My favourite meal from McDonald's has always been the Sausage & Egg McMuffin (#2 on the breakfast menu!), but I never had enough of it because of their 11am cut-off time for breakfast. On weekdays, I don't wake up early enough to go to McD's; on weekends, I usually sleep in and take my time getting ready.
If you know me, you know my favourite comfort food is anything soup-based. Noodle soup, creamy soup, regular soup, and even congee are dishes I can eat for the rest of my life. When I heard that Teriyaki Experience just launched their new soup and ramen bowls, I was excited to try them.
They're currently offering ramen for a limited time only and miso soup (a permanent item) across all Teriyaki Experience locations!
I ordered the ramen noodles with shrimp and spicy broth along with their gyoza and miso soup to try. I was disappointed in how the "spicy broth" was just their mild soup with a spoonful of chilli sauce on top (something I could've done myself!). Other than that, I really like how they use fresh ingredients and make your ramen on the spot.
If you're interested in trying these new items out, click here to get a coupon to receive $1 off any soup, as well as a buy one, get one free ramen coupon!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Teriyaki Experience, but all opinions are my own.
Tokyo Travel ItineraryThis was a rough itinerary for our week-long stay in Tokyo. Feel free to use it and share it with your friends!
Since we stayed in Tokyo the longest, we did a lot compared to the other cities. I'll try and condense this itinerary to a list with comments. Keep in mind we did a lot of exploring and shopping in between activities that aren't included in this post.
Day One (half day)
Tokyo was like another universe compared to the other two cities we stayed in. As soon as we got out of Shibuya Station, we were hit with a TON of people and lots of traffic. What an experience! I didn't know what to look at first because there were signs, people, and stores everywhere!
- Went to the famous Shibuya Crossing and visited Hachiko (the dog statue) nearby
- Uobei Sushi for dinner - (thanks for the rec, Christina!) A different type of conveyor belt sushi experience. You order on an iPad and the dishes "fly" to you on the belt. A very affordable place and perfect for solo travelers! We went back to this place a couple of times. You can also visit their parent restaurant, Genki Sushi.
Photo by @itswillwong
- Ichiran Ramen - We first discovered Ichiran during our visit to Hong Kong in 2014 and have been craving it since. This is definitely our favourite ramen place. Open 24 hours and another great spot for solo travelers because each customer gets their own booth. We went back almost everyday (and sometimes, twice a day)!