Dec 31, 2015

Food Hunting List: Hong Kong

Oh Hong Kong, how I have missed you.
Allow me to present to you #FoodHuntingListHK.

Dim Sum - Federal Palace (Maritime Square, Tsing Yi)
Dim Sum - Federal Palace (Maritime Square, Tsing Yi)

Beef Noodle - Kau Kee Restaurant (Gough Street, Central)
Beef Noodle - Kau Kee Restaurant (Gough Street, Central)
  • Order: Beef brisket bihun soup, curry beef tendon and brisket with thick noodle
  • Verdict: I liked the beef brisket mihun soup very much as the soup base tasted of beefy goodness and mihun absorbed all of them generously. Beef brisket was pretty lean, soft along with slight resistance. Curry beef noodle was too spicy, even to my Malaysian standard, and had more tendon than brisket.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/06/kau-kee-lan-kwai-fong.html

Classic HK Breakfast - 集興荼餐廳 (Tsuen Wan)
Classic HK Breakfast - 集興荼餐廳 (Tsuen Wan)

Egg Tart - Tai Cheong Bakery (Lyndhurst Terrace, Central)
Egg Tart - Tai Cheong Bakery (Lyndhurst Terrace, Central)

Roast Goose - Yung Kee Restaurant (Wellington Street, Central)
Roast Goose - Yung Kee Restaurant (Wellington Street, Central)

HK Milk Tea - Lan Fong Yuen (Gage Street, Central)
HK Milk Tea - Lan Fong Yuen (Gage Street, Central)

Egg Tart - Honolulu Coffee Shop (Stanley Street, Central)
Egg Tart - Honolulu Coffee Shop (Stanley Street, Central)

Polo Bun and HK Milk Tea - Kam Wah Cafe (Bute Street, Mong Kok)
Polo Bun and HK Milk Tea - Kam Wah Cafe (Bute Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Polo bun, HK milk tea
  • Verdict: Polo Yau could have been better with more evenly spread butter and glazed bun on both surfaces containing the bun. Texture wise, it was fluffy when it was served warm. HK milk tea was similar to both Lan Fong Yuen's and 集興荼餐廳's.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/07/food-hunting-Central-Mong-Kok.html

Wan Tan Mee - Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop (Parkes Street, Yau Ma Tei)
Wan Tan Mee - Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop (Parkes Street, Yau Ma Tei)
  • Order: Dumpling wan tan mee
  • Verdict: The texture of wan tan mee was very very very springy; the soup was very pure and I actually finished all the soup! Oh, that dumpling was really a jackpot. Crunchy and fresh, these people in Mak Man Kee were really generous!
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/07/food-hunting-Central-Mong-Kok.html

Dim Sum - Tim Ho Wan (Fuk Wing Street, Mong Kok)
Dim Sum - Tim Ho Wan (Fuk Wing Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Crunchy baked char siew pau, fresh prawn siew mai king, crystal har gao, beef ball, peanut and pork rib porridge, ma lai kuih, chee cheong fun with honey glazed char siew fillings
  • Verdict: You must try their crunchy baked char siew pau. Imagine the crunchy biscuit shattered into tiny little pieces as you sink your teeth in it and as your teeth sinks deeper, it reaches the generous, juicy and flavourful char siew fillings. It was simply heavenly!! Oh, their beef ball, siew mai, and porridge were quite good too!
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/10/tim-ho-wan-dim-sum.html

Dessert - Hui Lau Shan (Salisbury Street, Tsim Sha Tsui)
Dessert - Hui Lau Shan (Salisbury Street, Tsim Sha Tsui)
  • Order: Mango dessert with coconut milk and red glutinous beans, mango mochi
  • Verdict: Mochi was soft and chewy on the outside and filled with mango cubes in thick mango lava. Mango dessert on the other hand was disappointing with its outright sour.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/11/eat-snack-play-mong-kok.html

Dessert - Australian Dairy Company (Parkes Street, Jordan)
Dessert - Australian Dairy Company (Parkes Street, Jordan)

