Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Shoga-yaki Don from Meidi-Ya Singapore


Here's a bowl of shogyakidon from the donburi vendor right outside of the Meidi-Ya supermarket in Singapore. Actually, this was a half-sized bowl, as it came in a combo set with some sanuki udon. The ginger-based mixture was sweet, but not so much that it turned me off. Instead, I was able to wolf those tender slices of pork down in seconds. The only drawback? Those green onions provided me with enough dragon breath to terrorize the rest of the office with after coming back from lunch.


Rabbittrick said...

lol. That's unusual for a Japanese meal... leaving smelling a little stranger than when you came in.

Kathy said...

The teishoku counter here is pretty good. The curry counter is so-so.

Anonymous said...

try the sakuraebi tempura don at the don stall. grease bomb.