Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Two Sides To A Story

Today, I'd like to share my opinion about a topic related to the new Channel 8 primetime drama "Mightiest Mother-In-Law", which is mainly about the infidelity of a husband.

At first through the trailers I thought Paige Chua would be portraying a typical weak woman who end up being bullied by her unfaithful husband but refreshingly, she acts as a fierce wife which unfortunately pushed her husband to find comfort in the third party who is gentler and much more understanding.

This is the drama description lifted off Toggle:
Guan Shu Hui’s (Paige Chua) domineering ways causes a rift between her husband Qi Hong Zhe (Thomas Ong) and his family. Hong Zhe is unhappy with his wife but chooses to put up with her, until Zhou Ke En (Tong Bing Yu) enters his life. Ke En is pretty, intelligent and most of all, she listens to Hong Zhe’s problem and supports his dreams. Ke En also manages to win the approval of Hong Zhe’s family, leaving Shu Hui feeling helpless. Shu Hui’s estranged mother Lu Xiu Zhu (Chen Li Ping) steps in and tries to salvage her daughter’s marriage. Xiu Zhu tries to outwit Ke En who is actually a malicious and mentally unstable woman. How will the battle between the mightiest mistress and the mightiest Mother-in-Law end? Will Shu Hui be able to save her marriage?

So anyway, I've been following the drama up till episode 4 now, and she is indeed very overbearing on her husband and atrociously rude to her parents-in-law. But at the same time, my blood boil every time I watch this show because I know how the general audience, like the characters in the drama, probably sympathizes with the husband and puts all the blame on her for the failure of this marriage.

In my opinion, underneath that tough character is a caring wife, who probably took the husband's patience for granted.

Some examples:

- She is very stingy with the household expenses. Why? Because she care about saving for the family.

- She is very fierce, controlling and naggy. Why? Because she care about her husband and the family.

- She does her part to do the housework and cook dinner, etc. If she doesn't care, why would she do all this?

The only unacceptable flaw is that she is indeed very rude to her husband and family. It takes two hands to clap and I wouldn't say she shouldn't be faulted too.

But the husband has a part to play too.

- Over time, she gets more insecure and often confronts him unnecessarily. It's a very unlikable trait and probably annoys him very much but why? Because everytime she feels insecure, he brushes her off instead of reassuring her. Over time, things will just get worse.

- He has never voiced out to his wife about his displeasure. He is her husband and if he doesn't correct her, she will never know it affected him so much. It's extremely unfair to the wife in this case because she wasn't given a chance to rectify the issue as she didn't even know it was an issue! When she finally realize, it's too late because he has already fallen for the third party. This is the most frustrating part.

- He has never shown his appreciation towards his wife's merits.

- He has never wondered why the third party is so nice and kind and patient and understanding and gentle? Because she is not a wife, she doesn't have to worry if he becomes bankrupt, his future, his safety, etc. It's just so much easier to be supportive towards someone when the the consequences will not be shared.

- Also, he's extremely nice to the third party of course she will be nice back lah. In contrast, he is quite cold towards the wife at home.

- He did not do his part as a husband to reject a woman that is obviously throwing herself at him. Instead, he kept protecting her! That's just breaking the marriage even more.

People always look at a couple and assume the fierce one must be the bad one. But very often there are deeper stories if people can be more willing to look beyond the surface. Things add up and there are reasons for everyone's behavior. Worse thing is, people around him kept encouraging him to just dump the wife. Really, people should just shut up and stay out of other people's relationships.

Anyway, Paige Chua's acting has definitely improved with her two recent roles in this drama as well as the materialistic girl in 'Heroes'. I'm looking forward to the rest of the episodes! I love the comedic effect of Jeffrey Xu and Chen Li Ping's characters too!

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Hotel Jen Tanglin - J65 themed buffet from $55++ per pax

Right on the day we came back from our Europe trip, we went to Hotel Jen Tanglin for a Singapore themed buffet dinner! How apt it is to indulge in Asian food after so many days of western!

After my last visit to J65 which left quite an impression, I was really looking forward to my second visit because I was told that till May 2017, there will be five weekly themed spread at J65, namely the following~

- Sundays and Mondays: International Buffet $55++/pax
I went on a Sunday and the variety was satisfying indeed! Do scroll down to check out my review.

