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Thursday, 30 October 2008



The oyster shooter reminds me of AngoTei oyster shoot but with a quail yolk to go down along with the oyster. It was so delectable.


Those oyster shooter reminds me of angotei back in the days. Oyster shoot with a quail yolk, it was so good.


i had some thai today and took some pictures with a camera =)

when you eat/drink the oyster shooter, do you take a "shot" meaning do you swallow it whole? or do you chew on the oyster? i've never swallowed it because i feel like it'd be a waste not to chew it...2 for 3.50 that's a nice deal and nice of them to do it for ya. i love raw oysters!


the oyster shooter looks and sounds interesting, and as oyster season is about to begin in Japan it'll be a good thing to try.


I just read about angotei, Bill and it looks like someplace I would have enjoyed. It hasn't even been gone a year yet...
These shooters didn't have a quail egg in them though. They are tasty with the 'sauce'.
I pulled out the oysters and ate them with my chopsticks, I could savor them. Then I drank the tangy 'sauce' separately(first time without squeezing the lime in but using lime on the second one). There were two oysters in each shot glass. Small ones, but tasty. The Mister doesn't like raw oysters, so it was all for me.
Do try it, Nate. More interesting than just raw. Although if in season, you will be getting fresh no matter what. Thanks for stopping by this side of the blog.

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