Fish Balls - Kai Kei Snack (Dundas Street, Mong Kok)
Fish Balls - Kai Kei Snack (Dundas Street, Mong Kok)

Egg Waffle - Lee Keung Kee North Point (Nathan Road, Kowloon)
Egg Waffle - Lee Keung Kee North Point (Nathan Road, Kowloon)

Steamboat Buffet - Little Sheep (Argylee Street, Mong Kok)
Steamboat Buffet - Little Sheep (Argylee Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Steamboat buffet
  • Verdict: Meat selection was of good quality and most of the items were refillable. Soup were good, just that I did not get to throw some scallops to make it all the better. Was it value for money? Probably not for a small eater like me who doesn't fancy seafood with shells.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/11/eat-snack-play-mong-kok.html

Cookies - Mrs Fields Cookies (Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station)
Cookies - Mrs Fields Cookies (Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station)

Classic HK Breakfast - Da Jia Ai 大家爱 (Tsuen Wan)
Classic HK Breakfast - Da Jia Ai 大家爱 (Tsuen Wan)



Egg Tart - Sakurashima (Tsuen Wan)
Egg Tart - Sakurashima (Tsuen Wan)

Dec 29, 2015

Food Hunting List: Gold Coast Morib

Following #FoodHuntingListKK, this is the #FoodHuntingListMorib.

Jipun Style Char Kuey Teow
Char Kuey Teow - Jipun Char Kuey Teow (Jalan Beringin, Banting)
Char Kuey Teow - Jipun Char Kuey Teow (Jalan Beringin, Banting)

Seafood - Ocean Seafood Restaurant (Jalan Laut, Tanjung Sepat)
Seafood - Ocean Seafood Restaurant (Jalan Laut, Tanjung Sepat)

Breakfast Buffet - The Venue (Gold Coast Morib Resort)
Breakfast Buffet - The Venue (Gold Coast Morib Resort)

Exotic Meat - Mr Perak Toddy, Iguana and Wild Boar Curry (Telok Datok)
Exotic Meat - Mr Perak Toddy, Iguana and Wild Boar Curry (Telok Datok)

Dec 27, 2015

Food Hunting List: Kota Kinabalu

Hello, thank you for your visit!

I hope you are able to get some ideas from reading my posts when planning your travel to places like Kota Kinabalu, Hong Kong, Japan etc.

Instead of the must-try or famous lists of food to try, I thought it would be helpful to have a summary for each travelogue, listing all the food places I personally hunted (and what I thought of them), be it GOOD or BAD (so you will know which to avoid).

Without further ado, this is the #FoodHuntingListKK.

Bak Kut Teh - Yu Yee (Gaya Street)
Bak Kut Teh - Yu Yee (Gaya Street)

Sang Yuk Mian (生肉面) - Kedai Kopi Melanian 3 (Jalan Pantai)
Sang Yuk Mian (生肉面) - Kedai Kopi Melanian 3 (Jalan Pantai)

Polo Bun (菠萝包) - Kedai Kopi Keng Wah Hing (Gaya Street)
Polo Bun (菠萝包) - Kedai Kopi Keng Wah Hing (Gaya Street)

Tuaran Mee and 3 Layer Tea - Seng Hing Coffee Shop (Lorong Sinsuran 2B)
Tuaran Mee and 3 Layer Tea - Seng Hing Coffee Shop (Lorong Sinsuran 2B)
  • Order: 2 portions of Tuaran Mee and 3 Layer Tea
  • Verdict: Noodles was very eggy and springy. Char siew was tender and sweet. All in all a good balance between savory and sweet. I liked how their arrange the 3 layer tea (unlike those in KL). It was an exciting experience to enjoy my tea both in layers and in mixture. 
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2012/07/kota-kinabalu-travelogue-day-2s-local.html

