Ta Vie is a relatively new restaurant that joins the Michelin gang in Hong Kong. It’s is started by the Ex chef of Tenku Ryugin. That’s proabably why there’s a lot of attention once it’s opened. Continue reading
I seldom revisit restaurants again and again in Tokyo as I don’t live there, but Den is one of restaurant that I am willing to return. Even I might not be dining there on that trip, I would always love to make a visit to the restaurant, just to say hi to Zaiyu san. Continue reading
Nakamura is one of the best sushi shops that I have been to in Tokyo. Their sushi is smaller in size, but the fish and seafood are absolutely packed with amazing flavours. After one bite of sushi, the taste can go on and on in your mouth. Continue reading
Revisiting Sushi Mori again. Nothing much has changed, everything is still enjoyable. Some updates on photography. Continue reading
Easily one of the top ranking sushi shops in the city, Sushi Mori offers a wide range of rare fish on the menu freshly imported from Japan every afternoon.
Their latest branch opened along Caroline Hill Road in September 2013. Once you’ve stepped into the shop, you can tell they’re aiming for a more sophisticated dining environment over the original store. Continue reading
Authentic nigiri sushi in Japan doesn’t come cheap. A meal could be as ‘low’ as ¥ 8,000, to a wallet-busting ¥ 20,000 – or more. Even if money isn’t of a concern, it doesn’t mean you could casually arrive without advance booking. Continue reading