Friends of mine would know that I love travelling to bits. And I had a good opportunity to do so this year (and still not burnt all my annual leave yet! Amazing isn’t it?!)
2/ Was here for a friend's hens party!
3/ I love Cocotte's French Bistro with live jazz/bossanova band concept! Food is up-to-par too, located in Wanderlust hotel.
4/ Of course there is the customary photo with the MBS
5/ Got a table @ 1altitude for an easy night out with Amazing 360* view of Singapore
6/ There was also butters that was pretty cool fun. Brought in some props for photo-sake
7/ How i wish we have such huge belvederes in KL!!! Or do we? I hardly club nowadays i'm totally out of touch
I never get sick Japan. If you get the opportunity, do visit japan and experience their 4 seasons, as each season has its own beauty and lovely weather! We have a friend who studied there, and loves food, so naturally she knows all the best places to eat so we left it to her hands
This place serve some really amazing Gyudon!!! I'm not joking! First thing i want to have when i return to Tokyo would be this for sure (after ippudo ramen that is! which is also a must must try!! Go to the one at roppongi, it opens till late, like 5am)
Can i also mention that Tokyo is a shopping wonderland!! Especially GINZA *swoon**
I was in Shiseido with my friends @ Ginza having fun trying on some make up.
by trying I meant it not in the sense of trying on make up on your face. This white ipad-like technology allows us to tap in the code we want, and they will automatically sense and apply it on your face at all the right places (on the screen!) It's an eye-opener. In this photo, im using a pinkish red lipstick and light blue eye shadow
Located in Shibuya, Omotesando Ukai Tei is pretty well known for their teppanyaki, probably because it is a michelin star restaurant. Do you know that Tokyo surpass Paris with the most michelin-star rated restaurants (the paragon of restaurant awards in the culinary world)?
Us waiting for our seats
Kobe beef, noms!
My lovely food lover friends
And then there is this controversial 3-Michelin Star rated restaurant, Ryugin. There has been great comments about them as much as the negative ones. Myself i was a bit dissapointed as i came with high expectations. There were definitely some hit and some misses, many dishes maybe slightly too experimental out of my comfort zone
But no one can deny of Chef Yamamoto's brilliant and famous Minus 196 degree celcius candy apple. It's absolutely mindblowing, whimsical, and a delight to look at and i just cant get it out of my mind.
Just very delicate with it as my friend my gleefully holding it up for pictures, the apple came crashing down and fell on the floor =.=
Us @ a Ramen Shop.
One negative thing about travelling in a large group in Japan is the difficulty in finding the restaurant of our choice to fit all of us in. A lot of good restaurant only cater up to 7-10 pax. Bearing that in mind, we've booked these restaurants 1-2 months in advance.
When in Harajuku, one must have these crepes!