Steakhouse - Flames (Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu)
Steakhouse - Flames (Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu)
  • Order: Fish head consomme with prawn tortellini and chinese watercress, 220g medium rare black angus ribeye with caramel balsamic shallot juice, seared portobello mushroom, garlic mashed potatoes
  • Verdict: Consomme was oily and less flavourful than we thought, though prawn tortellini itself was decent. Ribeye was tender and perfectly cooked to our request, all the better with caramel balsamic shallot juice which totally enhanced the flavour. Mushrooms were juicy and flavourful, mashed potatoes were simply lovely. 
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2012/08/kota-kinabalu-travelogue-day-2-at-le.html

Seafood - Sri Mutiara Seafood Restaurant (Kompleks SEDCO, Kampung Air)
Seafood - Sri Mutiara Seafood Restaurant (Kompleks SEDCO, Kampung Air)

Wine Mee Sua and Yee Mee - Kedai Kopi Kinabalu (Gaya Street)
Wine Mee Sua and Yee Mee - Kedai Kopi Kinabalu (Gaya Street)
  • Order: 1 portion of wine mee sua and 1 portion of yee mee
  • Verdict: Mee sua and wine soup were good, though chicken was dry and tough. Yee mee was a disappointment: noodle was not fresh, soup was mediocre and meat portion was pitiful.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2012/09/padas-water-rafting.html

Tamparuli Noodle - Restoran Wun Chiap (Tamparuli)
Tamparuli Noodle - Restoran Wun Chiap (Tamparuli)

Steamboat - Mesilau Renanthera Restaurant (Mesilau Nature Resort)
Steamboat - Mesilau Renanthera Restaurant (Mesilau Nature Resort)

Breakfast Buffet - Mesilau Renanthera Restaurant (Mesilau Nature Resort)
Breakfast Buffet - Mesilau Renanthera Restaurant (Mesilau Nature Resort)

That pretty much all. 
Happy Hunting!

Dec 14, 2015

Japan Travelogue: Last Day in Ueno (2 Nov 2014)

The day had finally came for us to pack our bags and get ourselves back to Malaysia. On a bright note, we still had about 8 hours to roam around Ueno. So we started our day with scrumptious breakfast in Yayoiken やよい軒.

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Yayoiken やよい軒 @ Ueno
There were plenty of teishoku for one to choose from in Yayoiken やよい軒. Once you have made up your mind, just proceed to the ticket vending machine, make your order, and pay the displayed sum. Yes, CASH basis only.

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My Tonkatsu Set @ Yayoiken やよい軒
After our terrible tonkatsu experience in Ootoya 大户屋, it was quite a difficult decision to give tonkatsu another try but hey, this tonkatsu set of mine was really worth every bank for buck!

Its crispiness was no doubt an outcome of years of practice and experience: it landed right on the fine line between under or over fried. Wrapped in the nest of crispy skin was the tender loving pork chop so juicy that I almost cried in tears.

Enough for exaggeration. My point is it was really really good and you have to try it if you have gotten the chance.

Total Damage for 2 Pax = 1,870yen (it is cheaper than ramen, which is usually priced at 1,000yen)

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Mario and Team on the road @ Ueno
While we were walking towards Ueno Park, we saw this cute parade of Mario and team, all dressed up for the Sunday fun. Those vehicles they were driving was totally functional, I was in awe!


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National Museum of Nature and Science @ Ueno Park
Ueno Park is a large public park, which houses various museums, monuments and attractions of which you can literally spend whole day here. The tanner half was naturally inclined to nature and science, hence here we were at National Museum of Nature and Science, only to find out that it was closed for renovation :(

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Autumn Colors @ Ueno Park
Aimless we were, we wandered around the open air park and enjoyed the beautiful autumn colors and chilly autumn air.

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Crowds @ Ueno Park
To our surprise, there were plenty locals whom actually spend their weekends here too. I believed it was due to several exhibitions happening on this particular day, e.g. green energy/energy conservation, art.

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Green tea soft serve from a truck out side Ueno Park (350yen)
Just when we were exiting Ueno Park, we stumbled across an ice cream truck. Since it was our last day in Japan, we thought might as well give the green tea ice cream a try (FYI green tea is not a flavour I would usually order but hey, I was in Japan and it ought to be good).

