Beloved and I had dinner at Yoogane a couple of nights ago. This relatively new Korean restaurant opened shop at the same building on the same floor of one of our favorite Japanese restaurants. Beloved had the chance to eat here before, and forewarned me of the spiciness of their specialty, Dak Galbi. Since our recent Korean restaurant ventures proved deliciously fruitful, I gave it a shot.
A few nights ago, Beloved and I had dinner at Omakase. Yes, again. Although this is our favorite maki/sushi roll-specializing restaurant, our more recent and frequent visits to Bubble Tea, mainly because Omakase is only open at specific times, have been proving to become quite the rival of this resto’s specialty. We were hopeful that this fourth review will still be on par with its previous ones.
Beloved and I went to Omakase today. Yes, again. The reason basically was we were craving for their rolls. Also, ever since we ate there, the only thought in mind was we had to go back here. So we did. When we got there, the place was full, and there was a waiting queue for those wanting to eat there. Even then, we still waited just to eat there. This just shows how good the place is.
Beloved and I had dinner at Omakase tonight. We don’t know of this resto, and just Googled it up with
Tomas Morato restaurants. This was the second top rated entry at the “I’m feeling lucky” site, so we decided to go there for the heck of it… or maybe after looking through the menu and seeing cold noodles there and beloved was craving for it. Anyway…