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Second Meal at Ryugin

Ryugin was supposed to be the highlight of our trip, but the service let us down significantly.

I wrote in 2014 that this was undoubtedly my favourite restaurant in the whole entire Japan. 322 more words


Hakodate: Fumoto

Probably one of the worst service in a Michelin-Starred restaurant, and that was all thanks to the lady boss of Fumoto and their serving speed. 465 more words


Hakodate: Tempura Tazawa

I’m guessing that Tazawa-san has been cooking tempura since he could held a frying pan because even our 60-year old okami at Wakamatsu Ryokan nodded agreeably when we told her that we were dining at Tempura Tazawa. 323 more words


Review: Chapter One, Dublin

This post has been a long time in the making but way back in early September last year we were holidaying in the gorgeous Republic of Ireland. 510 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Review: House at the Cliff House Hotel

You know when you’re really looking forward to something, everything you’ve seen and read backs up the fact you think you’re going to have a fantastic evening and then the actual experience is so odd that you end up being confused and underwhelmed? 800 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Lazy Bear: Fine Dining, Pop-Up Style

I know I’m going to run out of adjectives to describe this experience, so BEAR with me.  Lazy Bear is an underground restaurant in the Mission and an anagram of Chef David Barzelay’s last name.   341 more words


Noma, Copenhagen: "The Worlds Best Restaurant"

A couple of months ago when I was in Copenhagen with my friend Jill – we got the opportunity to dine at Noma. The name is a portmanteau of the two Danish words “nordisk” (Nordic) and “mad” (food). 756 more words