For about RM10, this soft serve did not fail me: the green tea flavour was more natural than most in Malaysia's and the texture was really creamy.

Total Damage = 350yen

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Lemon Water (100yen)
We also grabbed some refreshing yet not cloyingly sweet lemon water from those 100yen vending machines to quench our thirst while we continued to explore Ueno until 5pm, when we stopped by McDonald to grab some quick bites before heading to Haneda International Airport.

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Rokurinsha @ Haneda International Airport (Departure Area)
I must commend Japan for its great connectivity. You can easily take a train from any train station in Tokyo to Haneda-Airport International Terminal Station, which save you plenty $$ from taking any taxi, not forgetting the possible traffic jam too!

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Tsukemen @ Rokurinsha 
We arrived at Haneda International Airport about 3 hours earlier than our flight. By then, our shared burger was fully digested, hence the proper meal at Rokurinsha in the departure area was warranted.

As Rokurinsha is all about the Tsukemen, I ordered just that. Their noodles was made broad and thick  - it was akin to loh mee but denser - giving it more chewy character. The broth was thick and super flavourful that I found it hard to enjoy.

Total Damage for 2 Pax = 2,050yen


IN SUMMARY,

My personal dining ranking (5 being the full score) based on following criteria are:

  • Ambiance
    • Yayoiken やよい軒 - 4/5
    • Rokurinsha @ Haneda International Airport - 4/5
  • Price
    • Yayoiken やよい軒 - 5/5
    • Rokurinsha @ Haneda International Airport - 4/5
  • Food
    • Yayoiken やよい軒 - 5/5
    • Rokurinsha @ Haneda International Airport - 3/5
  • Verdict
    • Yayoiken やよい軒 - Cheap cheap and good good! Must eat!
    • Rokurinsha @ Haneda International Airport - Maybe you should try their soup version.

My personal attractions verdicts for:

  • Ueno Park - Interesting park with lots of museums in one venue. If you are not a fan of museums, you can also take a leisure walk and enjoy the clean air


DINING INFO:

Yayoiken やよい軒
Kamichi Building 1F, 3-37-9 Higashiueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Operation Hours: 7am - 11pm
Tel: +81 3-5846-6175
Credit Cards: No

Rokurinsha
3F, Gates 112-114, Haneda International Airport
Operation Hours: 24 hours
Tel: +81 3-6303-6825
Credit Cards: Yes

Nov 21, 2015

Japan Travelogue: Hunting Around Tsukiji before Shibuya (1 Nov 2014)

Barely 5 hours of sleep we had before we woke up in sleepiness and prepared ourselves to go to Tsukiji Fish Market. Based on Google map, supposedly our hotel was situated right opposite Tsukiji Fish Market, so we had our leisure time looking for some snacks to fill our hungry tummies.

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Onigiri Shopping @ Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji

Onigiri-ya Marutoyo was one of the stalls outside Tsukiji selling a wide assortment of rice balls, filled with e.g. roasted fatty mackerel, shiokara (salted fish innards), nintama miso, oyster, octopus, and clams. You bet we had a hard time deciding which two to purchase.

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Our Pick #1 of Onigiri from Onigiri-ya Marutoyo (216yen)
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Our Pick #2 of Onigiri from Onigiri-ya Marutoyo (216yen)
Truth be told, I did not remember what exactly we had but it looked something like these (refer to pictures). #1 carried a strong curry flavour and more savory than sweet, comparing to #2. Though personally I wasn't a fan of onigiri, these onigiri were huge and definitely a go-to option whenever you need a quick and filling bite.

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上井 @ Tsukiji
After our onigiri tasting, we chanced upon this random ramen shop, 上井, which was packed with crowds even before 5am. Curiosity led us to join this long queue to order our bowl of Chinese style ramen.

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Ramen in the Making @ 上井, Tsukiji
The Chef was working tirelessly behind the counter, producing one bowl after another bowl of piping hot ramen to his customers. The heat and aroma filled the chilly air. Barely 5 minutes had passed when we received our bowl of ramen.

