Food – Japanese


Menya Musashi - Worth To Queue For The Coveted Ramen?

Good news for ramen lovers! Menya Musashi, one of Japan’s most highly rated ramen shop, has arrived to Singapore. Menya Musashi is featured on Japanese television frequently for its famous ramen, and its most popular branch at Shinjuku keeps packing in the crowd. (My verdict of the Menya Musashi main outlet at Shinjuku Tokyo here.) We do not have to buy an air ticket to try this, and the newly opened shop at Raffles City has also attracted many ramen fans to queue for a coveted bowl. The shop’s name comes from famous Edo-era swordsman Miyamoto Musashi, and operates......

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Minoriya - No kidding. Japanese Ala-Carte Buffet at $17 Nett

Minoriya – No kidding. Japanese Ala-Carte Buffet at $17 Nett

Minoriya means Harvest House, and this will probably give you an indication of the variety of food items in this Japanese ala-carte buffet restaurant. There is a total of 98 choices, ranging from sashimi, sushi, temaki, makimono, ippinmono (appetizer), itamemono (pan-fried), agemono (deep-fried), yakimono (grilled), gohan, noodles and soups....

July 27, 2011
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[Closed] Fisherman’s Market – New Japanese Seafood Buffet Restaurant Comes To Singapore

[Closed] Fisherman’s Market – New Japanese Seafood Buffet Restaurant Comes To Singapore

To readers: Fisherman’s Market has ceased operations, and been replaced with another Japanese buffet restaurant Chiso Zanmai Buffet-hungry Singaporeans will rejoice at the opening of this new seafood buffet restaurant at Clarke Quay Central. Fisherman’s Market is an “all you can eat” restaurant featuring a variety of seafood prepared...

July 15, 2011
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