- Tuesdays: Colours of Asia $55++/pax
Specialties from various Asian countries including Malaysian, Indian, Sri Lankan, Chinese, Indonesian, Thailand, and many more! What interest me most is the extended alfresco stations serving my favourite Teh Tarik and other home-favourites!

- Wednesdays: Lobsters $65++/pax
Total regret for not choosing to come on a Wednesday! I loveeee lobsters! The huge selection includes Boston Lobsters to Mountain Lobsters to Slipper Lobsters, in various flavours like baked, curried, stir-fried, grilled, paella, etc and in various forms - even in soups and salads!

- Thursdays: Live Barbecue $65++/pax
I am a big fan of barbecue food so I think I will like this too!

- Fridays and Thursdays: Seafood Mania $65++/pax
This would probably be the most popular theme among diners, and most worthy for money too! Alaskan Crab, Mud Crab, Boston Lobster, fresh prawns, oysters, mussels and clams.

I wanna try all five! The best thing is, the buffet is reasonably priced and definitely worth it. J65 is definitely one of the best buffets in Singapore with the widest variety and delicious taste.

On the day I visited, there were plenty of local delights which I happily enjoyed.

The satay were grilled in small portions just before serving so that everybody can enjoy warm, yummy satay. The meat was tender and flavourful, even better paired with the sauce.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017


Making space in my wardrobe for more clothes!

Email to the-ice-angel@hotmail.com if interested.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Studio Prewedding Shoot

After sharing my prewedding photos from Korea and Melbourne, here's the rest from my studio shoot at Seletar Broadway! Showcasing 23 favourites out of the entire album! For this shoot, I only had three gowns but there were so many backdrops and each set up is a different feel!

Read about behind the scenes here: http://www.estherxie.com/2017/01/prewedding-studio-shoot-behind-scenes.html

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Melbourne Prewedding Photos

My prewedding shoot in Melbourne was significantly smaller scale compared to the one in Korea. We chose four locations in Australia - St Patrick's Cathedral, Parliament House, Brighton Beach, and Half Moon Bay. I wore two outfits - a white mermaid gown from OneSimpleGown and a casual white dress I got from Taobao via Ezbuy (sign up here and get $10 free voucher!).

Gone are the days when brides mainly depend on bridal studios for gowns and pre-wedding photography. Many brides now choose to go ala-carte, turning to online boutiques to purchase their dream gowns. Besides the comfort and convenience of shopping for gowns online, the main reason is definitely the affordability. Sometimes buying a gown online can be cheaper than renting from a bridal shop. Also, the variety of designs available online is wide and limitless.

But of course, there're also some concerns about purchasing gowns online. Here are some tips!

1) Usage

I recommend getting the actual day gowns from actual bridal shops, because usually the material and workmanship is better and the shop will have professional staff who can ensure the fit for you. Plus, you can try and make sure you really like it before paying. I wouldn't take the risk for such an important day! But I'm all for buying gowns online for prewedding shoots! In photos, any flaw is less likely to be noticed and even if the fit is not perfect, it can be edited. For example, if the fabric creases easily, it would be a disaster if you wear it during your actual day with all the guests present whereas it doesn't matter if it's only for photos as all these can be fixed with photoshop. The low price also means you can afford to get more gowns for your prewedding album!

OneSimpleGown is an online bridal shop based in Malaysia. As there are no rental and staff overheads, the gowns can be purchased at a relatively lower price compared to retail bridal studios! The gowns are all priced in Ringgit, so brides in Singapore can make use of the exchange rate and get a good deal!

2) Know your body shape

Try different types of gowns in bridal shops before attempting to purchase online. Sign up for a basic package at the bridal studio for their actual day gowns. While trying the different gowns, you will more or less know what is flattering for your body shape. Then buy something similar online. Try not to buy unfamiliar cuttings just because it looks good on the model.

There is a wide range of wedding gowns in all forms and colours on OneSimpleGown - mermaid, evening, and ball gowns; Off shoulder, long sleeves, plus size, etc. I had such a difficulty time deciding on one! You can filter the type and sort by price to easily narrow down your options. There are also accessories to complete the look. If you are hiring a freelance photographer, you may want to purchase 2-3 gowns to complete an album!

