Osechi is what eveyone would have for New Year day in Japan. It’s like turkey for Christmas. Continue reading
Located right next to Lake Yogo, Tokuyamazushi is a hotel restaurant that serves some uncommon Japanese cuisines. A beautiful place with stunning views. Nevertheless it might not be a place for first time Japan visitors. Continue reading
After I was struck by my experience in Kawamura, I thought it’s hard to find another steak place that I will really like in Tokyo and I wouldn’t have a strong desire to revisit other steakhouses. Continue reading
Satoshi F was one of my best meals in 2016. I loved it after my first visit and I believe Satoshi san will have a bright future ahead as a young talented chef.
I was lucky enough to catch the last glimpse of Satoshi F before it’s relocation to Tokyo. The new restaurant is now named as CHIUnE. Continue reading
If you are doing a food marathon in Kyoto, you will probably feel tried after all the kaiseki which serves the same ingredients in every restaurants. It’s always good to have alternatives other than kaiseki in Kyoto and Mishimatei is one of my options. Continue reading
Tucked away in one of the wealthiest neighbourhood in Tokyo, Narisawa is an experimental restaurant with Japanese cuisines. Nevertheless, I found it too adventurous for my likings. Continue reading