29 November 2010
28 November 2010
It's Chinatown food court time again. This time I try some Malaysian\Chinese at Asian Style Cuisine in Dixon House food court in Chinatown. Another gem. [CLOSED - MID 2012]
26 November 2010
Day four of our Japanese food fest: we eat our way from Fukushima to Himeji to Dotonbori. And survive a near lethal dose of Mister Donut.
25 November 2010
Special International Supermarkets of Mystery Edition ~ Deyi Green Double Cooked Pork Slices Instant Rice Meal
It's gourmet Evel Knievel time again. This time we try a mysterious Chinese instant long life meat product. And live to tell the tale...
23 November 2010
22 November 2010
We get super snacky and snappy happy in a depachika, a Japanese department store food hall. A depachika is a must for any gourmet traveller, not just for the amazing range of food, but for free samples! (Warning: huge bandwidth hog post - 80+ photos).
21 November 2010
19 November 2010
18 November 2010
Our quest to eat at every food court stall in Chinatown continues with some Singaporean Chinese at Yang's Asian Cuisine, Dixon House. [CLOSED - FOR LEASE SIGN SPOTTED APRIL 2012]
17 November 2010
We explode with delight on day 3 of our Osaka food-fest with mobile takoyaki, fresh seafood izakaya and, ahem, Japanese McDonalds.
15 November 2010
14 November 2010
13 November 2010
12 November 2010
We have a Japanese breakfast, check out some festival snackage, have a noodle bar lunch and discover the food porn that is fresh mochi.
10 November 2010
We learn that packet Japanese curry sauce has the stamp of approval from tops old Japanese ladies. Being the Evel Knievels of processed foods that we are, we give it a try.
09 November 2010
07 November 2010
05 November 2010
04 November 2010
03 November 2010
Our current fixation is Sydney's Chinatown foodcourts where our food obsessions were born. We plan to blog every stall in every food court, today we hit Dixon House Food Court for a random pick. [SHANGHAI FAST FOOD SADLY CLOSED - 2011]
02 November 2010
Joyously lost in the boondocks of Osaka...