January 23, 2005


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[ japanese food | 代々木・新宿・新大久保 ]

Felix@Peninsula Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui | Main | 古家庵@赤坂見附


hahaha! :D

Joan | January 26, 2005 06:04 AM

Such a dilemma, when I went back to HK, I had difficulty explaining things in Cantonese in the first week, then it all came back to me gradually, and now I have come back to Japan and have difficult explaining things in Japanese...

seat | January 25, 2005 07:32 PM

is it because you just went back to HK and speak Cantonese more than you usually do? ^^;;

Joan | January 25, 2005 03:36 AM

Oh the soaked seaweed gets heated up and its seaweed taste will go into the oyster lor. It is very nice la. The sashimi is very yummy too~~~ The scallop is so sweet!! The dumplings are not pork ones, but clam ones, so thought we would try try, very good too! It was the gourmet ML gathering la~~~Actually every dish is shared between only 3 people(another 3 members have the same thing on their table), and the grilled clams at the end is for 1 person. So it is quite a lot of food, and turned out quite expensive lor. Seafood is expensive in Japan anyway. But you can get this kind of food in HK la~~~~

Oh my, I use a lot of la~~~ lor~~~~nowadays....^^;;;

seat | January 25, 2005 12:40 AM

my god...oyster...oyster...and mixed sashimi!!! (strange that you'd care for dumpling when there're so many sashimi in front of you ^^lll) Wow 8000 yen per person, luxury~~

Freda | January 24, 2005 06:09 PM

wowow eat immediately once you go back to Japan huh! ^^;;
The oyster.....ahhhhh I wanna eat them too! How's it different with the seaweed yaki?

Joan | January 24, 2005 03:13 PM