備長 @ Causeway Bay, Hong Kong


串燒 is one of our favorites but don’t know good places in Singapore so I will usually go for it when I am in hk.

Food here is generally good but for us would be even better if they add a bit more salt during grilling.

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Sea Urchin Tempura – I preferred them raw…

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Bacon & Rice Cake

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Beef

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Pork & Lychee – one of their signature dish, quite good

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Eel – got small bones

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Octopus with Yuzu and Wasabi – interesting but we found that yuzu and wasabi don’t really match

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Seoul (5) – dessert


There is always room for dessert!

“Snow flakes” with tea and red bean ice-cream, tofu ice-cream, warm frothy milk

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Red dates herbal tea
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a lovely patisserie with excellent cakes and bread in the Gangnam neighborhood
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OSULLOC – Tea from Jeju Island
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Seoul (3) – BBQ


Cannot miss out korean BBQ of course…Most BBQ restaurants only have beef, unlike what we usually get overseas.

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The side dishes are usually interesting
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this one in Itaewon has both premium pork and beef.

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From black pig
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Cold noodle, perfect match with BBQ
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bulgogi – another kind of BBQ, marinated beef in sauce

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raw crab marinated in spicy sauce
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