Namu - Japanese Street Food - Kingston
At £4.60, I ordered the Chicken Teriyaki with rice.
This was clearly prepared with love. It came piping hot, the chicken was pan-fried so it was crispy on the outside, and was glazed with a sticky, sweet teriyaki sauce just the way I like it.
I was surprised (especially at that price) to see that the chicken came sitting like a King on a bed of stir fried beansprouts, peppers, onions on top of a generous serving of rice.
Needless to say, I was very satisfied like a fat cat.
Anyway, don't expect glamour since you will be sitting on the street, but the food will no doubt warm you right up.
The quality and price of the food with make you want to sit through rain or snow.
I definitely will be returning, since I have my eye on the yaki soba noodles next time whenever I come back to Kingston.
Kingston Ancient Market,
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