Whenever I go to Japan I always wonder where do locals go for good, affordable sushi? I finally found one place in Ginza that answered my question.
Previously published on February 22, 2106. The most devastating part about losing a year of my posts were all my posts on Osaka and Tokyo. I managed to recover this one so I will start reconstruction with this which also happened to be one of my favorite sushi places in Tokyo. I highly recommend anyone going toContinue reading “Tokyo: Lunch at Sushi Iwa Ginza 鮨 いわ”
This was originally published on 7/15/2015. Are you tired of all my posts about Japanese food yet? I hope not because you have to try Oedo Japanese restaurant in Banawe, Quezon City.
I’ve heard so much about Chef Bruce’s tasting menu but I couldn’t find any one of my friends willing to go to Parañaque just to eat. I thank my new foodie friends who are willing to brave the traffic for good food. Most of them have eaten at Sensei Sushi several times yet they’re willingContinue reading “Tasting Menu at Sensei Sushi Bar”
When we were in Balesin Beach Club we didn’t eat at Sakura by Edo San because my friend didn’t have a good experience there. Luckily he changed his opinion and treated us to the branch at The City Club. Everyone in our big group enjoyed the food so much we ate there for two consecutiveContinue reading “Sakura by Edo-San at The City Club”
At the very last minute Rochelle decided she wanted to watch Wicked and even though I already watched it in San Francisco several years ago I agreed to go with her. We got tickets to the second to the last show. Before the show we went to Tanabe for a super early dinner. It wasContinue reading “Tanabe Japanese Restaurant in Malate”
I enjoyed Kitsho’s king crab leg hot pot so much Jin suggested I try Toki’s oyster hot pot. Toki is located above McDonald’s across S & R at The Fort.
My friend Frannywanny and her hubby Paul now live in Singapore. They come back to Manila from time to time and Jinlovestoeat and I try to meet up with them whenever Fran can fit us in their super tight schedule of non-stop eating and meet ups. Such is the life of an in demand food blogger.
We’ve been eating Japanese food non-stop in Hong Kong. Our last Japanese meal was at Watami a Japanese owned international restaurant chain with more than 600 branches in Japan and more than 50 around the world. There are two branches of Watami in Manila.
The people in Melbourne sure love sushi! I saw many, many stores selling hand rolls filled with all kinds of fillings. The most popular store seemed to be sushi sushi since I saw several branches around the CBD.