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Kobe Teppanyaki, Doncaster East (Invited)

Kobe Teppanyaki situated in the office building shop 7 / 261-265 Blackburn Road, Doncaster East. You hardly miss this place cause it’s located in the office building and you’ll see the Kobe Teppanyaki sign.
It might be a challenge to travel using Public Transport but no worries by private vehicle because there are plenty underground car parks available in the building;
We’re glad to be invited by Kobe Team to have the Teppanyaki experience.

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Yakiniku Don, Melb CBD

We came across this restaurant by chance. We initially want to go to our usual place to have a Gyutan Don, but then we remembered the price of the dish went up again and we felt like it’s just not worth it to eat that dish in that restaurant anymore.
So we decided to start our journey to find a new nice place to enjoy Gyutan Don. Then we searched for new Japanese rice place and came across this place.

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Aya Teppanyaki, Armadale

This time we’d like to celebrate Adrianne’s birthday to have something fun and exciting while we’re having dinner, of course it’s teppanyaki.
We received the online deal while we’re browsing for a place and decided to go to Aya Teppanyaki for a good deal and high ratings for $88.00 (two people).
Checked on our trusted food review apps “Zomato” and the rating’s quite outstanding 4.1/5.0
Locked the day and off we go!

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Monochrome Coffee and Tea, South Yarra (Invited)

nochrome Coffee and Tea is a newly opened cafe (just couple months old) situated in busy Toorak Road, South Yarra.
Perfectly located, just minutes away from South Yarra station and a minute walking distance to tram stop if you use public transport and plenty on the street car parks available along Chapel Street or Toorak Road.
We’re glad to be invited by Monochrome’s team to have brunch and coffee experience in this cafe.

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Bosozoku, South Yarra (Invited)

Bosozoku is a Japanese biker gangs inspired bar tucked in Bray Street, South Yarra.
It’s a cool looking, funky and fun bar where you can enjoy having beer, burgers, karaoke, sake, playing pool and table tennis.
Ohhh if you’re Nintendo lovers, yes there is a semi private room with Nintendo 64 console set up and ready for you to play while waiting for your food.
We’re delighted to be invited to try their newly revised winter menu.

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Miss Kasumi, Kew (Invited)

The restaurant stategically situated in the heart of Kew on High Street.
Though it’s newly opened couple months back, this contemporary Japanese restaurant has successfully impressed usΒ through their food and customer service up to the professional standard.
We went there on the weekday and it was raining, not a good weather;
surprisingly the place was still busy, surely they’ve won Melbournians’ heart and neighbourhood.

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