NEW POST: Grade A5 Wagyu, 11 marbling, at upscale Japanese grilled restaurant. Magosaburou, Ion Orchard #sgfood

NEW POST: Grade A5 Wagyu, 11 marbling, at upscale Japanese grilled restaurant. Magosaburou, Ion Orchard #sgfood

If it seems strange that a Japanese restaurant serves bibimbap ($18 for 2 persons), they use the most coveted and expensive rice: koshihikari rice from Uonuma, Niigata. A server will mix the rice so thoroughly and in a fanciful manner that it is a delight to watch. Towards the end, our server flattened the rice according to the contours so that it was a bowl within a bowl. She asked me if we wanted normal or crispy and since she liked hers normal, we took her advice. Only at this point did she add in the spicy sauce, roll the rice into two balls, one for me and one for Chiobu. I didn’t know if I was bedazzled by the showmanship that I thought the bibimbap was simply the best I have eaten . It was tomatoy-sweet and spicy, almost too spicy for me at first, but I couldn’t resist taking another bite and another bite until I eased into the heat. The texture was equally excellen...

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