We have plenty of options of getting to where we need to go from Narita Airport. We took the Friendly Airport Limousine Bus and hit traffic.
Nadia and I went to Kyoto by bullet train and found, not only a lot of Japanese history but a lot of culture at the Kyoto Train Station!
When you’re in Singapore and are looking for noodles but not of the Asian variety. Welcome to Pasta Brava where you can eat like an Italian.
Finding yourself a little chilly in Hong Kong? You’ll find a recourse from the cold with soul warming hot pot on HK island’s SUPPA!
Within the InterContinental Hong Kong resides an amazing Cantonese dining experience that few can compare to, in both food and view.
When you’re looking for that Japanese Omakase in Singapore that won’t break the bank but leave you full; Enter Teppei!
Have you heard of the Michelin starred soy sauce chicken rice at Liao Fan? There’s a difference between hearing about it and eating it!
I was surprised by how much Japanese food can be found in Singapore. I also was surprised by the quality of Saboten’s tonkatsu as well.