Oct 29
Brunei – Sushi Tei
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Sushi Tei is located in Gadong in Brunei at the shops just in front of the Centerpoint Hotel. This is by far one of the better Japanese food I have tried in Brunei. The other great thing is that they are giving 30% on their a-la-carte menu *yippie*

I ordered the mix sashimi tei special set, at only B$9.90, you get 3 yellow fin tuna, 2 sashimi salmon, 2 abura bozu, 1 tako, 2 hotate, 2 tamago, 1 rice, 1 miso soup 1 appetizer & 1 salad!!! Talk about value for money!

Other goodies here includes their grilled seafood served in a hot plate as well as the deep fried octopus.


This is a great place with nice cozy environment and provides great value too!

Sep 27
Korea – Eulwang Beach Front
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Was on my way to the US via Seoul and had a 6 hours transit at the Incheon Airport. Besides the sea of pretty looking ladies, Korean seems to be crazy about Duty Free! In the flight or at the airport, duty free are hot and the queue are long! I wonder why?

After rounding the airport to see what is there to be done for the long stopped, I found this brochure on short 1 hour temple tour that cost US$5.00 per person. After going through all the hassle of security check and reaching the tour desk, I was told that the next departing tour is full and the next one will be too late. So, we were recommended to do the go check out the casino which is 2 minutes away from the airport.

After going through the immigration (I must say, the immigration officer is really pretty and sweet :o) and talking to the lady at the tourist desk, I decided to go to the Eulwang Beach is about 15 minutes away by bus. The bus ride there cost 1,000 korean won which is about US$1.00. The bus driver was surprisingly very kind and told me where to stop.

Eulwang beach turns out to be a seaside area near the airport which are frequent by the city folks at Seoul to escape the city, relax at some of the small hotels there and have seafood by the sea. It seems to be a popular place for mountain biking too with many full equipped mountain bikers cycling and stopping by the beach.

The whole stretch facing the beach are mainly seafood restaurant and all of them will have someone standing outside recruiting customers. As you walk, they will approach you and they will even walk up to passing cars to find customers, its that fierce the competition but they are all friendly, well, not that I understand what they are saying anyway :P. But I learnt that giving a ultraman X and they will stop asking immediately, not sure if that is rude, hahaha… but it works!

Anyhow, with very little Korean Won in the pocket, finally decided to sit down at one of the shop, and this uncle owner seems to know a bit of English and is very friendly and kind. After much finger pointing, ordered a Kimchi for 5,000 won and a bowl of udon for another 5,000 won. Water is free and they served 4 different starters and 1 small spicy plate chili to go with the food. The kimchi is really nice, it have vegetables and pork in it with a bowl of rice. The udon is served in potato soup with lala (calms). Overall, I would say the food are really good and tasty is really much better than a lot of kimchi I have tried.

The owner even loan me some loose change in case there is not enough money to go back to the airport by bus and I would definately want to go back 1 day and say thanks and try some good bbq seafood (expensive but looks good) there.

The bbq seafood seems to be a popular thing there, basically it a big piece of charcoal which the lady will first flame it then put in a pot in the middle of the table then cover with a hot plate. Various seafood like oysters, big calms are then place on top to grilled! They also have this small fishes which are bbq and serve, look yummy but cost like 20,000 to 60,000 won depending on what you order, not cheap at all!!!

Overall, its a nice place to look and see, not on a Korean holiday but great for a long transit ;). Komapsumnida (thank you in Korean).

Sep 27
Brunei – Jenny’s Beef Noodles House
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Another Chinese makan place I found in Kiulap, Brunei, by the name of the place, its good for their beef noodles. I ordered their “mar lat” beef noodles which is basically a herbal like beef noodles with slight spicy taste. The soup is light, not too heavy with big chunks of very soft and tender beef.

Not sure if the taste over this side are typically more plain but I find it much better to eat with a little more soya sauce to salt it up. This place a lot of other choices whether you are looking for noodles, rice, dishes, etc.

Had a cup of ginseng red dates drink to go with my noodles and it was all good. The noodles plus my drink is about Brunei $6.00.

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