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Western Food in Different Countries

Ah, feels good to be back in Japan after a week. I missed my Ramen(noodles)... ;_;

Unlike Singapore and Malaysia, where the food comes from all parts of the world, the food in Japan is kinda limited if the area you are in has not much selections. This is especially notable in places further away from the main city areas. Most people around my area only have the choice of ramen, chuka(Chinese), Japanese, and so on...

So most of the time in Singapore and Malaysia, I tend to opt for Thai, Indonesian or Malay food XD


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Anyway, one day during our trip to Malaysia, we decided to try western food for a change.
The western food also differs from place to place. For example, the food in America is mostly steaks and burgers. In Japan, it mostly consists of hamburgs(burger patties without the bun). In Malaysia, it's mostly chicken as most of the food there is halal, meaning no pork is allowed.

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It turns out that most of us ordered the pasta, lol. I had the macaroni and cheese coz I just can't seem to find it in Japan... odd.

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Saizeria doesnt have cheese nor macaroni?

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Surprisingly, I can't find many Saizeria outlets... mostly Lotteria and various other Family Reataurants.

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