I went to Okinawa recently for a trip with my secondary school friend and here was our itinerary! HOTELS TO STAY AT 1) Okinawa Nahana Hotel & Spa A 15-minute drive away from the airport, this hotel was the first hotel we stayed at (room tour video below). The breakfast buffet here had an amazing … Continue reading 21 Things to do in Okinawa, Japan
Tamoya Udon has always been my go-to place for good and affordable udon and this time, they have launched curry udons! If you don't know yet, I can't eat spicy food at all and was so glad to find that the curry udons here are not spicy at all. The curry was just rich and … Continue reading Tamoya Udon @ Liang Court: Launch of Curry Udon dishes
Hana Restaurant has always been famous for their Instagram-worthy food like the flying noodles. Once again, they have impressed as the food taste as good as it looks. If you are dining at Hana, feel free to order anything from The Benjamins and they will serve it to you. Hana Restaurant - Mains A best seller … Continue reading Hana Restaurant x The Benjamins: Instagrammable Food, Drinks and Desserts
Today was the Grand Opening of Kakuida's Kurozu located at Icon Village. In Japan, people consume kurozu as part of their daily diets and Kakuida's Kurozu wants us Singaporeans to do the same for its health benefits. Many Japanese women even take kurozu as part of their daily beauty regime for a more radiant and spirited complexion, count … Continue reading Kakuida’s Kurozu @ Icon Village: Black Vinegar Infused Beverages, Donuts & Desserts!
Tamoya Udon, a popular udon noodle chain in Asia, has recently launched a new series of Tonkotsu specials. All of the dishes here are handmade on site and the ingredients are imported from Japan, making it so authentic. Made by boiling pork bones for hours, here are the reviews of the new series. 1) Tonkotsu … Continue reading Tamoya Udon @ Liang Court: New Tonkotsu Specials
It was the first time I've heard of this mall called myVillage at Serangoon Garden and in this place has a hidden gem - Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen. Just a little background of the chef: Chef Tan-San is actually a Singaporean who worked his way up to the chef he is today. In summary, he … Continue reading Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen @ myVillage: A Japanese Restaurant with no service charge
Sumire first opened in Tokyo in 2009 and currently, it has 70 stores in Japan and more stores in countries like Singapore, UK and USA. What does Sumire mean? The word "Smile" in Japan is actually pronounced as "Su-Mi-Le" and the President of Sumire fine-tuned the name to Sumire as he wants to promote that … Continue reading Sumire Yakitori House: Casual Japanese Restaurant made affordable
Niku Katsumata has launched a new Lunch Set Promotion that is for the fast-paced Singapore.
The places we visited when we were in Causeway Bay and we think you should too.
An Asian inspired restaurant-bar concept, serving tapas style food.