Review: Monjayaki and Yakisoba at Sakura Tei

For the last two months, I have been hammering home that Tokyo is far and away the gourmet capital of the whole wide world. The reason that I hold Tokyo in such high regard is this – They have all kinds of great food everywhere at any price point. You don’t get that variety anywhere else in…

Review: Papparich

I am sure that everyone who loves food would no doubt be familiar with the masterful documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi by David Gelb, where Gelb carefully follows the routine of Jiro Ono, commonly regarded as the best sushi master on the planet. Just right before the climax of the scene (28:00), where Jiro goes on a passionate…

Review: Sing Kee Dai Pai Dong

There are many reasons why I write about the meals I eat. Sometimes I write because I had a meal so exciting and fantastic that I simply must share with you. Other times, I write to share with you about hidden gems in lesser explored regions of our city (see Little Kitchen); places where only experts and well connected individuals…