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Finally our bowl of Chinese style ramen! (700yen) @ 上井, Tsukiji
For 700yen, I must admit it was super value for money. As you see, there were 3-4 pieces of sliced pork in the bowl of crinkly wantan mee like noodles and heavy garnishing of spring onions. Despite its clear broth, its flavour was not compromised. It was indeed an enjoyable experience having this random bowl of ramen in the morning autumn chill.

After finishing the ramen till the last drop, we headed to "Tsukiji Fish Market", which was empty before 5am. We suspected the worst had happened, hence we wandered around, without a clue. If it wasn't because of this random Japanese guy whom so kindly offered direction to us, we wouldn't have found the real Tsukiji Fish Market. However, the quota ran out and we missed the fish auction.

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Outside Tsukiji Fish Market
I was so distraught that we went back to Tsukiji Business Ban Hotel and crashed for another 3 hours before exploring the nearby vicinity of Tsukiji Fish Market. It was a bad call.

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Long Queue @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market
I should have continued to Daiwa Sushi. By the time we arrived, the queue was so tremendous that staff had to stop us from queuing! The locals recommended us to try Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿しinstead.

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Interior @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market
Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿しis a small "shop" with 14 counter seats for diners, which explained the queue outside the shop. After we were seated, we had to tuck the bags between our legs and sit upright to allow sufficient space for the waitress to move around.

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Uni Don @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market (2,700yen)
Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し took my first time with this loaded uni don. I did not know what to expect but at least I had the comfort that it would be one of the freshest in Tsukiji Fish Market. I wasn't wrong. Their uni was so fresh that it was sweet. Texture wise, you could almost relate it to gelato, sans the creaminess.

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Omakase Set @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market (3,900yen)
Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し also took my first time with their omakase set. The risk of ordering an omakase set is having seafood that you do not like. Luck must be on my side as the 12 nigiri-zushi handpicked by the chef was more to my liking.

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Omakase Set @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market (3,900yen)
Since we were sharing an omakase set with a piece of each type of nigiri-zushi, we had to bargain what to take. The best part of the omakase set was none other than the tuna belly. I must give it to Iwasa Sushi for their top notch freshness. I could definitely help myself with more of the bellies!

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Omakase Set @ Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, Tsukiji Fish Market (3,900yen)
Each of the nigiri-zushi was perfectly made such that you can take the sushi, turn it around, dip into the soy sauce, and still have it in one piece. Unlike Malaysian's version, you can bet the nigiri-zushi sushi to tear apart the moment you start tilting 90 degree!

Total Damage for 2 Pax = 6,600yen

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Spiny Leg Spider Spotted Along Streets of Tsukiji
After our scrumptious meal in Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し, we packed our luggages and checked out of Tsukiji Business Ban Hotel. Our one night stay in Tsukiji Business Ban Hotel was lovely: not only it was spacious, their bed was ultra comfortable (which made it difficult to get up in the wee hours for fish auction!).

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Roaming in Shibuya
Next stop, we took trains to visit one of the famous cities, Shibuya. We roamed and explored Centre Gai, Tokyu Hands (art shop for art nerds!) etc. Though Shibuya is the centre for youth fashion and culture, I did not shop much.

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Tonkatsu Rice Set @ Ootoya, Shibuya
Few hours later, our legs screamed for a break, so was our tummies. Not knowing what to have, we ended up in Ootoya 大户屋, one of those restaurants serving teishoku (set meals).

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Tonkatsu Soba Set @ Ootoya, Shibuya
Though their portion was generous, their tonkatsu fell short of expectation as it was parched due to overcooking.

Total Damage for 2 Pax = 2,218yen

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Hachiko Statue @ Shibuya
Right after our disappointing meal in Ootoya, we did our only shopping at Don Quixote before heading to Shibuya Crossing and Hachiko Statue. It was stupid of me to be standing at the wrong location to people watch, of which I only found out almost a year after this trip when I was looking at the photos! So now, hear me out, when you are at Shibuya Crossing, look for Starbucks and head right there.

