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Tuesday, 18 April 2006



Hi Jo - I'll ask them next time I visit.

Andy 美國土子

The last time I had hot pot at Kingswood was perhaps 10 years ago... but I was there for Tepanyaki earlier this year... despite the tired worn out unappealing interior of the restaurant and the strong oily scent, the food is surprisingly good for a very good price. Much better than Tokyo Wako's and other trendy tapenyaki places. The bad side is that restaurant is dumpy and that you smell as though your shirt was used as a filter for the vent hood, absorbing all the oil and sizzle rising into the air.


Hi Andy - It was pretty darn hot in the restaurant, but we were far from the Teppan griddle. They sure do a bang up business.

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