Thursday, 18 July 2013

Regent Place

Regent Place is a funky two story alley filled with quirky Asian restaurants and cafes.

Hard to stumble across if you don't know about it but easy to get to if you do. It's located just across the street from Town Hall train station with multiple entries around the block.

Me and Nicole went there one evening after work to celebrate that I had been in the country for a month.

We started out with entrees at Yebisu Izakaya, where you ordered everything on tablets which sent the order straight to the kitchen. A fun idea but not so convenient if you are a picky vegetarian like me who likes to ask about the ingredients in everything.

We both ordered two entrees each. I had tofu topped with miso paste (delicious) and some sushi pieces. Nicole had teriyaki salmon belly and gyoza.

Yebisu Izakaya

Still hungry and not finding any mains that we liked we headed to the floor below to Senyai, a good but fairly standard Thai restaurant. I got the Phat Si Io Tofu and Nicole the Chicken Sate.


After dinner we took a stroll around at the other places which looked cool so we are definitely going back.

I think I'm turning Japanese, I think I'm turning Japanese...

...I really think so.

Lots of places to eat.

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