With so many dining options at Sands Cotai right next to Sheraton Macao Hotel we didn’t need to go anywhere else to eat.
There’s so many new restaurants in Bonifacio Global City and I don’t think I’ll ever catch up and get to try them all. Take it one restaurant at a time, Grasshopper.
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.
I’ve passed by Ootoya Japanese restaurant (right beside Imperial Hotel on Nathan Road) so many, many times I never thought of trying it. I thought it was a very expensive restaurant. I was wrong.
On my last trip to Hong Kong I went on an udon eating spree. I’ve tried Jika Udon and Marugame Udon which both had the more traditional thick udon wheat flour noodles. This time the specialty was thin Inaniwa Udon from Akita, Japan.
A relatively new addition to iSquare’s roster of restaurants is Marugame Seimen, a popular udon chain from Japan.
While Manila is basking in the influx of ramen shops I’m happy to report that Hong Kong has seen the light and is starting to open udon restaurants.
Before only travelers to Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore can eat authentic specialties from around the world. Now more and more foreign food outlets are setting up branches in Manila. I can’t help but think we’re really on our way to having a tiger economy. Go Philippines! The latest import to the country is GinzaContinue reading “Ginza Bairin Philippines”
Eating fast food in a mall is not exactly on my list when I go abroad but Deb assured me Hanaichi was better than your regular fast food fare.
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.