Almost a month ago, I went to another solo Odyssey; this time, to attend a conference in Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Thailand. The first couple of days were spent in the campus and the only food places nearby, aside from the in-campus hotel offerings, are its two cafeterias and a 7-Eleven. This first blog post of my Thailand Odyssey chronicles my food adventures within the AIT Campus. Oh, and apologies for the photos—I did not have my Beloved Betrothed to take good photos of my comestibles.
My Betrothed and I along with some friends ate dinner at Naan a few weeks before Christmas on the day my Betrothed and I ate at Mendokoro Ramenba. It’s quite rare for us to eat at an Indian restaurant, which this place was. Our friends have already eaten here before with positive feedback, so we went in with relatively high expectations.
This is a part of my Sendai, Japan trip. If you want to have an overview of my entire Japan “Food Odyssey”, I suggest you start with my 7-Eleven review and follow the different links from there.
Me and some of my classmates from the Summer School ate dinner at Namaskar after the second day of the School and essentially the third day of my stay in Japan. This is an Indian restaurant, one of the very few in Sendai City and closest one to our hotels. Personally, I’ve only tried Indian food a few of times, most of which are during multi-cultural buffets, and one time during our trip to Singapore. So this is actually a pretty fresh experience for me, perhaps strangely since I was in Japan.