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Ippudo Ramen 一风堂, Ebisu
For dinner, we decided upon Ippudo Ramen 一风堂, which was painful to find. After 30 minutes of walking from Ebisu Station that we realised that we were on the wrong direction. You can imagine the joy when we finally spotted Ippudo Ramen 一风堂!

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Ippudo Karaka @ Ippudo Ramen 一风堂, Ebisu (880yen)
To complement the cold weather, I ordered a bowl of Ippudo Karaka with level 5 ultra extra spices, which aroused much curiosity in the kitchen. For fear that I couldn't handle the spiciness, the kitchen staff actually offered chilies in a saucer for me.

With Shiromaru Classic pork soup as its base, Karaka introduces spicy miso topping, mixed with herbs and spices. It offered the best of both worlds: that complex layers in pork soup and added dimension (spiciness), which I personally enjoyed very much.

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Shiromaru Special @ Ippudo Ramen 一风堂, Ebisu
The tanner half ordered Shiromaru Special, which uses Ippudo's original pork soup and ultra thin noodles. I found it similar to Ippudo Karaka, sans the spiciness.

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Gyozas @ Ippudo Ramen 一风堂, Ebisu (220yen)
To top up, we ordered 5pcs gyoza, which was decent, though still couldn't match those of Harajuku Gyozaro 原宿餃子樓.

Total Damage for 2 Pax = 2,080yen

IN SUMMARY,

My personal dining ranking (5 being the full score) based on following criteria are:
  • Ambiance
    • Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji - 1/5
    • 上井 -2/5
    • Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し 4/5
    • Ootoya 大户屋 - 3/5
    • Ippudo Ramen 一风堂 - 4/5
  • Price 
    • Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji - 2/5
    • 上井 - 5/5
    • Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し - 4/5
    • Ootoya 大户屋 - 2/5
    • Ippudo Ramen 一风堂 - 5/5
  • Food
    • Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji - 3/5
    • 上井 -  5/5
    • Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し - 5/5
    • Ootoya 大户屋 - 2/5
    • Ippudo Ramen 一风堂 - 5/5
  • Verdict
    • Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji - If you are not a fan of rice ball, you may well skip this and save your calories for some other goodies in Tsukiji
    • 上井 - Good ramen at super cheap price
    • Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し - Try it, you will like it!
    • Ootoya 大户屋 - Definitely not recommended if you have better alternative
    • Ippudo Ramen 一风堂 - I would definitely come again.

My personal attractions verdicts for:
  • Tsukiji Fish Market - Wake up very early to go to the fish auction market. Ask beforehand where exactly it is to avoid disappointment
  • Malls around Shibuya - If you are not planning to shop, you may as well save your energy to Shibuya Crossing and people watch
  • Shibuya Crossing and Hachiko Statue - Go to Starbucks and have a cuppa while people watching

DINING INFO:

Onigiri-ya Marutoyo, Tsukiji
4-9-9 Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan
Operation Hours: 3am - 2pm (Mon - Sat), closed on Sun
Tel: N/A
Credit Cards: No

上井
4-9-16 Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan
Operation Hours: N/A
Tel: +81 3-3542-0620
Credit Cards: No

Iwasa Sushi 岩佐寿し
5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan
Operation Hours: 6am - 2pm (Mon - Fri), 6am - 3pm (Sat), closed on Sun
Tel: +81 3-3544-1755
Credit Cards: No

Ootoya 大户屋
1 Chome-20-7 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0041, Japan
Operation Hours: 11am - 11pm
Tel: +81 3-3770-5063
Credit Cards: Yes

Ippudo Ramen 一风堂
Japan, 〒150-0012 Tokyo, Shibuya, Hiroo, 1 Chome−1−3−13, ハイネス恵比寿
Operation Hours: 11am - 3am (Mon - Thurs), 11am - 4am (Fri, Sat & Holiday Eves), 11am - 2am (PH)
Tel: +81 3-5420-2225
Credit Cards: No

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