Food – Japanese


Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen - Tampopo's Ex-Chef Starts His Own At Serangoon Garden

When I took the first scoop of the Hajime’s Tonkatsu Ramen ($14.90), I thought ”How come taste like Tampopo like that?”. Turns out that Chef Tan-San who is helming Hajime’s Kitchen was the founding Chef of Tampopo. Hajime is the Japanese word for “beginning” (初め) and the short form for “Hajimemashite”, which means “Nice to meet you”. With over 25 years of experience, Hajime’s Chef Tan-San’s journey began after a stint in Japan, and subsequently returned to helm the kitchen of Tonkichi and then Tampopo. Some of his ‘creations’ include Tampopo’s Kurobuta Pork Tonkatsu and Tonkatsu Ramen. So the......

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Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima 新宿割烹 中嶋 – Probably The Cheapest Michelin Star Meal In Tokyo

Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima 新宿割烹 中嶋 – Probably The Cheapest Michelin Star Meal In Tokyo

Nakajima is probably the cheapest Michelin star meal you can get at Tokyo, Japan. This is how affordable it can get. A lunch set is priced at 800 Yen (SGD$9.90, USD$7.40), and we are talking about one of the most expensive cities in the world. Finding this restaurant...

April 13, 2016
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