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Poporo: Bento with Gusto

Poporo Restaurant at Market City, Haymarket

Japanese food is one of the most appetizing dishes and healthiest amongst various Asian cuisine. Known for their diet that range from different veggies to various types of fish and other seafood, it is no surprise that Japanese people are amongst those who have a life expectancy that is longer  than the rest of the world (Their mean age is 82 years!).

One of the best Japanese restaurants around Sydney is located at Market City, in Haymarket, known as the Chinatown of Sydney CBD. The place, aptly known as Poporo, is a modern-inspired Japanese restaurant with the fusion of styles of the minimalist and the hippies. With this in mind, at first glance, it is no wonder that most of its clientele are university students and young professionals.

Poporo’s delightful range of Japanese dishes and drinks are inexpensive and very much affordable to its young customers. However, if one is to choose a variety of dishes, it would be best to go for their Bento boxes which are worth their price and taste plus its with a variety of small choices from their authentic range. It comes with a miso soup, hot and flavourful; a choice of main dish; a cupful of well-cooked, steamy rice; and side dishes of fresh salad and sushi. These meal boxes, which are very common in Japanese restaurants, will give one a taste of a mixture of Japanese cuisine.

Once in Poporo, services are quick and outstanding. Service crews are welcoming and nice. Ordered dishes are quickly served as well. Together with its friendly atmosphere it is whole, great food experience.

With the excellent service, great food and its affordability; it is, suffice to say, that Poporo  makes one experience Japanese cuisine with gusto!


4 thoughts on “Poporo: Bento with Gusto

  1. Great lunchbox option! 🙂

    Posted by Louise | July 29, 2012, 11:10 PM
  2. Great indeed! 🙂

    Posted by thebudgetwanderer | July 30, 2012, 11:16 AM
  3. I have been in this place a couple of times, and their food is simply delicious.

    Posted by Neha | August 4, 2012, 12:53 PM
  4. We totally agree with you Neha! 🙂

    Posted by thebudgetwanderer | August 4, 2012, 1:47 PM

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