Donburi Review


505 Highway 7


Cuisine: Japanese

Type: Casual

Price: Cheap


Atmosphere: 7/10

Food: 7/10

Service: 5/10

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Donburi was something I stumbled on when I was trying to find a middle point for me and a friend to meet up. It turned out to be a hidden gem with huge portions!

We decided to try the Takoyaki and I was glad it had the sauces and garnishes. It wasn’t bad but still not the best I’ve ever had. The dough was partially chewy and the octopus piece was a good size.

The Donburi Gyuu Don is one of their classics and comes in a fairly large bowl with a lot of meat! It’s flavoured nicely and isn’t bland so you’ll have no problem finishing it! The rice is also partially wet and sticky like it’s supposed to be.

The Chicken Oyako Don was what I chose because I love eggs with my rice :). The onions were even super sweet and grilled to a soft texture so I had no problem eating it. The rice to topping ratio is just right and I wouldn’t change it.

This place is a little hidden but worth a try if you’re in the area. Try to avoid dinner rushes though since it fills up fast! It’s family friendly so a lot of groups come in at the same time.

Prison Surprise


*1 package on instant noodles/ramen (remove seasoning)
*canned mackerel or tuna
*hot sauce

Have you ever wondered what you could make with limited ingredients? It’s what prisoners have to do all the time and they can get quite creative. I wondered what one of their creations would taste like so I decided to test it out!

Source: Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook by Albert Prodigy Johnson

Creme Brulee


*6 egg yolks
*6 tablespoons white sugar, divided
*1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
*2-1/2 cups heavy cream
*2 tablespoons brown sugar

The classic creme brulee is so yummy and quite easy to make, it just takes a bit of prep work. The ingredients are simply enough. And no matter what people tell you, everything is better with a torch!


Cinnamon Sugar Apple Puff Pastry


*1 sheet puff pastry, thawed
*1/2 cup sugar
*2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
*1/4 teaspoon salt
*1 large egg + 1 teaspoon water
*1 large apple, very thinly sliced
*caramel for serving, optional

This is so quick and easy to make that it only requires simple ingredients. Perfect for those last minute pot lucks! Although the caramel is optional, I highly recommend it!


Strawberry Shortcake in a Jar


*1 box of yellow cake mix prepared and baked into cupcakes
*1 pound of strawberries, washed, and sliced into bite size pieces
*1 Tbsp of sugar
*1 cup heavy whipping cream
*1 Tbsp powdered sugar
*1 tsp pure vanilla extract
*6 plastic cups or Jars

My favourite cake of all time is strawberry shortcake and having it in a jar means I can portion it out and take it with me on the go! I cannot stress how good this cake is even though it’s probably the most hideous thing you’ve ever seen, lol. Give it a try and let me know!


Kimbap (Korean Rice Rolls)


Main Ingredients:
4 Sheets Dried Laver
4 Oz Yellow Pickled Radish
Crab Meat
3 Eggs

Rice Ingredients:
2 Generous Cups Cooked Short Grain Rice
1 Tbsp Sesame Seeds
½ Tbsp Sesame Oil
¼ tsp Salt

Spinach Ingredients:
8-16 Oz Baby Spinach, boiled
1 tsp Sesame Oil
½ tsp Garlic, Minced
2 Pinches Salt

One of my favourite things to make because it’s so easy and I have yet to meet someone who will say no if offered. You can put anything you want inside it and it’s super addictive!