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What to eat at Takashimaya, Basement 2
Welcome to the world of Japanese snack foods - takoyaki, taiyaki, yakitori and nori crackers are just a few of the mini bites you can stock up on.
5 August 2013 10:07 AM | Updated 06 Aug 2013
By Priyanka Chand Agarwal
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Make your way to Takashimaya department store's basement level 2 and enter Japanese snack food heaven. Ditch the food court fare (on the left) and wander the aisles to fill your tummies - you can, with the free samples alone. Although a few Parisian bakeries, a Korean snack shop and even a Harrods store vie for your attention, the winning eats here are the Japanese snacks. We tell you what to eat and what to buy.
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