DONBURI & SPOON

Saturday, March 29, 2014





First up, come dressed in yo best dirty clothes cause you gon get staaaaanky.

Olfactory side effects aside, you best come hungry too.
Even though the menu is pretty simple, everything looked so good it was hard to decide what to order anyways (I'm coming back for you, unagi). It's nice how you can either indulge yourself in some hearty katsudon (the pork rice bowl) or sakedon (salmon sashimi) if you're feeling not-so-hungry. But I will warn you that if you're looking for a healthy dose of veggies, the closest thing to green I saw was wasabi.

Atmosphere itself is pretty trendy; the only seating is a bar counter, and you get to watch the cooks make your food (and drool as you watch them serve the people who ordered before you).

For the price, the location (yeah no kidding when they say it's tiny; I definitely walked right past it the first time I tried looking for it), and the tasty explosions of carbs and fried goodness (and oh my lord those caramelized onions) in your mouth - Donburi's a hard one to beat.

Bottom Line: A+
Love the concept. Love the food - crispy fried meat cutlets, caramelized onions, and tangy peppers on a heavenly bed of perfectly cooked rice - yup, carbfat rice bowl heaven. Don't really love the stank, but then again we Asians are known for good-tasting food and not necessarily good smelling. 



Of course we couldn't resist Round 2 at Spoon with pearl slushies. 

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