Lunch at Wasabi at Taipei 101

While walking around Taipei 101 the day before we noticed the long lines in front of Wasabi. We took a look at the food and immediately made reservations for lunch. We made sure we were hungry when we conquered Wasabi. Weekday lunch buffet cost NT$648 or P922 or US$20. Buffet included a wide, wide arrayContinue reading “Lunch at Wasabi at Taipei 101”

Lunch at Yakiniku Senri

We celebrated Andrew’s birthday at Yakiniku Senri, a Japanese/Korean restaurant specializing in grilled meats. I’ve featured several yakiniku restaurants in Manila and Hong Kong and Yakiniku Senri is my favorite. It had the best tasting beef and all the other dishes were excellent too. The prices were also reasonable specially when compared to the onesContinue reading “Lunch at Yakiniku Senri”

Dinner at Seryna & Little Tokyo

I’ve heard of Little Tokyo in Makati but I’ve never been there. It’s the same for most of my friends. When it was time for birthday girls Jennie and Florence to treat the group we decided to have dinner at Seryna. Seryna is part of Little Tokyo but it’s just outside the Japanese Torii gateContinue reading “Dinner at Seryna & Little Tokyo”

Dinner at Yakiniku Gyukura

More than half the restaurants in iSquare in Tsim Sha Tsui are Japanese. You can find bread, pasta, tonkatsu, ramen to shabu shabu and sukiyaki and the prices range from affordable to expensive. I featured Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki where we had our fill of eat all you can shabu shabu. This timeContinue reading “Dinner at Yakiniku Gyukura”

Cafe Key West at iSQUARE

We tried another restaurant at the newest mall in Tsim Sha Tsui called iSQUARE. Cafe Key West is very similar to Pokka Cafe and UCC Cafe. These are all restaurants of popular coffee brands from Japan. They sell their own brand of coffee called Key Coffee. Their menu was typical of a Japanese coffee shop.Continue reading “Cafe Key West at iSQUARE”

Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki

We walked around iSQUARE and checked out all the restaurants that were already opened. As soon as we peeked in this restaurant we knew we wanted to try it out. The next night we went back and had dinner in Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki without fully understanding what we were up against. SureContinue reading “Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki”

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka at iSQUARE

We were thrilled to see that the new mall near where we live was finally opened. The site used to be the Hyatt Regency Hotel and after years of construction it is now iSQUARE, a 31-storey high shopping mall. It has an approximately 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2) retail space area for shopping and entertainment.Continue reading “Hokkaido Ramen Santouka at iSQUARE”

Lunch at Azabu Sabo

We had lunch at a new Japanese restaurant in Hankow road. Azabu Sabo (HK site in Chinese and Singapore site in English) is a casual dining Japanese restaurant which specializes in dessert and ice cream as well as traditional snacks and quick meals. Azabu Sabo’s history from the Singapore site A wall of fake plasticContinue reading “Lunch at Azabu Sabo”

Lunch Buffet at Inagiku Japanese restaurant

I’ve already featured Inagiku before but the pictures I took then were awful. I think they’re better now. Inagiku at Makati Shangri-la has the one of the best Japanese buffets in town but they only have it on weekends. They definitely have the best selection of sushi I’ve ever eaten. I only eat cooked sushiContinue reading “Lunch Buffet at Inagiku Japanese restaurant”