Review: Sushi Kanesaka (Ginza Honten)

It had always been a dream of mine to have an omakase set meal in one of Tokyo’s vaunted sushi temples, but unfortunately, things were a lot more difficult than I expected. You see, booking a restaurant in Tokyo is a tricky ordeal, especially if you want to get into one of the more prestigious restaurants in…

Restaurant Review: Rhoda

It was just this week that I was discussing about the power of names with a friend of mine. You see, I believe that each individual name ultimately symbolises who we are and what we become; after all, we as humans are defined by our names. This applies to restaurants too, where the name of…

Review: Carbone

To quote the words of the great Thomas Keller, perfection can never be achieved, and I firmly believe that there is no such thing as a perfect meal. It exists solely in the realms of one’s imagination and dreams. But I do believe that there are dining experiences, near-perfect meals I call them, that inches…