Tetsuya’s serves lunch too! The menu is exactly the same as dinner, but it’s a bit easier to bring a child. It’s a really bad idea though, as we couldn’t have a single course in peace!
Tetsuya’s must be Sydney’s most famous restaurant. The French-Japanese restaurant is rated among the top in the world and was for a while one of the only Michelin 3 Star restaurants in Australia. It has enjoyed unanimous praise in reviews until a couple of years ago, when a few food critics complained that its signatureContinue reading “Review: Tetsuya’s”
Ella’s Patisserie is a small shop in Hurstville specialising in cheese and mousse cakes. It is very popular among the local people, but because of its secluded location is a bit of a neighborhood secret.
After what seemed like an eternity we finally saw civilisation again on the other side of Lamma Island. It was only late afternoon but the place was eerily deserted.
Tai O Markets, the real reason for so many HK city tourists visiting. For whatever reason, city folk who never visit their local markets love to travel for 2hrs to visit someone elses markets. Maybe the stuff here is better, who knows? But for sure, you won’t see as many smiles in a market anywhereContinue reading “Tai O Markets”
Just a bunch of misc pics from around Osaka, and things that didn’t fit anywhere else.
Tsurubashi Fuugetsu 鶴橋風月 is a large okonomiyaki chain in Japan. Okonomiyaki is sometimes referred to as Japanese-style pizza. It’s not. It’s nothing like pizza. Okonomiyaki is a mix of meat and chopped cabbages mixed into a batter and cooked on a hot top. When it is cooked, it is topped with “sauce” and mayonnaise, andContinue reading “Mini Review: Tsuruhashi Fuugetsu 鶴橋風月”
Uji 宇治 in Kyoto is famous for its teas. Its whole main street was full of shops for tea powders and tea related food and desserts. Even the matcha soft ice creams were decorated with extra matcha powder on top. We started at a cha-soba shop that was featured in a HK guide, but itContinue reading “Uji 宇治”