|I have been wanting to include Japanese restaurants into this supposedly dessert blog of mine ever since I
changed my blog focus from cravescraze.blogspot.com to dessertingbeauty. I felt that it was quite a waste
if I just left these pictures to rot in my hard disk, without sharing my personal opinions of my dining
experiences. I shall only include Japanese cuisine since I am a fan of it and I find it closely related to beauty
and zen which is still part of my blog focus.
I shall start with Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen which is located at Novena Square 2, cramped into a small outlet
space. Just like a small typical Japanese restaurant with the right ambiance where the voices of staff kept
booming throughout. I felt slightly irritated by the noise level in this squeezy restaurant at first but my
irritation was quickly dismissed upon the arrival of my food.
|I shared the gyoza with my friend and it was rather decent. Although slightly
oily, the gyoza skin was really thin, resulting in it being less filling and more meaty.
|My friend ordered a different set so that we could explore more from its menu. His Shoyu Ramen which
was with soy sauce paste, had a rather mild soy sauce taste and would be really suitable for people who
were afraid of having too much sodium intake.
|Just like the flavoured eggs from the ramen, these add-on eggs were also slightly over cooked. My friend
and I should have waited for our ramen to arrive first, checked out the eggs before ordering extras.