yesterday was a good day
Why, hello there December ♥
Since I started blogging more regularly this year, I realised I have started to appreciate the good moments in my life that I used to take for granted :) All the good food, amazing friendships and the little things that we should be living for.
So anyway, yesterday was a good day.
Edited to add, by the time you’re reading this… it’s actually last weekend. That’s how long I take to draft my posts wtf
We woke up, went for our usual brows threading appointment at 100AM and had ramen at Keisuke Tori King.
My favourite ramen joint in Singapore after Ippudo… and the real reason is, I love these bean sprouts. Marinated and served cold, they make an amazing appetiser and I can easily eat like 4 to 5 portions. The sesame seeds are for you to grind and add to your soup.
Nom nom nom. This is the original full topping version. The whole grilled chicken thigh is damn super yummy! I generally try to go low carb (though not very successful these days haha) so the bean sprouts plus the egg, chicken and soup actually fills me up so much I don’t really eat the noodles.
Our secret to having the chicken - ask for their special chilli sauce and mix in some Japanese mayo. Looks a little gross, but tastes a whole lotta awesome.
That’s the Japanese mayo readily available on the table. Along with free-flow hardboiled eggs.
The hubs peeling his egg lol.
Had dessert at Tsujiri. Green tea and red bean were totally made for each other!
Went for a blowout. (I will blog about my favourite blowout places soon!)
Decided to go for super loose waves that looked really good in real life but doesn’t photograph as well unfortunately.
Went for dinner with the hub’s colleagues at Seafood Paradise. The branch at the Flyer is our go-to place for seafood. We went there for Valentine’s Day this year and celebrate his birthday there as well (yet to blog…#backlog).
CREAMY BUTTER CRAB. Nom nom nom. We always order the same dishes when we are there and the food’s consistently good!
And that’s the only food picture I have. Was too paiseh to take pictures with his friends around wtf.
Adjourned to the Westin for drinks.
I love their bar - Cook & Brew. The luxe interior reminded me a lot of The Speakeasy in Bangkok but a lot less crowded. I think it’s because it just opened.
The furnishing was very comfortable and inviting and it felt a lot like a penthouse in Manhattan. You know, how Harvey Spector’s place looks like.
Alongside an amazing view too.
I have a huge soft spot for Singapore’s city lights.
Best pictures I can capture with the iPhone… didn’t bring my camera out cause I don’t usually do blogging stuff when I’m out with the boys.
Toilet lighting was somehow good for selfies LOL. Need to botox that fat face again soon :(
The boys loved the hugeeeee variety of beers on the menu - 107 in total i think ;)
Endex-ed at 1am… which is way past my bedtime wtf. #gettingold
Woke up at noon to these pretty blooms.
Thank you, Melissa :)
Ordered Mcdonalds in - junk food after a late night’s just so awesome.
Basically lazed my Sunday away in preparation for the new work week ahead.
We have some AMAZING new arrivals that just went up at ClubCouture, go see go see!