Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Ajisen @ IMM

This was dinner on Sunday. We had wanted to go to Holland Village for the Jap there, but last minute we decided to go to IMM, because someone wanted to buy something for Daiso.

Since we already decided on Jap, so we just went to Ajisen. It must have been a long time since we stepped in here.

We ordered stuff to share instead, so we get to taste more things. Eating big bowls of ramen is just too filling and boring. LOL

So, we only ordered two Ramen Sets.
The slices of pork (sorry, forgot the name) Ramen.

Also the Pork Rib Ramen. (Pai Ku Mian) I always like their yummy paiku. :-)

With the set, we could have two side dishes, so we had the mini orangey octopus and also the fried chicken wings.

Cousin is getting to be a salmon sashimi fan. We ordered this for her and it is proving to be too little nowadays.

So, she pestered her mum for another plate of sashimi, I think only at this place, do you find a flower shape salmon sashimi! :-)

Everyone also ordered what they want. So we had 2 Tako Yaki. (Octopus balls thingy with lots of benito flakes above)

Sis will 101% order this when it's on the menu. So we had 2 Okonomiyaki.

Maybe we were feeling gluttony, so we ordered some more after we finished the above.
So we ordered a Tonpei Yaki. It's pork slices inside the omelet that is covering a mountain of shredded cabbage.

Haha... guess what, we shared desserts as well. I think weekends are pigging out nites!
Oh, if you pay with a Citibank card, you get 10% off. With things rising in cost nowadays, every discount counts! Haha...

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Ming the Merciless said...

Everything on here looks delicious. There is a great place in the East Village that served delicious okonomiyaki and octopus balls. I think I posted the photo on NYC DP a couple months ago.

The first ramen photo looks like there's lots of fatty bacon on top.

louist said...

the first item... tonkotsu ramen?

Unknown said...

the next time you are here, we shall go out and eat! :-)

yes yes! that's the name.

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