Come and get a California Roll at Kabuki Restaurant and celebrate the International Sushi Day
Try some these unique premium quality ice-cream which is Imported from Japan. It is also very healthy so it is very good for your health too:))
Hong Kong franchise Small Potatoes Ice Creamery, specializing in Japanese purple potatoes (yam) soft serve ice cream, has opened at Novena Square 2.
The kiosk is at the basement next to Coffee Hive, and soft serve come in two basic flavours – Japanese purple potatoes from Kumamoto, and Japanese sea salt.
Toppings include caramel popcorn, crispy rice (that was not too crispy), green tea or soy bean warabi mochi, shiramata, azuki beans, purple yam sticks, and Japanese red bean Dorayaki pancake.
Small Potatoes Ice Creamery
10 Sinaran Drive, Square 2, B1-131 Singapore 307506 (Novena MRT)
Tel: +65 6352 2661
Open: 11am – 10pm Daily
There are 16 restaurants in total and you can eat from $10. If you are crazy about Japanese food, head on down to Wisma Atria in July!
Tantalising teppan and tapas that won’t break the bank. Whether celebrating with friends and family or dining alone, this is a great place to chill while ogling the sizzling meats on the grill.
Check out the review by Derrick of SGfoodonfoot for ratings and recommendations.
From now until 31 July, you have a chance to Catch ’em all at the Pokemon Popup Cafe in Bugis Junction. Well, that is, if you are a die-hard fan willing to wait out the queue. Opening day saw waiting times of up to 5 hours! If that doesn’t make you go “Pika! Pika!”, then come check out the latest character cafe’s food and merchandise.
There are 3 reasons why people love Japanese buffets so much. One, we are allowed to publicly showcase our greed without being judged because everyone else is doing the same (ie: piling our plates up with beef or making endless trips back to the sashimi stand). Two, Japanese buffets serve as a great value for money deal (you get to eat as much as you think you deserve to pay for). Lastly, we go to buffets to enjoy an endless flow of our favourite Japanese dishes without worrying too much about the price.
Welcoming Japanese Pastry Chef and Cook Book author Ms Akiko Nishiyama as a culinary instructor, we will organize “All about Cream Puff” class.