Category Archives: Seafood

Taipei: Advanced (Sien Jing) Seafood

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They must have had an advanced cloaking device or something, because I’ve been hearing about this place from my father for two years and for two years he hasn’t been able to find the place. And it wasn’t for lack … Continue reading

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Singapore: No Signage Board

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My first dinner in Singapore. Seafood, of course. Where? I made reservations at each of the “Big Three” seafood restaurants: Melben at 7 p.m., Jumbo at 6 p.m., and No Signage Board at 5 p.m. I neurotically over-planned it because … Continue reading

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The Pacific Northwest Clambake: The Fish Shack

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The Fish Shack belongs to the genre of nautical-themed seafood-casual restaurants that can be found throughout the coastal cities of North America. These restaurants usually specialize in raw oysters, steamers, chowders, shellfish, deep-fried everything, and grilled-or-blackened-fresh-sheet-items. Since I have lived … Continue reading

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Not A Sea Lover

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C-Lover’s Fish and Chips – Fish and chips: not something that I eat often. Even though I’ve hardly ever met a deep fried item that I don’t agree with, fish is the one thing that I think is better when … Continue reading

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Osaka: An All-Crab Kaiseki at Kani Doraku

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It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say the Kani Doraku is the most iconic restaurant in Osaka. No matter where you look – whether it be travel websites, travel magazines, or travel guidebooks – the giant crab that is a … Continue reading

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All Execution and No Imagination

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Joe Forte’s – When I drove by Joe Forte’s Restaurant for the first time not long after I first moved here, I thought that it was somehow related to the very good college basketball player but NBA failure of the … Continue reading

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A Decent Tourist Trap

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The Sandbar – Today my wife, kids, and I took my mother-in-law for her obligatory trip to Granville Island. After getting there at around 10:30, we walked around, went into various shops, visited the public market, visited the kids market, … Continue reading

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