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Started by: jessie fisher (809) 

went there last night for a meal went into a japenese its was lovely the tables have a big hot plate and u sit round it and they cook your food in front of u any1 else been to a japenese

Started: 4th Apr 2007 at 09:47

Posted by: billy (26053) 

only in tokyo jessie. but same deal.
given some of the kitchen antics shown on our TVs recently,it would be a great practice for all restaurants to adopt this style.

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 09:50

Posted by: jessie fisher (809) 

i know it was brill x

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 10:52

Posted by: plum47 (898) 

not done the japanese one,but go to the chinese ones quite often.usually go shopping and then on to one that does the business lunch.very good value,my fella prefers the indian suite centers but i love the chinese.

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 19:24

Posted by: harold (inactive)

Im a regular in china town and its so suprising to a lot of folk that you actually get chinese food as it should be cooked well more or less.

Thai and japanese are good to.

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 20:25
Last edited by harold: 4th Apr 2007 at 22:17:53

Posted by: jessie fisher (809) 

my first time last nite will defo be going back caecking out some other resturaunts

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 21:43

Posted by: sydneylass (2346) 

I work in a very Asian dominated area and you can get food originating from just about any part of Asia. They're all very different with their own flavours and way of cooking. Very cheap and mostly healthy too.

Replied: 4th Apr 2007 at 23:55

Posted by: harold (inactive)

And good thing about living in Australia Sydneylass is that you have all the fresh fish and asian vegetables to make it with.

Replied: 5th Apr 2007 at 05:15

Posted by: sydneylass (2346) 

Your right Harold we're so lucky in that respect. I couldn't believe the price of meat last time we were in England it's so expensive. No wonder the Ozzies are famous for their BBQ's it's so cheap and plentiful here.

Replied: 5th Apr 2007 at 07:17

Posted by: seamonkey (inactive)

I have cooking lessons every tuesday in a Thai place near where I live Iv now got good enough to do the starters and the puddings for the clientel I love asian cooking and think Im learning in the right place.

Replied: 5th Apr 2007 at 08:41

Posted by: ©art© (6154)

The Rollin' Stones must have been Chinese!

Anybody heard their chart hit?

"Just Wokkin' the Dog"

Replied: 6th Apr 2007 at 01:28

Posted by: aussie roy (2574) 

At the risk of sounding pedantic Jessie but you said you visited Manchester Chinatown yet you dined Japanese. Perhaps it should be renamed Asia or Oriental Town if the cuisine of more than one nation is represented. Just a thought.

Replied: 6th Apr 2007 at 02:31

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

What about the latest fad 'sushi'?? I think you either love it or hate it?? Me, doesn't do anything for me - a bit of cold rice wrapped up in a spinach leaf. Give me prawns on the barbie any day.

Replied: 6th Apr 2007 at 04:43

Posted by: harold (inactive)

Sushi is an acquired taste and what dips you dip the different bits into, I can take it or leave it.

Replied: 6th Apr 2007 at 08:58

Posted by: jessie fisher (809) 

so it should roy il get on to it ha ha

Replied: 7th Apr 2007 at 22:52

Posted by: b8mex (299) 

Sounds like the Tepan Yaki. Was it on the first floor facing the car park in the centre of Chinatown?

The Best restaurant I've EVER been to!!!!!

Replied: 12th Apr 2007 at 18:54
Last edited by b8mex: 12th Apr 2007 at 19:12:11

Posted by: b8mex (299) 

I once went to a Korean restaurant where we were served the house delicacy.

I asked the waiter what it was as it was so delicious and was told it's the dog's b***ocks. I said I know, but what is it?

Replied: 12th Apr 2007 at 19:14

Posted by: jessie fisher (809) 

yeah it was that one bmex it was great x x

Replied: 12th Apr 2007 at 20:05

Posted by: gareth hughes (240)

Ive been about 15 times,went once with b8omex.The same company own them in Birmingham and Leeds,the name Tapen Yaki is the name of the hot plate you sit round.I went to a place last week near Wolverhampton and you get American size portions but the best bit is its served on a shovel,it sounds funny but it was great.

Replied: 12th Apr 2007 at 20:16

Posted by: jessie fisher (809) 

learn sumthin new everyday

Replied: 12th Apr 2007 at 21:38

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Sounds like it beats meat pies, mushy peas and tripe hands down. My how times have changed.

Replied: 13th Apr 2007 at 02:19

 

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