Monday, June 9, 2008

Takeru - Sydney, NSW

Calpis
regular and lychee
(apparenlty its called calpico in osme countries because the manufacturer's consultant thought calpis sounded like "cow piss")

Chicken Nanban

TeriMayo Hamburg
my low-reactive diet has been a blessing in disguise that i get to try something else on the menu other than my usual omusoba (which is really good btw) this actually has the same seasoning as my usual omusoba.... yum..

2 comments:

Lucy said...

I just ate here two days ago and yesterday(yes, 2 days in a row!)! I agree, the omu soba is yumm!! The mentaiko spaghetti was dissapointing though, I couldn't taste any mentaiko. I could only taste cream and oil =/.

Erique Fat Owl said...

I love the chicken nanban.
Tried to cook it myself with disastrous results. Actually, planned to post it on the blog if it was successful...but no. Disastrous.