The Konbini salad is new! With very generous mango, avocado, and crabstick, mixed with lettuce and cucumber strips, it's filling and very tasty. Good paired with the Super California roll which has grilled unagi and wasabi. I had it with a cold Suntory honey and lemon drink.
The vegetable and fruit juices are back in stock. These are some of my personal picks.
And having Japanese food at home is so much easier and more authentic with the sauces you can find in Konbini.
Try these ready-to-eat appetizers-- mustard stalks, mushrooms, and mustard leaves. They're healthy, nutritious and delicious.
Meidi-ya 100% wagyu beef in a smart cup is ready-to-eat and very delicious. And the Soken corned beef is Kobe beef-in-a-can! People buy these by the boxes!
For breakfast, consider their new soy and fruit granola, and their rice and bran cereal choices. I chow them down mixed with cold milk, yogurt, and some honey.
This is a "hopia-like" biscuit made of baked sweet potato. It's very tasty!
If you like cheese (I love nibbling on cheese), try the QBB smoked cheese. In spicy and regular variants. I'm looking forward to trying these with some wine.
I also love to nibble on these almonds for snacking, either with dried fish or coated with wasabi and cheese. These are great finds, especially the boiled peanuts.
Another healthy snack alternative: the dried fruit, in orange, apple-mango and peach. Handy to bring along too.
I saw some new biscuits-- coconut sable, sesame sable and 3-nut sable. They also again have my favorite wheat wafers.
And this is the fresh kani kama. It comes with vinegar sauce. They bring this in hand-carried every Tuesday and Friday. Very very good!
Konbini Store is along Connecticut Street in Greenhills.
It's open Mondays to Wednesdays at 11am to 8pm, Thursdays to Sundays at 11am to 9pm.