It has been a long while since I last updated my blog. I aimed to clear my blog post before 2017, but seemingly I’ll need to postpone it to the year of chicken (Chinese New Year).
I didn’t update my blog in the past months mainly because I was helping on the launch of arry. arry is a ticketing system for some hard to reserve restaurants in Japan. Restaurants that arry works with includes Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten, Sushi Saito, Den, Sumibiyakiniku Nakahara (VIP counter seats that has not been open to public), Sushi Hashimoto (a sushi restaurant opened recently by the apprentice under Takaaki Sugita from Sushi Sugita, formerly known as Miyakozushi) and more to come.
Jimbocho Den is my to-go place in Tokyo, mostly because it has great service and good food. In this meal, I had quite some “classic” dish of Den DFC, the Tomato, Junsai and Passionfruit, Monaka etc… Continue reading →
Wagyu Takumi is a counter teppanyaki restaurant in Wanchai. Although the shop is named as Wagyu Takumi (the artisan of wagyu), it’s more like a French restaurant with Japanese influence instead of a place that specialises in Japanese beef. Continue reading →
Torishiki is the no. 1 yakitori place in Japan on tabelog. It’s a one star on the michelin guide. The reason why it’s so hard to get a reservation is because it’s fully packed with regulars. Continue reading →