Last week, Honorable Rat diverted a little. I diverted from my usual path of reviewing food from Tokyo Disney Resort. I diverted to my recent dining adventures in Oahu, a spicy noodly adventure here in Tokyo and a take home version of that spicy noodly adventure. I took a nice little vacation away from writing about Tokyo Disney. This little vacation made me realize one thing. It made me realize how much I love writing about Tokyo Disney. Sharing information on Tokyo Disney gives me that magical feeling. It makes me feel so good, knowing that I'm sharing information that might help someone have a stellar time, at one of my favorite places in the whole wide world!
For my comeback, I headed to Vulcania Restaurant and got myself a Fried Rice with Char Siu & Egg. This dish costs 950 yen. Fried Rice with Char Siu & Egg contains fried rice, char siu, egg and minuscule amounts of spring onions. In my humble opinion, that's a lot to be paying for a simple fried rice dish. It's just fried rice with egg and char siu for crying out loud! Oh sorry, almost forgot to mention the spring onions. This dish will have to taste super amazing for it to justify it's price.
So, did it taste super amazing? Forget about amazing. I can't even use the word 'good' for this. It's light years from being 'good'. In fact, it was super bland. The complete opposite of super amazing.Give me about five minutes with leftover rice and I will be able to cook this up for you. If you pay me 950 yen, I'll even add some vegetables to this. You know what?! I'll even add some sauce for you. That's how generous I am.
In Singapore, I'll be able to get a plate of black pepper venison fried rice for way less than this. The dude cooking the fried rice will even throw in some spring onions to the dish. If you're lucky, some of his sweat might even drip into the fried rice, adding some flavor to it. I would rather spend my money on that. Yes, you heard it! I'd rather spend my hard earned money on fried rice with sweat than Vulcania Restaurant's Fried Rice with Char Siu & Egg, which, in my humble opinion, is a complete waste of stomach space. I'm never gonna spend my money on this again! Simply put, it's one of the most boring dishes that I've ever tasted and seen. Tokyo Disney, Honorable Rat is back! You missed me, didn't you?
Honorable Rating: Daylight Robbery (1/5)