I can only say I’m quite blessed that my office is at such a prime location. Previously I’ve introduced Botan, which is a stone’s throw away from where I work. Then recently I tried out Yuki Onna, and it was goooood! While the food is a little pricey (unless you typically spend >$15 on lunch), I vouch the freshness is worth the price to pay!! Continue reading “Yuki Onna”
I was turned down once at the door because I didn’t make reservation beforehand. So I learned my lesson, made the reservation, and finally made the first visit to the humble restaurant at Wisma Atria! Continue reading “Osaka Kitchen”
As part of #SweetSaturday series (note to self: please put up a Master Tags post!), I also want to share recipes! 🙂 The Osmanthus & Wolfberry Jelly is something which is hassel-free, but always very well received. It’s a perfect sweet ending to meals, and taste really refreshing during hot weathers! With that hint of red and ‘shimmer’, it’s also a auspicious looking dessert, suitable to dish out for the upcoming Chinese New Year!
Following my post last week, I’m back with a part two on my list of favourite Japanese restaurants here in Singapore! 🙂 Continue reading “My Favourite Japanese Restaurants (Part 2)”
As part of the #SweetSaturday series, let me introduce to you an authentic Butler Cafe at Tokyo!
It was my friend’s first time visiting Tokyo last year, and I thought it’ll be fun to go to themed cafe. I’ve already been to an owl cafe and a Sailormoon themed pop-up cafe, so I suggested to go to a butlers cafe this time! We did some research online and settled for Swallowtail. Continue reading “Swallowtail Butlers Cafe”
I love this cosy and humble restaurant. The food served here is fresh, and the master himself is so sincere and attentive. Just a brief personal encounter with the master to share. I went there for a meal alone during lunch time. As you would expect, it was rather busy during lunch hours and the staff were all attending to others. I was sat at the bar and was slightly upset that I couldn’t get the servers’ attention to fill my tea.
Left: prawn and chilli linguine, garlic and rocket JPY 1400 (approx. SGD 17)
Right: ricotta hotcakes, fresh banana and honeycomb butter JPY 1500 (approx. SGD 18.50)
bills at Omotesando is one of the popular brunch places at the heart of Tokyo. bills first opened in Australia, at Sydney’s Darlinghurst. Despite going Sydney twice, I’ve missed the chance of going to bills. I thought I shouldn’t miss it again at Tokyo, so I gave it a try! Continue reading “bills at Omotesando, Tokyo”