Chinese Cuisine | Japanese

Running Sushi

By on January 15, 2012

How many plates (mini-plates) can we finish when we pig out at a running sushi restaurant? I would always lost count. These three could put up a tower every time and it’s really worth what I pay for. The various dishes and desserts served at running sushis are very wide…they always want to try each […]

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Dessert | Desserts | Japanese

Aka Daifuku

By on June 16, 2011

– I think I’m craving for mochi that’s why I brought this aka (red) daifuku last time I was at the Japanese foodshop. Daifuku literally means great luck…but of course I don’t buy this for that. I’m never a believer of luck, whether bad or good. . Daifuku is a type of Japanese cake made […]

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Akakiko | Japanese


By on April 21, 2011

If you frequent this blog and my other blog, you probably know who Kuya O is. If not, let me introduce him again. Kuya O was a highschool senior when I was a freshman, he was the head of the whole school, so to speak, he holds the position of Student Council Chairman. He was […]

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Eat-all-you can | Japanese

May Lee (Part 2)

By on April 3, 2011

Tamagoyaki, sake and ebi sushi, sake and kappamaki Finally found these photos. I had a previous review of the place and partly of the food in May Lee, an Asian restaurant serving Japanese and Chinese dishes. It’s too obvious how I love Japanese food, I often feature them here whenever I can…and because I often […]

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