Traveling for fun and experience is always good, especially when you return home and take stock of both gains and losses.
There also at times comes that moment when a friend takes you out for dinner and you are just new to every thing on the restaurant’s menu, don’t freak out – here we outline foods you should eat in a Japanese restaurant.
If you haven’t tried okonomiyaki before, you really should. It’s a Japanese savoury pancake that tastes far better than the photo above makes it look.
It’s usually referred to as Japanese pizza (which is weird, because it’s nothing like it), and it contains flour, cabbage, egg, pork, and squid/shrimp/octopus.
Throw a dollop of mayonnaise and okonomiyaki sauce on top and you’ve got yourself the perfect comfort food for a rainy day.
From views of many and my own, the verdict is: As long as you only have half the dish, you’ll love every mouthful. Eat too much and you’ll be feeling full for days.
2. Momiji Manju
TIhey are made small in size but trust me, if you happen to taste a single one , I bet it would easily make you an ‘addict’, eating it daily as you enjoy its nice taste!
3. Pork shoyu
Snacks put a side, if you walk into a Japanese restaurant for dinner with a friend, don’t act barbaric but just order for pork shoyu.
The thick slices of pork usually are tender and juicy, with just the right amount of fat, the broth is rich with soy, and the noodles soft.
Throw in a generous helping of beansprouts for texture, and you will find yourself with the perfect bowl of ramen.