Thursday, 27 October 2011

Food: Japanese Eats @ Taka & Somerset 313 (yummy pics!)

Hey there! I've been busy although it's a week off from school for the quarter break. We still have copious amounts of work to do and it's just painful thinking about it. I've actually really begun considering life and all it's aspects ever since the beginning of grade 11 and so taking into consideration all the things we don't really care or pay attention as a kid has already set in.

Anyway...my mom and I have been trying out more places around town and we've eaten at three japanese places recently but here are pics from two! The food at both were very good and reasonable priced. Presentation and taste wise all three outlets are fantastic A++

One is on the basement 2 at Somerset 313 and the other is called 'Tsuru-koshi" on the foodhall level of Ngee Ann city (takashimaya)...

Continue below for more pictures!!


At Somerset 313...amazing Japanese food! Fried chicken, rice paper rolls and meatballs w/fish shavings...
Nothing too special...stuffed with lettuce, cucumbers, tomatos and raddish...
Now...the gyozas (japanese dumplings) were awesome....
Nice and crispy on the bottom, just how I like it....
 



Stuffed with pork, mushrooms, cabbage and onions....


Giant can of beans I spotted along the way!!!



At Taka!! This place is opposite another great Japanese place (behind)...mom holding a deadly weapon.
Her hot udon with sweet beancurd skins....

Hot udon with mince pork and poached egg...for $5.90 soo good I tell you...
Very well done ebi tempura...super crispy

Close up of my gorgeous dinner!




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2 comments:

  1. VERY JEALOUS.
    UDON IS LOVEEEE!

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  2. @heartvsmind

    The food is quite awesome for a small outlet. Will definitely bring you when you come again!

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