Le Binchotan is proof you don’t need to be smack in the middle of a high foot-traffic location for your business to thrive.
That Tochigi grade A5 wagyu ribeye.
The aesthetically pleasing crockery and industrial-chic furniture are sure to make this place popular on social media with flat lays and such, but the tantalising and reasonably-priced food is my reason for being a returning customer.
It’s been nearly a year since our dinner at Bincho, and it seemed like an appropriate time for another omakase dinner. Incidentally, I saw a Facebook post by DSTLLRY, a… Read more “An omakase dinner at DSTLLRY”
On a previous trip to Hong Kong, a friend recommended I check out the then-recently opened Yardbird. I first went there on my birthday and it’s one of… Read more “Yardbird – still something to crow about”
During our trip to Paris in May this year, we were planning a visit to the Musée du Louvre and Jardin des Tuileries. Many travel and lifestyle… Read more “Amazing udon in Paris at Sanukiya”
Probably the only ramen shop in Singapore using dried sardines from Japan in its broth.
Tucked in a corner of an already under-visited shopping mall, Kilo is a casual restaurant-bar within 7,500 square feet of an emporium at Orchard Central called PACT. The… Read more “Lunching at Kilo at Pact”
Before my secondment in Sydney, I took Pris to dinner at Hakumai Sushi & Omakase. I’d been there for a team lunch earlier in the week, and was… Read more “Dinner at Hakumai”
Last evening, a few coworkers from the Text100 Sydney office and I took a train from our office in North Sydney to Chinatown, where we had dinner… Read more “Dinner at Ramen Ikkyu”