i have been craving for japanese food (of the non-sashimi kind, hehe) after being peer pressured into dining at sakae sushi by some friends while vacationing in singapore (right, i wasn’t even in japan!).
i was surprised how i enjoyed eating a variety of rice rolled with i-don’t-exactly-know-what. you see, i’m a picky eater and usually stay away from food i am not familiar with because i have a sensitive stomach. but, yeah, friendship wins. and i also win because i ended loving everything (well, except the sashimi)!
so the first thing i did when i got home from singapore was to treat my sushi-loving nephew to a japanese dinner at tokyo tokyo. i remember how he couldn’t believe that i don’t like sushi and prawns the first time he asked me. and that night he was also in disbelief as he watched me eat california maki and tempura with him.
i know this is also good news to my friends as our restaurant options when going out have just expanded, hehe.