March 17, 2010
I love food.
Hakata ramen, foie gras dumplings in lemongrass broth at L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, Molecular Tapas.
A cheap, hidden, and totally delicious Japanese place.
My favorite cuisine is the edible kind. Sashimi, unagi, baozi, buttermilk biscuits, dim sum, handfuls of mint, basil and cilantro; dduk mandu guk, kamjatang, and other Korean soups and stews. Trying to hit all of the molecular places in the world.
Great people, great food, great fun.
Hi ! Jin, thank you for your welcome message .
Looking forward to seeu and you all guys .
", cheers !
Hi Jin and all other members of Tokyo Eatup, Thanks for welcoming me to your group. I hope I can not only come and join your fun meet ups but also offer you a place to have a variety of events and different foods. My business and family businesses have several restaurants in Tokyo from New Style cafe restuarant in Ebisu to Korean in Ginza. Both great for events and reasonable in price. In addition I am very close to many other restaurant owners so can help set up events at their places.
To clarify, that was a YES for tonight
Jin, i am an enthusiastic YES. I actually had said maybe at first. Sorry for any confusion
Hi Jin! I like your introduction, and "mission statement" very much, and I hope I can join you on walks in the future. I write about history, and both ancient and modern art, and have been a working jeweler- metalsmith, and carver for the past several decades. I am currently setting up my first workshop in Tokyo and hope to begin creating, and teaching by next fall. Enjoy! ~ Kerry @}:^) p.s. Could we have a link for your magazine?
Thanks for joining. Hope to see you at the first meet-up.