For me, I know that I look better in sweetheart bustier ballgowns but I had similar pieces for my Korea album already so I decided to go for something different. Afterall, I'm only going to use it for photos and I think the design I chose is also quite safe. Thank goodness the gown looked quite nice on me!

3) Check the measurements! When in doubt, purchase a size up and then alter accordingly.

I have a bigger bottom so to be safe, I took a bigger size and then used clips to tighten the loose areas. Generally non-zipper gowns can fit different body shapes easily by adjusting the ribbon at the back.

Alternatively OneSimpleGown has customization options so you just have to submit your measurements and the gown will be altered accordingly for the right fit! No need to worry about wasting money on an unwearable gown!

4) Purchase from a local shop that speaks your language. Make sure that you are able to find the contact information and do ask the staff some questions before purchasing to gauge if the owner is reliable.

Instead of making such a big purchase from a shop in a far away country with staff that doesn't speak English, OneSimpleGown's helpful staff is always readily available to answer questions about the fit, material, and style. They also have plenty of reviews by past satisfied customers so I know they are legit.

5) Remember to check the refund policy, shipping fee and duration!

OneSimpleGown.com guarantees the condition by checking every gown before delivery to customer. For deliveries to Malaysia and Singapore, it usually takes around 10-14 days.

I wanted to share some photos of the pretty gowns here but there are just too many. Enter the site to check out for yourself - OneSimpleGown!

I'm really glad I chose this piece! Something different from the other gowns in my album :)

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Korea Prewedding Photos

Finally sharing the pre-wedding photos!! My favourite set is the one from Korea, so I shall post it first! Here's 58 out of the 66 which we featured in our very thick album. It was so heavy that I almost regret not being diligent enough in removing more photos. We tried very hard to shortlist but we loved every single photo so much that we ended up keeping most of the initial selections.

If you are interested, I previously blogged about the the experience here:

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Q1 2017

Trying to clear some space in my phone so lets back up all the random photos here just for memories sake! It's titled Q1 2017 but I have some photos from December last year too. I'd try to caption some, but I'd leave the vain OOTDs blank. haha.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

New Makeup Haul!

New makeup haul!

I fell in love with the Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette the first time I tried the colours at Sephora and after eyeing it for awhile, I finally got mine on Tarte.com! In order to hit minimum spending for free shipping, I added two more palettes to my cart too!

Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette
Tarteist Pro Glow To Go
Happy Girls Shine Brighter Eye & Cheek Palette

Check out the beautiful colours!! The variation can't really be seen in this photo but I love every single shade in this palette (with the exception of the glitter column which I don't think I'd use very often!). I like how I can have so many pairings from a single palette, I can use it on its own without the need to pick colours from another palette to match. You know how certain palettes have many colours but nothing to match? For example, some palettes have only 1 shade of each colour, so we need to get a lighter or dark version from another palette, but this one  has 2-3 shades of the same colour so that it can be used in a single look!

So pretty! One reason why I love Tarte shadows are that they are super dense and obvious on the eyes. Two of my favourite shadow formulas are definitely from Tarte and Colourpop.

Pro Glow To Go is a contouring kit which had two highlighters and one contour. I've been using the Happy Girls Shine Brighter palette for the past few days. I bought it to be used as a compact travel palette, as it seems to have pretty much everything I need. Actually, more than what I need.

However, some of the colours are quite disappointing as the payoff is not very visible on the eyelids.

If I could choose, I'd keep the blush, black, dark brown, date night, and the rest of the space to put a compact blush brush and two shadow brush. And maybe add a pink shadow or something.

I am still on the look out for the perfect compact palette for travel! My ideal one should have blush, black shadow, brown shadow, highlight, contour, and brush inside!

Another palette as a gift from Nadia :) Love the neutral colours!

Fiona gifted me this Stila palette as my wedding gift! It's another one of those palettes that I've been eyeing because of the pretty colours! I particularly like the warm brown on the last row and it's not very common in other palettes.

Colourpop Batch One:

This one was from January! I missed the delivery and went down to the post office to collect first thing next morning.

Happily queued and only when I'm in front, I realized the slip says "you may collect it at the post office after 2pm the next day". It was like only 10am? Lol.

Luckily, it was already there! Else really is face palm moment.

