Thursday, April 19, 2018

Pg17 Kobe Beef

On Sunday we went to Miraku Restaurant at G Hotel to have lunch.

1 fresh oyster

Udon Set

Beef Set

Tempura Sashimi Set

Salmon in Paper Pot

Kobe Beef - 1 piece for each of us. Tender and creamy from the marbled meat.

Miraku Bento Set

Total Bill for 5 pax

24 comments:

  1. The Kobe beef looks so juicy though I don't eat beef

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    1. good for you because cows suffered a lot when slaughtered.

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  2. Tried it once a long time ago when I went to Japan, a tourist attraction at the time - they said they feed the cows beer and that was why the meat was so nice and tender. Now, everyone's talking about wagyu beef - never tried.

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    1. kobe beef is more premium than wagyu beef so since you have tried kobe beef then no need for wagyu beef.

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  3. Those are fab! I also got that stuff when we visited Laos in my indochina travel! What i love about that kind of stuff is that they serve food big, compare here in my own country that stuffs are served small! This is really awesome!

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    1. set meals here usually have many items.

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  4. Wow. I must taste kobe beef, at least once.

    Everything looked so good and sumptious, hard to choose what to eat.

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  5. Wow, you're making me drool with your Kobe beef! xoxo

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  6. Wahh kobe beef. That oyster also looks very high-class.

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  7. Oh wow Kobe beef! I only want that. Drools! Haha.

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  8. I seldom eat beef but am curious about the tastes of Kobe Beef and Wagyu Beef. I could not tell the big difference.
    I must go and eat again to taste.

    The Salmon in Paper Pot is so beautiful like a Ikebana Floral display.

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