I used to love taking photographs during outings with the hubby, but more so of the food. Recently, I've grown a little lazy to take that many photos as before. Looking at my photo folders in 2011 and 2012, I could see an apparent decrease in the number of folders.
As usual, here's a backdated entry sharing with all of you a mishmash of photos from our outings.
~*Lazy Sunday Breakfast at 3pm*~
Due to our night owl lifestyle and few hours of sleep per day, kh and I tend to sleep in on Sundays whenever possible. We would wake up and crave for breakfast food only to bemoan that breakfast is long over.
Privé Cafe is one of those places in Singapore that serves breakfast till late and hence we decided to check out that cafe one lazy Sunday afternoon.
The cafe is located by Keppel Bay. We marvelled at the many yachts there and imagined that we owned them.
Coffee would always be for him and tea for the madam.
Prawn Bisque and smoked salmon for appetizer
Prive's Ultimate Brekkie for him and Eggs Royale for me
What a delicious and hearty breakfast!
Although we were full, I just had to have my dessert to end the meal.
After breakfast, we strolled along the bay and pretended like we were looking for our yacht.
Outfit of the day:
♥ Fleur Faerie Slouchy Beach Top in Cream
♥ No label inner lace spag top
♥ No label brown cardigan
♥ No label pink capri
♥ Green Petals bird and flower necklace
♥ DMK nude chunky heels/ clogs
~*A Lamborghini for His iPad Please*~
Since kh can't afford a Lamborghini, his next best option was to settle for a Lamborghini iPad cover.
We ended our day with ramen and soothing Japanese tea.
I've set my ramen benchmark as Santouka and so every other ramen seems to disappoint me without a doubt.
~*Button, you must wander*~
Button, you must wander, wander, wander.
Button, you must wander everywhere!
Whenever I see many buttons, I would think of this song but I could never quite understand what this song was about when I was young. You see, I thought it was "wonder" and so I often wondered why the buttons had to wonder.
It is the same pink capri again. I wonder if anyone else hangs their many clothes on a rack and would wear the same few clothes for every outing during a certain time period.
Kh really liked to spoil my shots.
Asked him to smile... he showed me serious face.
Asked him to show serious face... he smiled like a clown.
Ever noticed how when an eatery begins to have its chains sprouting everywhere, standard would tend to decline? Not for TCC. TCC has maintained its standard and is one of our favourite chain cafes.
Anyway, I thought TCC stands for "The Coffee Connoisseur". All of a sudden, it became "The Connoisseur Concerto". The hubby also remembered the former. Have we been mistaken all along?
~*Hoshigaoka Japanese Restaurant*~
Our off day happened to fall on the same day that week and so we went out running errands together.
We rewarded our growling bellies at the end of the day at a place with no queue-- Hoshigaoka Japanese Restaurant. The food was not too bad for a restaurant with no queue.
The stripes were totally spontaneous.
There are many ardent fans of Wasabi Tei at Far East Plaza as evident from the long queue. Kh and I are never those who queue for food. In case you are newly acquainted with us, I've to tell you that we are pigs which are forever dying of famine. Hence, we do not believe in waiting in a long line when it comes to food.
I do not think that the food is that great as of its service and I don't think we would be back again. This 16-seater has many house rules and the author of this blog has done a remarkable job in describing Wasabi Tei's service and house rules.
~*Katong Laksa and Sushi Tei*~
I don't know which is the original "Katong Laksa" but I do know that the contents in our bowl do not in any way bear any striking resemblance to what was depicted in the poster. This is the one at Queensway Shopping Centre. Any of you out there know how authentic this Katong Laksa is?
Fortunately, the taste was gratifying enough for me to satisfy our Katong Laksa craving. We lapped up everything including the spicy gravy.
We have a bad English sign right in Queensway Shopping Centre!
It is actually a case of words with multiple meanings and the subsequent translation boo boo.
Dinner was at Sushi Tei which was another of our favourite chain eateries.
I absolutely love green tea/ macha desserts and drinks.
Oh, how we love our food!
I know that I have come to the end of my post and it is a little too late to say this. I do hope that none of you are viewing this post on an empty stomach like what I am doing right now. Trust me, it is a torture.
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