Home made bacon & cheese pizzas



Yellow rice and satay



A light lunch in a Japanese cafe






Tempura vegetables, soya sauced pork and rice.

This brunch is rather heavy. It consists of salad, banana yogurt, slice of buttered bread and miso soup. However, the brunch is prepared at home so I should not put on much weight.

The yakiniku/bibimbap set is a combination of Japanese and Korean dishes. It is available during lunch hour and cost less than S$15. The yakiniku (100 gm of beef) is grilled over the fire and eaten with yakiniku sauce. The bibimbap is a Korean dish of a bowl of rice with sprout bean, shredded beef, pickles, seaweed as the toppings. It's very popular not only in Korea but in Japan too.


This steak (200 gm of prime beef) lunch set is delicious. It is available between 11am and 2.30pm on weekdays. Although the steak does not have much beef flavour, it is tender and juicy.
The set cost about S$ 16 which is reasonable.

Cup noodles...so oishi ne




The ramen cup noodles (S$2.50c) is as good as those sold at the restaurants except it has less ingredients like egg, spring onions, char siew etc. All it takes is to soak in boiled water for 5 mins, mix the seasoning powder and soup stock.
The Japanese curry is also very tasty. Heat the packet of curry paste in the microwave for a few mins and pour it over the rice.



Another Japanese lunch today. The food was tasty and services outstanding. Unlike in Singapore the Japanese food here are not too expensive.

Afternoon coffee/tea




To escape the heat, we drove to a nearby shopping mall with a covered car parking area to spend the afternoon shopping and having coffee/tea cake set.