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Chikuyoh Yakiniku

You know what happens when you live in a normally boiling hot city and it suddenly turns cold? Instead of staying where you are you wander... Half an hour into looking around your empty stomach growls and you remedy it with a cup of coffee -

And then you become curious what's on the other pages of the menu. 

Ok, that's my routine, sort of. A month ago this was what I experimented on: Chikuyoh Yakiniku @ Yagura Chaya Fumi. Loved it!

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Unknown said…
the hot miso soup is also my top choice.:p everything looks tasty.
Anya said…
It looks very delicious Hazel
Do you eat this everyday :P

Hugs from us all
Have a wonderful week-end
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Anonymous said…
I think I'd love that as well. Looks delish :)
January Zelene said…
that's a lot of foods..:)

Don’t forget to visit My Food Trip Friday wink*
Cheerful said…
that cup of coffee will make my day already, hehehe, but you still got a good spread there, must be all delicious! yum! anyway, please visit me and get your slice of almond chocolate cake! happy Friday! :)
Chubskulit Rose said…
I can picture you as eating out everyday sis lol.

Looks sumptuous!

Spice Up Your Life, have a lovely weekend!
AdinB said…
That is so delicious! I too love Japanese food and I love the miso soup whenever I am so hungry and have not had anything to eat, I want soup first before anything else. Hmmm... yummy!

Adin B
Hazel said…
chubskulit, ba't alam mo sis? lol!
Run DMT said…
What a yummy routine! Thanks so much for participating in our Friday Food Fight. You've been such a great supporter. :-) xox
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Rechie said…
looking yummy ang mga foodies mo dito sis Des.kaso di kokilala ang mga ito..ang coffee lang hahaha

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anne said…
Suits for cold weather. or in rainy season
Yami said…
makes me want to have a cup of coffee right now. :)
""rarejonRez"" said…
that cup of coffee u have there looks very interesting! the aroma reached over here! lol.

btw, i got something for you: Tagged You Are! hope to see yours if u got a chance! :)

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