Never, and i mean NEVER ever go to GIANT on a saturday night. The crowds' so bad you wonder whether traffic lights ought to be installed to control the "traffic". N the way people push their trolleys? OMGawd you wouldnt want me to go into detail. Perhaps trolleys ought to come with side mirrors and horns too. Trolley licenses, maybe.
Anyway, we (Family) brought Grandma to Giant for a grocery shopping spree after a heavy dinner at Sakae Sushi. The slow moving traffic along Tampines Road kinda made the journey to Giant seem like FOREVER.
Grandma had Tempura Ramen while Mom had some curry katsu rice tingy. Pretty average i say. The rest of us had sushi ala-cart style. The sushi rice wasnt up to standards though. They tasted like yesternight's left over, mushy and clumped up together. Yucks. N their tempura ice-cream wasnt to my liking either. I was expecting the outer layer to be light and crispy like how a tempura batter ought to be but NOOOO, it turned out to be soft, mushy, and thick and tasted like bread gone soggy. BOO.
But the soft-shell crab Maki kinda made up for everything. HeHeh. After all, its Sakae Sushi, how high can my expectations go? Service was pretty good. There was this particular waitress who actually made sure my grandma wouldnt trip over the step. Impressive.
N guess wat i had for breakfast today???
OOH LaLa... Mc-Griddles!
The bread is actually infused with maple syrup! Its like a 2 in 1 kinda thing as it has the ability to satisfy both your hotcakes and sausage mcmuffin with egg cravings all at one go!
Check out the CHEEEEESE.
You know, I always tell dar, no matter how late you are, or how not hungry you feel, never ever forgo your breakfast or leave house with an empty stomach. And the same goes for all you lovely people. It not only starts your day proper by giving you sufficient energy to kick start your day, it also prevents binging in the later part of the afternoon and overeating during lunch.
That's just my two cents worth of digestable Food for Thought.