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Monday 3 November 2008

A Cooling Japanese Meal

When I was in Japan, my Thai friend brought me to a restaurant nearby the Imperial Palace to have a taste of a really amazing Japanese meal.


This restaurant is inside a 5-star hotel, therefore the interior decor is a bit upmarket too. The ambiance was really nice for a quiet lunch.


All the items in the meal were served cold except the soup. Everything was presented so nicely in small dishes.


A Japanese meal is normally commenced with the soup as the chopsticks will be moisten to minimise the 'stickiness' of them to the food.


The main dishes in a Japanese meal are normally prepared in different ways; some preserved, some braised, some steamed, some boiled, and some grilled. However, they were chilled in this meal that I had.





This meal even came with some sashimi, which is my favourite Japanese food.


This tofu came with this meal too, but it tasted very different from the tofu I had before. It was silky smooth and it gave a cooling after-taste to my throat.


After I had finished with the main course, a chilled glass bowl was put in front of me.


It was actually the dessert of the day, mixed fruit served chilled.


I call this meal an amazing meal because it gave me the internal cooling that lasted for hours even when I was walking under the hot summer sun.


eastcoastlife said...

This meal should cost a bomb! I have spent almost S$900 per person at a top traditional Japanese restaurant in Singapore.

jams o donnell said...

It looks delicious but I bet it was very expensive! Happy WW

Jenn in Holland said...

Gorgeous photos of some beautiful food!! I am so impressed.

Juliana RW said...

great shots

My WW entry this week : in HERE and HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks

s@m巧彦 said...

everything came in a small portion but i bet it was satisfying =)

Anonymous said...

Looks so yummy! You're making me hungry! Happy WW :)

My WW entries for today are at:

Pastyme With Good Companye

The Paranormal Blog

Nuttin' But

Please stop by if you have a moment :)

WoMbOk™♂ said...

Lovely pics of the food sifu.

Making me yearn for jap. food.

Anonymous said...

that looks yummy ^^
small portions are way more fun to pick and eat out of =D

CK Ng said...

Hey Junie, you are absolutely right. This is what we call as fine dining! :)

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