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Saturday, May 08, 2010

OmU RiCe @ MaNpUkU

Ohh my friends.... I found some pictures of the meal I ate tonight!

And fyi, the Japanese Food Court was Manpuku :p
and the meal that I had was Mix Sauce Omu Rice :D

Here are some pictures I got from another website ( I don't mean to copy cat, I will take my own pictures though next time heheh :p) Btw, thanks a lot to

This is the Mix Sauce Omu Rice that I ate :)

It costs only $6.50 and it is so worth it!

And this is the front view of Manpuku - Japanese FoodCourt at Tampines 1 Mall. What's cool about it is that they put the food samples in the window! And you know what, I was quite surprised because when the food was served, it was exactly look like the sample in the front window! Hahah. Well, I say this because usually you get what you thought would be as much or as delicious as you'd see in the pictures, but then what you get is a least disappointment, right? :p

all of the pictures here are taken from

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HaPpY SaTuRdAy

Today was an almost barely boring day aha.... I thought I was just going to stay at home and enjoy the bed :p because I have been studying a lot for my training assessment so I didn't have enough sleep. You could call me lazy, but hey it is such a nice life I can't resist not to avoid it happening, it could even make you envy haha.

But then it turned out reealllyyy nice though :D
I woke up late today and I got the chance to watch 2 movies today. We (me, my brother, and his best friend) borrowed 2 movies : Kick Ass and Shutter Island. Why? Well basically we want to avoid paying too much money for the theater and ended up mumbling about how $10 each person for each movie is so unworthy for the watching hahah if the movie was apparently not our type. But another reason why we didn't just go to the movie was because the three of us just have such a smart brain we could always come up with comments along the movie. Aaaand..... usually that kind of behavior would get one kicked out of the theater :p
SO, it was great! I gotta say, the combination between Kick Ass, Shutter Island and tons of comments were quite making the whole day worthy! The Kick Ass was such a funny movie we laughed at most of the times (you could almost see our mouth were getting bigger than usual), and Shutter Island was sooooo confusing, it almost twisted our mind and chin haha. Can you imagine how our faces would looked like??

Well one meal that was surely make the day perfect was POPCORNS!!! YEaaHhh!! And a such retarded act that I did to complete the day was shooting the popcorn making event..... hahahaha My brother was like.... what on earth are you doing?! I was standing in front of the microwave, shooting a video of it and giggling.

~~PoPcORn ThE MaKiNg~~

Anyway... after two rounds of movies, we went to the mall and tried this Japanese Food Court. My mistake was.... it was such a rush I didn't bring my camera :( It was good, you know. The food court was actually very nice. All the foods are Japanese. And we can choose any meals we want. Unlike most of regular Japanese restaurants where we sit down at a round table then choosing the menu from the book, we can go around the food court and choose our own meal from the stalls. And I gotta say, the foods are actually very delicious! I ate a Mix Sauce Beef Rice. It was unique. There are champignon mushrooms in the fried rice, and the fried rice was covered completely with egg. It was soft and what made it perfect was the sauce. The sauce was a combination of white sauce and sweet and sour sauce. And ohhh my goodness, the white sauce was thick and rich! I loovee it so much!
My brother also had the same meal. His best friend though had a bowl of Ramen and Prawn Tempura. The Ramen has very nice soup and the taste was rich with Japanese special seasonings, and it was just, not too salty. And the Tempura has a perfect crispness which we really enjoyed craving little by little haha. After one portion of tempura was finished, he bought another portion :p My brother bought a portion of pork and chicken fillet. I think they use the same sauce for Unagi. Because the taste was almost like the Unagi but it's pork and chicken though. And I love the texture of the meat, it was soft but watery, yet it was grilled! Ohhhh I just love the food! :D

I think we will surely go there again, and next time I will bring along my camera, show you how the food look like :D

Ciao, my friends! Have a pleasant day!
And Cheers!!

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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

BaCk T0 ThE FoOD WoRLd

Hello there, my fellow readers! ^_^

I am finally back to the blog!

Where have I been?? There have been many things going on in my life for a year, and then I was relocating to Singapore, so there have been a stagnant in the blog -.-

But don't worry, there will be a lot of food going on again here. And a lot more of my experience in Singapore. Hopefully I am going to make this blog aliiiive again =D

Thank you so much for all of you that have been faithfully coming to my blog..... eventhough there weren't anything new haha....

Keep yourself healthy!

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Friday, April 24, 2009

My 1st FOODLOVERS Group Gathering

Aahhhh.... it was so nice finally I can held a gathering with my FOODLOVERS' friends :)
I have had this group for about 2 months now. It is a group made in Facebook community. And some of my friends suggested me that we should have a gathering so we can know each other well. So, I finally planned it, but it was unfortunate that there were only 3 members came to the gathering :(

Well I can't blame anybody, because it was simply my mistake :p I should've made the gathering for dinner, not for lunch. Many people still working at that time.... duh Pauli...! :p WELL.... people say "Experience is the best teacher", right? :D Next time it will surely be dinner!

Well, anyway, the place was great. It was one of my favorite place for dish. Raacha Suki is located inside one of Bandung's mall, Cihampelas Walk. The main dishes are all about Thailand. It is called suki because how we eat the dish is similar with how we serve japanese suki. We fry and boil the food ourselves, right in front us. It's always fun! :D The difference between Raacha Suki to Japanese suki that we have here in Bandung, is the sauce. I LOVE Raacha Suki's sauce. MMmm.... i think it is made from chili sauce, with garlic, salty soy sauce, and sesame oil. Yummyyy!!

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