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It's easy to sidestep Yokoso Ichiban at SSTwo Mall, believing it's a nondescript Japanese joint. But the pork-loving, pleasure-laden menu is worth inspecting at this izakaya-style outlet, since the hits outnumber the misses. Pan-fried pork liver. We love liver, but this particular portion tastes past its prime. Grilled pork ribs. Tender though bony, complemented by a tasty sweet-sticky sauce. Is there anything here for pork haters? Sure: this charmingly pretty, pretty creative concoction of chop
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It's easy to sidestep Yokoso Ichiban at SSTwo Mall, believing it's a nondescript Japanese joint. But the pork-loving, pleasure-laden menu is worth inspecting at this izakaya-style outlet, since the hits outnumber the misses.
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Pan-fried pork liver. We love liver, but this particular portion tastes past its prime.
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Grilled pork ribs. Tender though bony, complemented by a tasty sweet-sticky sauce.
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Is there anything here for pork haters? Sure: this charmingly pretty, pretty creative concoction of chopped raw tuna with natto & lady's fingers in sesame sauce.
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Not from Yokoso Ichiban, but a friend brought these for nibbling: wasabi-coated macadamia nuts from Melbourne's Parisi Foods (on Queen Street).
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Sake, packaged in a carton. This container is convenient; two liters of booze proved too much, so we were happy to be able to bring some leftover sake home.
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Ginban sake, brewed with the deep waters of Toyama Bay.
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2012-08-20