Got these little octopus balls from the street vendor next to Nanba Grand Kagetsu revue venue. 20 odd years ago, they would never put mayo on these things. These days it's put on almost as a default. I had to specifically ask not to have any mayo on it. My gourmet friend thinks that mayo can mask the mediocrity to bring the food to "edible" level as mayo coats taste buds with emulsified egg, essentially numbing them out. Anyway. These were pretty alright; maybe because this was my breakfast...
Saturday, October 29, 2011
|T3 Transit Hotel room. SGD80 for 6 hours.|
Heard good things about this place. Supposedly the owner/operator was a contestant on Masterchef. Not that I cared such things; as long as the food is good and the price is reasonable. So bunch of us headed into the city for the polenta experience.
Gnocci as an entree. Nicely done.
Had the right consistency according to the Italian sitting next to me..
Banana donuts for dessert. To be honest, it was a bit boring, though it tasted good.
Just as usual, I went out for the customary Thursday lunch. The wind today took me to the Dumpling King on King William Street in the City. I've wanted to come here for some time and I did; but just about every time I went, the place was packed out and I didn't have the patience to wait in line. This time though I got lucky (or maybe because I rocked up at 11:30 for a lunch) and got myself a table. And I went for a...
Thursday, October 27, 2011
We booked for the Christmas lunch at this place straight after we came home after having a lunch here one day. We loved it that much. And it did not disappoint this time round either.
And the dessert was good too.
Posted by Mikimoto2k at 10:19 AM
Went here for a colleague's birthday lunch. Saw it won the prize for "best steak in Adelaide" so I had to give a go. We saw that this slow cooked steak was on the special so I decided to get one with melted butter on the side.