Category: Japanese

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Genzui Ramen Bar (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

If you are looking for an affordable, delicious and huge serving ramen in Auckland CBD then this is your best bet, Genzui Ramen Bar. I accidentally discovered this one day when I was craving...

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Japanese Cheesecake

Japanese Cheesecake is a type of cheesecake created in Hakata, Japan by Tetsushi Mizokami in 1985 in an establishment called Hanajam on Oyafukou Street. Tetsushi Mizokami, has a rich restaurant and career journey, when...

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Airline Food – Hong Kong Airlines

During the days when I visit Hong Kong my preferred airline of choice from the Philippines was Cathay Pacific because during those days, late 90s and early 2000s their planes was the first one...

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Ginga Restaurant (Brisbane, Australia)

There are a lot of places to dine in the South Bank area of Brisbane, so many it will take you months just to try them all. I had my fair share of dining...

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Yoshinoya (Sheung Wan, Hong Kong)

The first Yoshinoya I tried was in Hong Kong, I only tried the Japan one earlier this year and there are big differences between the two, like how other fast food chains operate globally...

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Seaweed Salad

Seaweed Salad is a type of Japanese cold salad made with wakame seaweeds, carrots and sesame seeds dressed in miso sesame oil vinaigrette. Its crispy, slimy, sweet, savoury, definitely a delicious salad filled with...

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Can-teen (Admiralty, Hong Kong)

This was my hood before as it was very near to the third place where I lived in Hong Kong, Wing Fung St. Admiralty specifically Pacific Place is just around 15 minutes walk from...

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Japanese Cream Stew

Cream stew is a popular Japanese dish usually found in family style restaurants, in fact it was so popular I seen this a lot of times when we had our vacation in Japan early...

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Ramen Lab (North Shore City, New Zealand)

It’s been six months since our Japan trip and I am so missing that beautiful country already, the places, the scenery, the people and the food, everything was perfect for us. It’s a dream...