On a Thursday evening, I decided to catch up with a few of the girls from uni for dinner at Edosei. Edosei is a Japanese restaurant located along Barrack Street in the city. Edosei takes their freshness of the fish seriously as their fish is air flown directly from Melbourne. As we had a large group, we decided to share a few dishes for dinner. To start we had the Radish salad ($18). The radish salad was fresh and light in flavour. It also has a lovely punch of acidity. A great dish for hot, warm summer days. We also had … Continue reading Edosei

Kura Kura

After a day spent relaxing and sitting around at Starbucks in Darling Harbour, we decided to head for an early dinner at Kura Kura so that we could retreat for an early night to do more packing. Kura Kura is located next to Market City at Haymarket. The restaurant is broken to two sections – an upstairs and downstairs section. The upstairs section gives you a restaurant feel and the downstairs eatery has a smaller space with a limited menu. We chose to proceed to the upstairs section and managed to find ourselves a table as we were there very … Continue reading Kura Kura

Gumshara Ramen

After putting down our luggages at our hotel in Surry Hills, my friends and I decided to head towards Chinatown for brunch to fill our tummies before our next adventure in Sydney. We decided to head to Gumshara Ramen from hearing many great reviews. After five minutes walking around Chinatown searching for Gumshara Ramen high and low, we finally found it! Gumshara Ramen is located at a food court at the end of Chinatown called Eating World. Once you pass through those sliding doors, you are definitely at the right place. Apart from Gumshara Ramen, there’s also 10 to 15 … Continue reading Gumshara Ramen

Sushi Wawa

Sushi Wawa is Perth’s newest sushi sensation located in Innaloo, just right opposite Ikea. What makes Sushi Wawa different to other sushi restaurants around Perth? Well, Sushi Wawa boasts Australia’s largest sushi conveyor belt which is 62 metres long. And yes, it is situated right here in Perth. (Fun Fact – The sushi train can hold up to 400 plates at any time!) Sushi Wawa also features a line-up of Japanese chefs who have worked in popular restaurants around Perth before Sushi Wawa was born. There’s head chef Hiroaki Fijioka (Nobu Perth) who leads sous chef George Yamahara (Satsuki), Mitsunori … Continue reading Sushi Wawa


Located at 1 Leonard Street at Victoria Park which is also home to two other pop-up shops, Wicked Satays and The Sarapan, is JBento, Perth’s first pop-up bento shop. Come during lunchtime from 11.30am to 2.30pm, Monday to Friday and you can enjoy a decent bento lunch from JBento with a variety of main meals to choose from to suit your palate. You also do get a choice of either dining indoors or if the weather is decent, you can sit outside on cute little cushions and have your bento. 🙂 Each bento set  at JBento consists of your choice … Continue reading JBento


As I lost my voice, it was my stomach’s turn to make some noise. Having Japanese food for dinner was ideal as it was very clear that I had to avoid spicy food temporarily until my voice is back. Based on my research from the Entertainment book, we decided to go to Toraya at Subiaco Square for dinner after church. If you see Woolies, yes, you are definitely at the right place. This was my second visit to Toraya. We had no bookings and were lucky to find a table to ourselves inside on a cold, winter’s night. If you … Continue reading Toraya