I’ve been to Minami (and Miku) a fair few times, both with a big party and with smaller numbers, and now I’m finally sitting down to talk about them.
Minami’s specialty is their aburi sushi and let me tell you, it gives you a mouth orgasm. The umami and the aftertaste is pure joy.
So I’ll just talk about this one particular visit as its the only one where I brought an actual camera. The atmosphere inside during the evening is all dimmed lights and candles so I apologize for the grainy/blurriness of the shots.
As an appetizer we started off with the Aburi Beef Carpaccio. It’s nice and light and I love breaking the yolk in the middle and having it together with the greens on the side. Read More→
Now I’ve been to Fable Kitchen twice so I think it’s safe to say that they consistently nail everything.
I love their “farm-to-table” concept and sourcing from locals. After hearing wonderful reviews, I couldn’t wait to go try them out so I’ll just briefly talk about my two experiences with them here!
I’ve been wanting to visit ever since I started seeing pictures pop up left and right on my news feed from friends going. I finally found the perfect excuse to go when thinking of place to sit down and have a coffee to catch up with a friend.
As one of the events for my birthday celebration, the bf took me to Adorabelle Tea Room. Isn’t the name so lovely and ADORABLE? 😀 Prior to going I was very excited as I read some wonderful reviews of the place and the place looked so cute from the pictures that people took.
I’ve been wanting to try the high tea at Soirette for a long time. Ever since I heard great things about their macarons and that they only offered high tea on the weekends. I finally got the chance to go back in March.
Soirette is a tiny place downtown so it is recommended to make reservations for their weekend high teas. The interior is bright and the decor is cute.
We arrived there a little early but was quickly sat down at our table. The high tea is a set menu so unless you have any dietary restrictions, you’ll only get to pick the flavor of your macaron.
Back in February, Xi Shi Lounge in the Shangri-La did a Chinese New Year afternoon tea. As it is the year of the horse, guests who were born in the year of the horse would get a complimentary afternoon tea. As a horse, of course I had to go!