A season has past and spring is coming soon. Guess I should really have to be more hardworking and work harder on the backlogs. Autumn is a romantic season, the weather is chilling and joyful; with the sun up high in the sky but you […]
Super Boring Club Located at Jalan Mesui and sharing the same row with many insta and tastebuds-worthy restaurants such as Isabel Restaurant and Bar, Palillos Yakitori Bar , Lucky Tora; this Super Boring Club is never a boring one with its boring-sound-name; serving interesting Japanese-korean […]
Clearing up my backlogs during this MCO period and found this still lying in my archive. Okay, let’s continue with my Thurs-Date brunch with Mocas. This time that would be a simple one from Nourish by Kenny Hills Baker (sometimes ago). Nourish by Kenny Hills […]
This is the first thing what my brother and I did when we reached Tokyo! We placed our luggage in the coin locker and headed straight to Ginza Kagari Honten for our first eat destination.
Ginza Kagari Honten 銀座 篝 本店
Hidden over here in one of the Ginza back alleys, about 3 to 5 minutes’ walk from Ginza Station; Ginza Kagari Honten is famous for its “tori paitan” 鶏白湯, a creamy broth that is made out of simmering the chicken bones and carcasses for long hours, appears in thick and whitish colour. This ramen house is also one that you have to queue for some time before you get to slurp them up. It was about 7pm when we arrived at this place. To my surprise, there were only about 8 of them before us on the queue. Feeling lucky as we only had to queue for less than 20minutes!
Ginza Kagari Honten offers Chicken White Broth Soba, Chicken White Broth Soy Sauce Soba, with truffle, tsukemen, chicken soba (which is made of only chicken and water), and Gohan (rice).You may find that the word “Soba” on the wall and menu, that’s because they use “chukka soba” which means Chinese noodles over here.
If you love lok-lok but dislike the sweats and standing by the lok-lok truck and keep lok-ing, then let’s check out this place!
Joy Lok Club Sunday Brunch Buffet
Available on every Sunday
From 12pm to 3pm
At Quan’s Kitchen
Priced at Rm 118 nett per pax
Held at Quan’s Kitchen, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant is now presenting this Joy Lok Club Sunday Brunch Buffet that is inspired by a myriad of Malaysian cultures, bringing you the richness of Malaysian foodscape and western favourites; on every Sunday where you can savour the heart-warming delicious fares unlimitedly at a nett price.