Cheesecake, ice-cream and banana smothered in fresh cream and caramel, all wrapped in a freshly-made, warm crepe. Died (from diabetes) and went to dessert heaven with this Harajuku baby.
Super Sanger at Burnt Ends. The pulled pork shoulder, coupled with the tangy coleslaw and chipotle sauce was a winner.
I think (if I am remembering right!) this was some beef at Burnt Ends as well. I only recall that it was delish!
Red kakuni ramen at Menya Musashi. Mmmm…
Duck confit at Pidgin. I don’t even like duck (grey meat; long necks – ewww), but this was pretty stellar. Skin was perfectly crackly too!
The humble Sushi Tei, and one of my go-to places for easy and decent Japanese.
More sashimi, this time from Akashi at Orchard Parade Hotel.
Steamboat at home!
Tea for three at The Audacious Cakery at Everton Park. Wasn’t bad, but wasn’t outstanding. The blueberry cheesecake was the best of the lot, imho. I like how the cakes come in mini sizes though – so cute! The cafe is really small and chill too, which was nice.
In a slightly hidden bar/pub in Hong Kong (the name escapes me!), near Lan Kwai Fong.
At a restaurant in Narita Airport. enroute to Chitose.
Set dinner, including the famous handmade duck soba noodles at Rakuichi in Niseko.
Super fresh sashimi at a restaurant in Niseko (that for the life of me, I cannot recall the name of, sorry!).
Appetisers to start at Moritaya, which is near the Palace Hotel (and hence the palace, haha) in Tokyo. This was before the mad amount of kurobuta pork and wagyu was ate with the shabu shabu and sukiyaki that followed…
Divine burnt miso ramen at Gogyo in Roppongi. Only other branch is in Kyoto. I dare say one of the best ramen I’ve had the chance to have!
My packed lunch is better than yours…enroute to Shigakogen in Nagano for some snowboard action!
Prime roast beef at The Royal Mail.