Saturday, May 9, 2009


Occassionally I'd treat myself to some Japanese food, not too often as they aren't easy on the wallet! Therefore I usually settle for cheaper decently-tasting fare at the malls nearby. The snapshots below are what I ordered from the Ichiban Sushi outlets here in Singapore, the tempura and gyoza nabe hotpot are from the AMK (Ang Mo Kio) Hub; and the salmon is from the Hougang mall outlet. Personally I thought the Hougang outlet has better tastes than AMK, probably because there are less crowds and I always visit during off-peak periods when the chef isn't so pressed to churn out orders haphazardly.

Ebi and yasai tempura. Was good! The prawns were fresh at least.

Gyoza (dumplings), chinese cabbage, tofu, chicken pieces and some other ingredients in nabe (hotpot). It was okay.

Ninniku salmon wazen. It also comes with chawanmushi and scallop salad.

1 comment:

debra@dustjacket said...

Oh that food looks so yummy! Really nice art too!