This super tiny, elongated sushi restaurant is one fine place for sushi in Fukuoka. The restaurant is so small that you will need to squeeze a bit if someone at the end of the hallway need to use the washroom. But this didn’t bother me to enjoy a nice sushi meal. Continue reading
Right opposite to the famous tonkatsu place, Butagumi, there’s Miyazono. If you don’t have the energy to fit yourself into one of those famous sushi places in Japan, this should be an easy place to score a reservation. Continue reading
Many asked how I could score a reservation at the bucket-list restaurant Sukiybashi Jiro Honten for quite a few times, and with Jiro Ono san there serving sushi. To be honest, the quickest and most convienent way for me Continue reading
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.
It was a blessing to be able to meet the legendary chef again this summer. Their summer menu has been my favourite menu. Continue reading
When I first learnt that Mizutani San is retiring this year, I finally made up my mind to pay a visit. Many friends of mine didn’t enjoy their meal at Mizutani and so I was hesitant to go all these years. Turns out my first visit here (and the last visit) was remarkable. Continue reading