Sunday, September 28, 2014

Went to the shopping centre to meet up with a friend for some coffee since she had about two hours to kill before taking the SkyBus from 1 Utama to the airport. It's always nice having a catch up with an old friend. We were talking so much we almost lost track of time and after hugged her goodbye, I decided to get my nails done at The Nail Parlour, even though I was a little hungry.

When Ralph came over from work that Saturday evening, he asked me what I wanted for dinner.

I simply answered "Japanese food!"

"Sweet. Sorted."

Hurrah! However, we were not in the mood for conveyor-belt sushi, but in a little-bit-of-this-little-of-that mood instead. Then I remembered hearing about this Japanese Restaurant on the lower ground floor, so we went there.

I'm kinda glad we went there because they offer a variety of teishoku (set meals) too!

Negi Takoyaki (RM6.80 / 6pcs) - fried octopus balls (hmmm, do they have balls?) which I'm sure many would enjoy that. I know Ralph did.

And he decided to go for the Tonkotsu Hanchan Set (RM22).

Ocha (RM2) & Iced Honey Lemon Ocha (RM4)

I think the only time I drink green tea is when I'm in a Japanese restaurant.

Yes, of course, I ordered Salmon Sashimi Set (RM24); I gotta have my raw salmon! Then there's the bowl of steaming rice, salad, chawanmushi, temaki and tempura, all drizzled with a savory (and slightly sweet) thick soy sauce, with miso soup on the side. Everything was very tasty (especially the rice) and I enjoyed every bite.

I left feeling full, but not stuffed, and didn't need to run to KyoChon after this meal to get any fried chicken! Ralph, on the other hand, said his pants were getting tighter hahaha. Well, I'm not a fan of octopus, so he ended up eating all six octo-balls. Is he a friggin fan or what?!

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