The Silom branch of Kalpapruek from the outside doesn’t look like much. It’s conveniently located a short distance Surasak station in a quiet neighborhood.
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We parked our car at the small Motobu town market and waited in line under the pouring rain. A few minutes after we arrived, a long line formed behind us. Kishimoto Shokudo きしもと食堂 is probably the most famous sokisoba shop in Okinawa.
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On a recent trip to Shimane Prefecture, we made a very brief stop at Kuri Kuri coffee 栗栗珈琲 in Masuda.
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We decided to rent a small house in Motobu near the famous Churaumi aquarium, so we could explore a different part of Okinawa. Our small house seemed to be in the middle of nowhere, but Kanasandou turned out to be a short walk from where we stayed.
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I didn’t associate fried chicken with Thai food, but a visit to Polo Fried chicken changed my mind. The polo in Polo Fried Chicken comes from the proximity of a real polo ground. It’s located in the Sanam Khli Alley just off the Witthayu road. It’s a solid 30 min walk from Phloen Chit station.
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Does airport food need to suck? If you are travelling to Hiroshima, the answer is a resounding NO! Just head to Mitchan on the second floor. You can’t miss it in the small Hiroshima airport.
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Vietnamese food has been a staple of my diet until I moved to Japan. I waited 9 long years for Ao Baba to open its door, it is safe to say that my craving for pho has finally been satisfied.
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During my last visit to Okinawa, I visited Mexico restaurant in Ginowan. Ginowan is located between Naha and Chatan. Mexico is a unique restaurant which serves only one thing : handmade fresh tacos. That’s it!
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Nap Village and the & Things cafe are located in Kibichuo on the narrow road 484. I recently ended up in Kibichuo to pick up some blueberries and buy some cheese at the famous Yoshida farm. When it came to eat lunch, I remembered that & Things was no far from Yoshida farm.
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Negi ramen or ネギラーメン is a busy ramen shop located near Higashi-Okayama station. I visited the shop twice in the last 2 weeks and it’s a busy place. Like the name implies, they serve ramen with a lot of negi ( Japanese leek) and green onion.
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After a little river cruise on the Chao Phraya river, we got off at the Sathorn pier which is located near the Saphan Taksin MRT station. We decided to have lunch at Prachak Roasted Duck, a restaurant founded in 1909.
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Nan House is a tiny Nepali/Indian restaurant located in the Nakaicho area under the shinkansen tracks between the Tsuyama line and the Sanyo line. I’ve been there twice for dinner and I was surprised by the taste of their curry.
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