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Saturday, 20 December 2014



lots of oysters, wow:)


It was an oysterfest indeed Kat!


Looks good, especially those grilled oysters. I like how they were grilled simply, without all the garlic butter and cheese that they put on grilled oysters here in the states. Looks like they were worth the uncomfortable seating position!

Som Tommy

I have got to visit here someday


They were Jason. Nice and perfectly flavored without all the other stuff....

You should ST!


Grill oysters are awesome, especially when it comes out super crispy.


And smokey Billy!


How funny. My parents came back from Japan in the 70's with a picture of that torii. And so when I did my second grade project on Japan, I built a model of it, and it looked exactly like the one on your plate of oysters.


Lol Jan.....they stole your design!

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