Munchies March, lots of food makes it into my top 5!
Artichoke served Middle Eastern cuisine which might not suit everyone’s taste. I’m a fan of pita and hummus so when bestie asked if I would like to give it a try, I’m all game for it. We ordered “Give It To Me Baby”. We won’t know what will be served, the chef will decide 6-8 dishes for us. Everything is a surprise, a pleasant surprise.
The Hot Skillet Prawns is my personal favourite. The prawns were super succulent served with cream sauce. A must try!
2. Marks & Spencer Sour Cream & Chilli Lentil Curls
First, the lentil chips are extremely yummy and addictive. I can easily finish 5 packages by myself! See the guilt-free snacking label, it makes snacking more enjoyable 😛
3. Teppei Syokudo
Many of my friends having been raving about Teppei Syokudo but I never tried it. The Four Fingers opposite it (at ION) just keep distracting me. I finally tried it after my colleagues suggested going there for lunch. And I LOVE IT!
The concept is making your own chirashi don. The selection is quite good and the ingredients are very fresh. If you are on a low carb diet, there is an option to choose salad base.
Website: Teppei Syokudo
4. Fun in the Sun Challenge
Exercising on a weekend is always the most difficult, being out from Monday to Friday just makes me wants to stay at home during the weekends. Activities like this makes exercising on a weekend easier, with a bonus. It’s fun too.
5. Tao Kae Noi Seaweed Tempura
Another chips makes it to my top 5. Seaweed tempera is not something new and I used to like it during my university days. Back then, my favourite flavour was tomato seaweed. The craving just hit me suddenly and I’m always in the hunt to get the original style (which is my favourite!).