BF (that time still boyfriend!) called me early in the morning and offered to drive me from my house to the post office and back. ❤️ I was really dreading the bus ride before that! If I take cab, it would be so bohua because colourpop makeup is supposed to be cheap. If I add the cab fare to collect, then it wouldn't be cheap already. Plus I had no other reason to head to the mall except for the parcel.

Lippie stix! They launched new lippie stix from their liquid shades right after I checked out so I got some on my next purchase! I've always preferred lippie stix over their liquid but the colors are very limited. Glad to have more choices to choose from!

Shadows. Was so happy with all my buys this time.

Ziggie and Baewatch.

Gorgeous!!!! Super love Baewatch but I broke the stix upon first application -_- too excited haha.
Both colours are super chio.

Pretty shadows for all occasions!

From top, clockwise:
- roulette
- elixir
- shop
- drift
- bandit
- weenie
- melrose

Middle: Fairfax

Weenie Bandit Drift Shop

Weenie is SO SHIMMERY AND PRETTY. It's really different from other shiny eyeshadow I have - It's more pigmented and produces a thicker coverage.

I also like Shop too! The pink is very wearable and suitable for any day.

Elixir Roulette Melrose Fairfax

Bought the matte black to see if it can replace my usual MAC black. I don't like most black eyeshadows and so far only MAC's black is the best. Long lasting and pigmented and matte and dark.

So far am quite pleased with Colourpop's black. Maybe really can replace. Save money leh this is like five times cheaper. Haha.

Anyway I bought a lot of browns this time and I had a hard time shortlisting all of them because they look alike but different. I couldn't decide which one is better so I just ordered more! Haha.

Very satisfied buys.

While packing all my colourpop stash, I realise I spent so much on Colourpop even though each shadow is only USD5 (SGD8)? I think precisely because it's cheap, we just buy more, then end up spend more than what we usually do.

Need some self-control!

Wearing Shop shadow and Ziggie lippie stix here. Kinda like this look very much!

Colourpop Batch Two:

Another recent parcel! It was mainly for the pressed shadows as they were giving away a free box for every four colours purchased.

Actually I think they should just include the packaging for all shadows lo... So weird to use the shadows on its own without the box. I chose four matte colours out of the many shades available, and was gifted an additional bronze shimmer. Now I can't decide which four of these five to place in the box as a set!

I also got three lippie stix that are actually in colours similar to their popular liquid lippies. I got Sauce (similar to Viper), Goaldigger (similar to Bumble), and Daydream which is a dark brown shade.

Didn't had chance to play around with these new makeup in the busy month leading up to the wedding but now that everything is settled, I'd definitely be trying more new looks!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Dimsum with Family

A week before my wedding, I brought my family out for dimsum at Fullerton Hotel!

It's been more than a week since I got married, and I already miss my family. Went back home twice before my honeymoon and felt so much warmth. Throughout the wedding preparations, I was full of excitement and totally didn't expect to feel this way. I guess the feeling of separation only finally came when everything got settled.

Braised bird nest with truffles and crab meat which was surprisingly yummy because I don't particularly like bird nest.

I really like this dress from Keepsake! Isn't it sweet?

Matchy outfits with sis!

Till next time!

Thursday, March 9, 2017

My Biggest Wedding Fears

Now that my wedding is done, I would like to share some of the fears I had!

1. Absence

One of my worse fears for the wedding was having any of my bridesmaid or his groomsmen back out last minute. I think it's something that most brides don't worry about but I did! I could only heave a sigh of relief on the morning itself when it's confirmed that all of them have woke up and are preparing to head over to my place. Hahaha. I mean, no matter how responsible your friends are, there are still some unforeseen circumstances that are valid reasons to not show up. Besides the main point about not having my dearest friends with me during the wedding, I was kinda reluctant to have an unequal number for bridesmaids and groomsmen. End up this became not important at all because we only had ONE photo taken with all of us in the same frame! Lol this sounded really shallow but I was really worried about it.

Absence also included the main important people as well. I wanted all my loved ones to be around!

2. Weather

Nope, it wasn't for any serious issue. My solemnization venue is outdoor but sheltered, so I wasn't so worried about it. So why do I care about the weather? As you can see, I'm quite particular about the bridesmaids photos. I wanted to take a nice photo of us in a nature setting with no shelter. Didn't help that when we checked the weather forecast days before, it was supposed to rain on the timing we planned to do the shoot! Also, it was raining the entire week before and after our wedding!

