We all have a bit of Japanese in us. Whether it takes the shape of a lantern hanging from the kitchen ceiling, a kimono-like bathrobe or two minute noodles every night of the week, it’s definitely something worth exploring. Unleash your Japanese persona with today’s deal: Any two teppenyaki dishes off the a la carte menu at Tsuyu Japanese Restaurant.
Though the teppenyaki is bound to take more than two minutes to cook, the impeccable service and ambience makes the wait part of the experience. Watching the Japanese chef cook your meal on the griddle pan right in front of your eyes, makes for fine entertainment as well as eliminating the ‘what the eye doesn’t see’ restaurant element. Also, be sure to ask the waiter to help you with your Japanese alter-ego name.
Infused with divine Japanese flavours and a soft yet exotic ambience, Tsuyu is the ideal spot for a chilled, romantic, I-don’t-feel-like-cooking, or there’s-nothing-in-the-fridge night out. This relaxed ร้านอาหาร (what hopefully means ‘restaurant’ in Japanese) welcomes anyone and everyone with an insatiable craving for authentic ‘nomnoms’.
Come in your work get-up, put on your gold sequined dress or dine in your kimono-like bathrobe, whatever makes you feel relaxed and at home under the soft light of the paper lanterns. While a night at Tsuyu is sure to impress a sweetheart, it can also give mom a new burst of culinary inspiration. Because let’s face it, her beef stew is the best, but a dash of soy sauce every once in a while really wouldn’t hurt.
Noodle fact: The princess of Kwa-Hwa is known all across Asia as a two minute noodle addict. She eats noodles for breakfast with milk and honey, blends noodles into smoothies, known as ‘snoodies’, and even had her mattress stuffed with noodles. She is soon to marry the King of Norway in her noodle knitted wedding dress. She’s still contemplating about getting a weave.