How to use this site

February 22nd, 2011 by slava 2
How to use this site

Dear readers, this is a brand new site and you won’t find posts under some categories…Please keep checking in! It might appear that the whole blog is, in fact, about food – this will…

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Hiatus

June 9th, 2011 by slava 7
Hiatus

If you have noticed absence of new posts over the past week, don’t despair! I have no plans to abandon my blog. In fact, I’ve been working hard to redevelop it, making it easier…

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Sushi Nagashima – the best cheap sushi in Sydney. And the most authentic!

May 29th, 2011 by slava 2
Sushi Nagashima – the best cheap sushi in Sydney. And the most authentic!

Did you know there are 200,000 restaurants in Tokyo? A lot of them are very, very good. Tokyo has the highest concentration of Michelin star restaurants in a single city. But the greatest joy…

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Where to find Mont Blanc cake in Sydney – all revealed!

May 20th, 2011 by slava 4
Where to find Mont Blanc cake in Sydney – all revealed!

Not so long ago, I wrote about Japan’s most popular cake – my favourite cake! – Mont Blanc. To my surprise, this has become the most popular post in the short history of Plan…

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Fujiya 1935 – 2 Michelin star Osaka restaurant

May 15th, 2011 by slava 3
Fujiya 1935 – 2 Michelin star Osaka restaurant

We were lucky to get a booking in Fujiya 1935, for a night that fell on our 2 year wedding anniversary. I was browsing Michelin guide for a somewhat ‘molecular’ restaurant in Osaka, and Fujiya 1935 jumped out at me….

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Kyushu Trip Part II – a Day in Nagasaki

May 9th, 2011 by slava 2
Kyushu Trip Part II – a Day in Nagasaki

So, dear readers, here’s what we did on our second day in Kyushu. I wrote about the first one here. Getting to Nagasaki To continue our bold last-minute dash across the island of Kyushu,…

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Mont Blanc – most popular cake in Japan

April 26th, 2011 by slava 11
Mont Blanc – most popular cake in Japan

When I lived in Japan, I fell in love with Mont Blanc.  Not of the French Alps variety, but a dish that was adapted from (still French) Mont-Blanc aux marrons, a dessert of puréed, sweetened…

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