Luckily for us, it didn't rain throughout the shoot and solemnization!

3. Memory Card

Photographs are extremely important to me and I've had my own memory card fail before, so I was very very very afraid of having only one photographer. This is why I had two photographers - Kevin Ho Photography and NinebySG. Both sent me some sneaks which I will periodically share on my instagram.

4. Pimple

Tell you ah, I must be damn suay. I had a HUGE pimple during my prewedding shoot in Korea. Nevermind, can edit. Then when I went to Melbourne for the other prewedding shoot, ANOTHER pimple! Okay nevermind, photoshop comes to the rescue. Even during the studio shoot in Singapore, have also. This, for someone who hardly have pimples on normal days!

Oh well, guess what? I had clear skin on the week before the wedding, but at the second last day, two pimples suddenly popped up -_- Thank goodness it wasn't too huge and my makeup artist was able to cover it well.

5. Being sick

Imagine having the runs in your gown, on such a busy day. Just the thought alone is scary enough! I was caught in the rain few days before but luckily all was well on the wedding day itself.

I also thought of many other problems that could happen and I was prepping myself for that. I only hope that they are temporary issues that can be remedied within the wedding day itself. I even added a spare pair of heels, a sewing kit, and a spare laptop into the packing list just so that I have a "Plan B" for things that could possibly go wrong. So as you can see, my 5 biggest fears are the mainly the things I have no control over.

It's a one-in-a-lifetime event so I really hope that my memories of the wedding could be happy moments and not anger or sadness or even emotionless. I reminded myself again and again to not let little things affect me, and thankfully, besides feeling a wee bit stressed about the time, I felt mostly happiness! Actually, time passed by too fast for me to feel much! Haha.

Not sure if I had thought the worst or what, but the day went by generally okay. There were time delays here and there but we managed to do everything that we planned! Most of the credit goes to our bridesmaids and groomsmen because they handled the entire event extremely well. I was especially precise with the details during the preparation period, so that we can let go and chill on the day itself. All the hard work was worth it!

Can't wait to share more once I get the full set of photos :)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Bridal Nails by Milly's

Check out my bridal nails done at Milly's! I've always knew that I wanted my wedding day nail design to be white 3D floral with blings, so I didn't have to do much research! I love how classic and bridal it is, yet not too simple! It's very important to have nice nails for the wedding day because people will get up close and the nails will be very noticeable!

I also went to Milly's for all my nails for the prewedding shoots! For those, I wanted it simpler as details wouldn't be captured anyway. Colour has to be neutral and the design has to be as basic as possible so that it wouldn't look old-fashioned twenty years later. Haha.

As you all know, I did three prewedding shoots so I needed three different designs!

I did french nails for the shoot in Seoul as the photography style in Korean studios tend to be softer and simpler. They looked really nice in the photo!

For the studio shoot in Singapore, I did pink nails with abit of bling.

And for the shoot in Melbourne, I did plain dusty pink. Gelish single colour at Milly's is only $20!

To book an appointment, call any of the following outlets. If it's for your bridal nails too, remember to inform the staff so that they can allocate a longer time slot for you!

Suntec: 62386216
Far East Plaza: 67376723
Jem: 67346216
Plaza Sing: 62526216
Bugis: 63376876

Sunday, March 5, 2017

And... We Are Married!

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Thursday, March 2, 2017

Today at ROM!

Around two months ago, we filed our notice of marriage and today, we went to Registry of Marriage for statutory declarations and to collect our marriage certificate in advance of our wedding three days later! As we are doing our solemnization outside of ROM, it was a fuss-free process. We were there early so we had lunch first, then went to take our queue number. The estimated waiting time was only 5 minutes and the whole process at the counter was only around 10 minutes?

Took many photos on this special day!

We also signed up for a marriage preparation programme at the ROM, which was scheduled after our appointment.

It was a simple 2 hours session together with a few other couples. I have always wanted to attend something like this to learn more about ourselves but most programmes out there are more suited for couples from certain religion beliefs. This one was very neutral and focused on communication between couples and helped to identify some of the areas both of us can improve on. I didn't agree with some of the methods suggested, but overall I think it was quite helpful!

