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Yabu-ness Monday

Finally! We were able to eat at Yabu without having to line-up nor get pressured to finish our meal quickly because of the long queue. Best time to dine is around 1pm, Monday. ;)



Had fun grinding the sesame seeds then adding sauce and chili powder. Also, it will distract you a bit while waiting for your food if you're that hungry- like me. Hahaha


J ordered the chicken katsu, 150g. Yum!


Mine's the pork katsu, 100g. So tender! Alas, I felt dizzy after eating. Either because -> fried or because -> pork. Must share next time. ;) We also love the unlimited rice (C had 2 cups, I think) and the unlimited cabbage. Love the sesame-mayo dressing!


This is shobe's order. I forgot to ask what it is but I guess its delicious because she finished the whole bowl.


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