Ask a local where to go for a casual yakitori meal in Tokyo and they would probably point you to Torikizoku. It is arguably one of the biggest yakitori chain in Japan and there are outlets everywhere.
It is almost impossible to not locate a Torikizoku in Central Tokyo; just in Shinjuku alone, there are more than 5 outlets. That they see queues every single night at every outlet speaks of their massive popularity and there is every reason to love Torikizoku.
It is undisputedly the best name to trust when you want a casual, fuss-free, authentic local izakaya experience in Tokyo. And the best part? You won’t have to break the bank for a meal at Torikizoku; everything on the menu—including alcohol—is priced at only ¥298 each. Most of the branches open till 5am daily; you know where to go when you are feeling hungry at night!
Everyone thinks of cha chaan teng when it comes to casual dining in Hong Kong. For the uninitiated, cha chaan teng is a no-pretense, fuss-free local eatery in Hong Kong that serves comfort food at affordable prices. These local diners are everywhere in Hong Kong and you will always find locals dining in those nondescript outlets.
A cha chaan teng is not known for service, unfortunately. It is really a place where you eat and go, or do a few quick readings of your newspapers. That said, the essence lies in savouring a moment of local delicacy amidst the humdrum of the city life.
A trip to Hong Kong is not complete without eating at Cha Chaan Teng. Here is our guide to the best cha chaan teng in Hong Kong that we can always count on for a good local meal.
As the trend of Korean culture continues to rise in Singapore over the recent few years, Korean food has become a big part of our daily lives. You can find plenty of Korean restaurants and marts all over the country, with Korean-everything that we all love.
Binggrae is a popular food brand in South Korea and their desserts are especially delicious. Ever since we tried their Pangtoa Blueberry Ice Cream Cake and Mango Bingsu, we have been big fans of their creations. The Pangtoa Red Velvet Ice Cream Cake with Cream Cheese and Green Tea Flavoured Ice Cream With Sweetened Red Bean Paste in Fish-Shaped Wafer are just two of the many colourful dessert products in Binggrae’s extensive line.
The best part about these ice cream products is its inexpensive price tag. You can easily grab one of these in Shine Korea, Hao Mart, Sol Mart and selected provision shops islandwide and enjoy them in the comfort of your home after a hearty dinner.
Here’s what we love about the newest additions—Red Velvet Ice Cream Sandwich and fish-shaped Matcha Waffle.
There are countless people in the world who admire the brilliance of Japanese food culture and there is no reason why anyone should not be. In Japan, food is not something to be taken lightly; farmers are extremely attentive to their crops, chefs are particular about their culinary techniques and the country is at the top of the game when it comes to innovative food technologies.
The increase of importance placed on Japanese food products has made it crucial for all restauranteurs and F&B professionals to keep up with the latest seasonal ingredients, innovative products, and new-to-market brands if they want to stay relevant in the industry. And there is no better place to do that than Food Japan 2017, which runs from 26 to 28 Oct 2017 at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre Halls 401-402.
The sixth edition of Food Japan is where visitors can expect over 200 exhibitors offering 3,000 food-related products. As ASEAN’s biggest Japanese food and beverage event, Food Japan 2017 will focus on Functional Food and Elder Care Food amongst a myriad of authentic Japanese ingredients and food, masterclasses, unique products and specialties from over 37 Japanese prefectures.
Although this is primarily a trade show, Japan Food 2017 will open its doors to members of the public on the third day of the event (28 Oct). This is one Japanese F&B Fair which you do not want to miss out on! READ ON
For many, the month of October is presumably more hectic in terms of managing our finances as we are all gearing up for the year-end festivities and potential travel plans. As such, we tend to avoid overspending by indulging less in restaurant meals and the like.
Lucky for us, currently buzzing in Singapore is honestbee FOOD, an on-demand food delivery service that aims to make sure that we will always have access to amazing food.
In the month of October, as part of their ‘HONESTLY SHIOK!’ promotion, honestbee FOOD delivery will be partnering up with 41 food merchants to offer signature dishes from notable names such as Poulet, Miam Miam, District 10 and A-One Claypot House at up to 50% off!
This deal is exclusive to honestbee FOOD delivery only, and just think, all your favourite foods at just a margin of the cost—delivered right to your doorstep? Trust us, you will not be able to find better prices out there.
Offering a whopping seven live food theatres as well as an extensive array of local and international delicacies, Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore rarely ever disappoints.
Seeing as to how much diners fell head over heels for these wonderful creations over this past few months, Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore has decided to extend this lunch promotion to 10 November 2017.
From now until 10 November 2017, our readers can continue to quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making reservations to enjoy this glorious new lunch promotion for two at S$90 nett (actual price: S$122.41) from Mondays to Fridays.
If you enjoyed yourself the first time then here is your chance to return for more of the good stuff. If you haven’t tried, what are you waiting for?
Yat Lok is one of the most famous roast goose restaurants in Hong Kong but does it really live up to its hype? This is one question that has been debated over and over again and sometimes.
The roast goose institution sits on Stanley Street in Central Hong Kong and is infamous for their atrocious service. The group of staff is some of the most impatient and rudest around; you have been warned.
But people from all over the world still brave the “harsh treatment” for their roast goose. Would you do the same? Well, here’s what we think.
Since the restaurant’s grand opening this year, GINGER in PARKROYAL on Beach Road has never failed to delight our taste buds with the best crustacean buffet that is infused with local and regional flavours.
Famed for its stellar seafood creations using only premium ingredients, GINGER’s new ‘A Clawsome Lobsters and Crabs Affair’ buffet lineup helmed by Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat is probably the best news all shellfish aficionados will receive this month—it features unlimited lobsters, crabs, salmon and river prawns!
Diners will get to enjoy an unbeatable spread of Pan-Fried River Prawns, Wok-Fried Crab In “Sacha Sauce”, Braised Crabs In Aged coconut and Stewed Lobster With Ginger in Superior Stock among others. You know Chef Low never fails to deliver.
And, to further entice you, GINGER is running a special promotion for all Ladyironchef readers. Simply quote “LICX42” when making reservations and this seafood feast is yours for only S$42++ per adult (U.P. S$58++) from now until 08 Dec 2017. This offer is valid for dinner daily and lunch on weekends. READ ON