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Tag Archives: inari
This is so great. I don’t have to queue for this at the Takashimaya basement any more. A great Japanese food option at IMM and I love the mini udon option for S$4.
The first clue that the food here is authentic? The place was filled with Japanese patrons. I hardly see any Japanese patrons at the other Singapore chain outlets. The second of course – the taste. The inari sushi here was … Continue reading
I have been craving for the inari sushi I had in Osaka and I was so excited to find that the one I had at Genki Sushi comes very very close. The difference is in the quality of the sweet … Continue reading
I wanted to enjoy this meal. I really did. But the ramen broth had the strongest taste of bamboo. I ordered the mini tonkotsu ramen. As you know, bamboo is on my list of foods I don’t care for. But … Continue reading
I was hankering for the simple kitsune udon I had at Osaka, and Ichiban Boshi has a good enough version that comes in a smaller half bowl portion (S$4.90). It’s not the healthy kind of sushi but I do love … Continue reading
Among the little restaurants at Shokutsu10 on the Basement 1 level of Nex, this restaurant called Shimbashi Soba looked appealing with it’s freshly made buckwheat soba. There’s another outlet at Paragon. The Tempura Seiro cost a whopping S$17.80. The side … Continue reading