My columns in the past two weeks on Japanese cuisine and fusion have drawn some comments from friends and readers. Some would like to try Japanese cooking, but they’re worried about the cost of the ingredients and wasting them.
Named for the world-famous Italian coffee that it brews, Barista Lavazza has lured me a couple of times since it opened two months ago with its tasty espresso and Oreo cheesecake.
As the front page of the menus at Phayre’s Gastronomy explain, the new restaurant takes its name from Arthur Purves Phayre, a the first Commissioner of British Burma who at one time had the street we now know as Pansodan Road named after him.
Parami pizza, the latest offering from the Union-Gekko hospitality juggernaut, provides a family-friendly venue poised to cater to the apparently booming expat population out toward 8 Mile.