Tag: tempura

Chisou

Chisou

Sometimes I feel an urge to do something.  To clarify this is (usually) not to do something destructive, like the time in my youth when I jumped all over my sand castle which I had spent hours painstakingly building.  If it was time to leave, […]

Kurumaya

Kurumaya

When I was out and about on an evening night and in the city needing a bite to eat, at first I thought there would be a multitude of sins; sorry, foods, to enjoy.  Unfortunately, it seemed like many places were choc a block full […]

Ichiryu

Ichiryu

Japanese seems to be trending quite a bit in London recently. Ramen, yakitori, izakaya and now udon.  Although do spare me the Japanese “tapas” offered at one joint…  It’s just the normal izakaya (pub) food… So off we went to Ichiryu. Hakata bun with BBQ […]

Atari-Ya Swiss Cottage

Atari-Ya Swiss Cottage

When my desperation for Japanese food gets the better of me (which is often) I seem to repeatedly find myself fleeing to the Bond Street Atari-Ya branch.  I think it serves one of the best sashimi/sushi for its price/quality ratios in London.  Having partook of […]

Tempura

Tempura

As you can probably guess from this blog, I love my fried food.  In which case, Japan is heaven.  Forget all you hear about Japanese food being comprised of sushi and other healthy stuff.  Although they look dainty, their diet is far from tasteless! On […]