guess we can really feel "singapore winter" is coming cos rainy season is here. it rain almost everyday (even now..super big rain). so we really need to eat some warm food to "warm" our stomach. Shabu-shabu and steamboat is definitely one of them. i fell in love with steamboat n shabu shabu when i went taiwan many years bk. i love the thinly sliced pork that u dip into the pipping hot soup and then eat it with yummy special sauce!this time round we had shabu shabu at Shabuya - VIVO city. apparently they ... read more »
YJ came bk for a short break and we had a date to try out the ramen king! the japanese restaurant is quite famous and is often seen with long queue outside during lunch hours.Keisuke Tonkotsu King1 Tras Link 01-19Orchid HotelS 078867the place is rather small and we only managed to get the counter seats. the ramen price is also very reasonable. on average is about 15 bucks. you can also customised the ramen (hard, normal or soft), the soup based (normal or extra spicy), less oil or more oily..etcthe char ... read more »
i m thinking if i should blog on curry fish head first or my ramen cravings on sat lol. but i decided to blog on the latter cos later i am going to have Ramen again..yum yum. this time i m going to Q for the king of Ramen lol. wish me luck ..yum yum.
so this menya musashi actually is quite famous for their Red, White and Black Ramen. The white one is their original ramen, Redrepresents spicy and their black is their famousgarlic ramen. There are 2 types of ramen. One is dried ones which is servedtogethe... read more »
this time we challenge ourselves to buffet for a change this time (to celebrate Hazyham's birthday) ! it was really fun, we had "tonnes" of sushimi to make the money worthwhile!the buffet for dinner is about 31 bucks which comes up to 74 bucks after the "++". the food is pretty much the same as lunch which i blogged before.=)
the salmon sashimi and the clam meat ( we guess is abalone? lol)...is really fresh. we had many servings of such..even took the salmon belly too!is really good
other food we too... read more »
heard alot of raves about Ramen @ Marutama.i even thought of putting it as my last good meal before my wisdom tooth extraction..but then again, timing doesnt turn out well so..nevermind, LuffLuff brought me there for lunch.The broth is cooked using chicken bones which is quite similar to the one in Manila except Marutama's ramen is much thinner ( like wanton noodles). the standard Marutama ramen comes with a piece of char siu and u can choose to add additional toppings like aijituke tamago (japanese soft... read more »
Hey guys! Guess what just came in the mail???? More skin care products! I'm excited to try them hehe. This time they're from Mario Badescu. There's like eight things here right now, oh my gosh I don't want to wait to try them ;; but I'm using the Tatcha right now and I don't want to upset my skin -boo boo ;;- Nothing else has shown up yet, it's so weird, I thought this would be the last thing to come. I wish my lip balm was here already :(. This weekend, we (the editors) went out to the Chinatown distric... read more »
Japanese hotpot at Ganso-Shabuway.
Last week, we were invited to try Ganso-Shabuway, a Japanese style hotpot restaurant in Greenbelt 5.
Usual Japanese food staples include sushi and sashimi, but Ganso-Shabuway gives you a different twist on this cuisine. They offer shabu-shabu, which literally translated means "swish swish" pertaining to the movement and sound of how you cook the meat in the hotpot.
Ganso-Shabuway promises diners premium quality meat and ingredients that would make for a great, simpl... read more »
Tokyo Jihen broke up earlier this year with a final EP and tour that reached many millions of people the world over via cinema broadcasts, DVD and Blu-ray and on that note you'd think they'd be done. But here we are with the second compilation this year following the somewhat pointless Tokyo Collection. Shinyawaku is therefore perhaps greeted with a wary glance in either direction but all is not as it seems as Seba Rashii Culture discovers...Album Review//Tokyo Jihen - Shinyawaku
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Next toThe Phantom of the Opera, the most pleasant surprise of last week would be the meal we had at Teriyaki Boy.
Teriyaki Boy's Crunchy Salmon Salad
Believe it or not, we never eat at Teriyaki Boy. This was because of a not so great experience years back at the then newly opened franchise in the south. It's been a long while since, and its proximity to CCP (yes, this was the meal I had the night I watched Phantom) prompted us to try their food again. I must say, we were all wonderfully surprised.
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With the economy the way it is, it seems like everyone is cutting back and trying hard not to spend money aimlessly on things. I think this is great. This is something that many people have needed to do for years now. But with so many blogs out there filled with all types of money saving tips, which I too will share, there comes a point where you feel guilty buying something that you truly want or enjoy, but you need to know, it’s ok to splurge every now and then.One of my favorite dishes on the menu was... read more »