The cheese flavor seems to be embedded on the chicken skin and there’s no Parmesan cheese “powder” in taste. I thought at first I was going to eat chicken wings that are mixed with parmesan cheese powder. So surprisingly, it wasn’t the case.
It is one of those restaurants that you would hardly ever notice. If you’re looking for high quality sushi, Tokyu Sushi Bar isn’t for you. Tokyu’s budget price for sushi platters are extremely cheap, brought down to the lowest possible price but of course you can’t expect much. But it’s a quick sushi fix and I don’t expect you to spend a lot of time in this restaurant too.
Sundubu Jigae has a thick broth filled with soft tofu, clams, ground pork, and squid. Every sip of this thick stew should fill your tummy well. If you’re on a tight budget, I highly recommend you to order this Jigae, one cup of rice, and eat their Kimchi Banchan and you’re all set.
A closer look on it reveals the soft shell crab embedded in every maki in the Soft Shell Crab Roll. Nearly every table in the restaurant ordered one because it’s not one dish to be missed. It’s a must must order!
Whistlestop never again.
Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen must be a product of commercialization already ~ where the noodles and broth are mass produced to accommodate demand and finally lose its quality
Trader Joe’s Speculoos Cookie Butter has to be the most popular cookie butter there is, and easily the brand that gets sold out very quickly. In some states, you can’t buy more than 2 or 3 cookie jars. Don’t go hoarding. It comes in two varieties: Creamy and Crunchy. Creamy is much more refined than Crunchy. But if you like nipping on sweets, crunchy is something that’s a clear winner for the sweet tooth.
Katsu Cafe’s Pork Tonkatsu Set comes with unlimited rice, a side salad, miso soup, and of course the star, Pork Tonkatsu. This is also available in Chicken Tonkatsu Set as well as Jumbo Prawn Katsu Set. Their Tonkatsu is made of special Japanese Panko breading that’s very crunchy and delicious, yet keeps the meat moist inside.
This ramen chain started in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan back in March 1988, where the owner Hitoshi Hatanaka decided to create the best ramen for his family, after eating a bad ramen experience. They started small, with only Shio Ramen as the focus of their menu. Soon, Santouka’s Ramen traveled around Japan with their signature Toroniku Char Siu pork as the star of their ramen.