喰過ぎ kuisugi (rōmaji) – [noun]  eating to excess, gluttony, foodie guide on best places to stuff your face silly in Tokyo and other parts of Japan. May include occasional jaunts to my own kitchen and other parts of the world.

The Discerning Devourer’s Picks

  • Fire House Burger

    Ask any burger lover in Tokyo which are their favorite burger joints in the city, and Fire House is likely to be in that list. They have been in business in Hongo 3-Chome since 1996, and their continued success have led to a second delivery shop around the Shinbashi area. […]

  • Due Italian

    The owner of Due Italian is an accomplished and experienced chef who has had a string of successful restaurants. According to his homepage profile, the had a revelation about ramen. He wanted to make ramen that is delicate and suitable for the consumption of everyone from young children to the […]

  • 四川担担麺 阿吽 (Tan Tan Men Aun)

    Fortune smiled upon me when I came upon this place. I walked past this shop on my way to Daiki (a ramen restaurant in Yushima well known for their shio ramen), the fact that Aun specializes in tan tan men and had a long line of eager customers caught my […]

赤坂麺処友 (Tomo)

赤坂麺処友 (Tomo)

Ramen Tomo is located in one of the less busy parts of Akasaka, just a stone's throw away from the Akasaka 2-chome police box. However, if you're in the mood for ramen in the Akasaka area, this is probably your best bet. It is the second highest rated ramen restaurant...

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Temptations Restaurant

Temptations Restaurant

Temptations Restaurant is a Western restaurant located at Bandar Mahkota Cheras, a suburb area outside Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. It is a family run business where the owner himself is the chef, assisted by his wife. In the evenings and on weekends, two of his kids...

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Munch’s Burger Shack

Munch’s Burger Shack

Munch's is located in a quiet location off the main Shiba shopping street. The shiba shopping street association have collectively banded together to promote "Shibakara" as the place in Tokyo to ignite your culinary senses. I initially heard about Munch's from a...

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