The search is on for the perfect noodle dish: prizes and fame await! Win 2 round trip tickets to Hong Kong and have your noodle dish featured on their in-flight menus! See here for details! Here is my 5 Spice Maple Roasted Squash & Edamame with Warm Soba Noodles in Miso-Sesame Soy Sauce recipe.
Last time I came here I loved it, and perhaps it’s because I’ve experienced more now that it wasn’t as satisfying, but things were noticeably different. It was a bit of a hit and miss menu with strengths in the soups and noodles and they do have an impressive selection of donburi and noodles.
It’s definitely a popular local favourite in Richmond for late night eats and specials. It’s made upon order, cheap, no fuss, good variety and great value for what you get. It’s not the best, but it’s decent and does the job. I consider it a bang for your buck.
I’m not superstitious, but I can’t deny the day. It’s Friday the 13th and since I don’t encourage throwing salt (it’s such a waste) I’d rather turn your luck around by pointing out 5 lucky foods to eat. There’s also a recipe for Crunchy Black Eyed Peas which symbolizes wealth!
The food isn’t fancy or creative, so it might not be as exciting or interesting, but it is simple and authentic. The menu makes it one of the more traditional izakayas I’ve been to so far with reasonable prices and portions. For izakaya in Richmond, it’s a great option!
Fat and broke from the holidays? Yes? Well it’s just means you enjoyed yourself so don’t look back. It’s okay, we’re all in the same boat… or sinking the same boat? Follow Me Foodie to Healthy & Cheap Eats in Vancouver!
Being in Vancouver, we’re spoiled by great Asian/Asian Fusion cuisine, so I decided to make it a separate category. Vancouver dominates and excels when it comes to Asian/Asian fusion cuisine. Here are the 20 Best of 2011!