Hello World, its SUNDAY
Drove to church early this morning. You know, the world may see Christianity as a religion, but to me/us, its more than just a religion, its a RELATIONSHIP.
Anyway, dar rode over, after his game of soccer, to meet me for lunch. Lunched at Chinatown. Suggested having Chiew Kee's Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle. Its simply delicious. I LOVEEE how their sauce compliments their tender chicken meat. Never fails to impress, that's for sure.
Proceeded to Holland V thereafter to get some baking utensils/ingredients. They've so many things there! Dar had a hard time trying to get my butt outta that place. I bet he had an even harder time trying to reject the idea of getting a $52 digital thermometer (its an oven thermometer, LOL) for his bike.
After much time spent in the baking store, we decided to ride down to Tanglin Shopping Center to have our fave peanutbutter milkshake! Sadly, Steeple's Deli was closed. Just when i tot i'd discard my low-fat diet for some heavy calorie milkshakes. BOO.
Settled for some drinks over at Shaw's TCC. Dar had a Hazelnut Frapp with an extra dosage of hazelnut as requested.
I had a NUTELLO! Its simply an espresso shot with lashings of nutella!
I LOVE it!
The size difference
In fact, i LOVE TCC! Hahah.
Dinner at Bedok South. Lots of yummilicious food stuff over here. From Hill Street Char Kway Teow to Fei Fei Wanton Noodles to Rojak and the cheapest Yong Tau Foo at 15cents a piece! You name it they have it, all under one roof!
I had a chicken cutlet don while dar had a katsu don. They were featured on Channel 8's Buzzing Cashier Variety Programme.
Its pretty good! The egg yolk was still semi-watery and chicken cutlet don? That's definitely a first time for me.
Im not exactly a huge fan of katsu don's as i still prefer to have my meats crisp and un-soggy but overall, a very good attempt for a Japanese Hawker Stall and certainly worth another visit.
N that's my SUNDAY