We were served some food but all carbs :'(
I couldn't resist though, and took a small bite of the potato wedges. Alas, it was so yummy that I ended up eating quite a number of them. Diet fail max! Aiyo, must be I too long no eat all these already!

Wore this pretty white dress from Keepsake!

Can't wait to start on forever with this man!

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Circles.Life Discount Code - Q0EM1

21.4 GB?!?!????

I usually use around 15 GB in a month, not sure why it's so high this time!

Sent these to my friends and they all exclaimed that they have difficulties going beyond 2-3gb in a month, whereas I sometimes exceed 1gb in a single day??

How is it possible sia. I only scroll Facebook and Instagram and I'm not even that active! I'm not the type to scroll till the end of my feed, usually just for a minute or two. My main usage is on the line app, maybe it's the stickers?

I refuse to spend $200+ on my phone bills every month!

So last week, I signed up for Circles.Life data plan! I heard about it a long time back but didn't really pay much attention to its benefits, until now!

For $28 a month, I get 4gb of 4G data + caller number display + unlimited whatsapp + 100 min talktime! I only took the base plan because I can change plan anytime or add on for $6 per gb (so much cheaper than what my current service provider charges! They also have option to boost small amounts like 100mb 200mb etc. How awesome is that? Sometimes I pay extra $ for an entire 1 gb when I only exceeded 99mb!) No contracts.... might as well! If I port over my current number, I get another 2gb but maybe next time.... Try first. Hehe.

Get $20 off when you sign up with my referral code so that I get bonus data!! Some other users managed to accumulate 30gb/month of bonus data sia... maybe if your social circle is big, you can too! Use my circles.life discount code okay -  Q0EM1


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Thursday, February 23, 2017

The Day I Ate Fish Testicles

Went for an Omakase session at Teppei with the girls earlier this month and it was quite an experience! Omakase is a Japanese term in restaurants for letting the chef decide on the entire menu. And this is how I ended up eating fish testicles for the first time ever. I will elaborate more later.

Nadia is a regular at Teppei and she has nothing but praises for it so I was quite looking forward to the dinner!

Counter seats for everyone so we had a good view of the chefs preparing our dishes. After we were seated, a waitress came to each of us individually to note down what we don't eat. I asked for no beef, no oysters, and no wasabi. The list could go on and on but I decided to not be so troublesome. Hahaha.

It all started seemingly tame at first. Our first six courses served in a single platter. Everything was yummy, a good start!

Next up, sashimi! I usually only like salmon but everything was so fresh that I liked every single piece although I don't even know what fish they used! I am already impressed at this point.

There are supposedly 20 over courses but I lost count mid-way through because the food just kept coming. The following photos are not in sequence. I'd just caption the more interesting ones!

This is probably the best hand roll I ever had! Fish, rice, tempura, and other ingredients in a crispy seaweed. It was so good that I had to finish the entire roll even though I was already feeling a bit full from all the rice!

From time to time, the chef would "spoon-feed" each of us directly and the scenario was hilarious because sometimes they'd cheekily tease the diners by retracting the spoon. In fact, all the staff are friendly and energized throughout, which made the whole experience very fun!

Warm sweet broth was comforting.

Chef Yamashita Teppei looks jovial that night!

My first time having Uni (sea urchin). They say this is a delicacy which you either love or hate. I guess I wouldn't eat it again out of my own will. I guess I don't really like the texture and taste?

Oh this one was da bomb. Super yums!

Ok, now the "highlight". Before the dinner, Jacelyn was telling us about how she tried whale's sperm at a previous omasake session and it was horrible. So when this appeared, we immediately suspected that it's the same thing! We asked the staff and they said it's Fish balls. As in, Fish Testicles. OMG! I would never have ordered it on my own accord so I decided to give it a try. It wasn't as fishy as I thought but the texture was... ewww. Never again! Must make sure I don't eat this again! But at least I've ate it once in my life!

The rest of the dishes were so tasty too! We were very very very very full towards the end but every single dish was so delicious that we finished everything!

I chose four types of sushi for main course.... Teppei's sashimi and sushi are really good!

The girls had wagyu beef!

Meanwhile I had the Kurobuta Pork which was tender and so good!

Foie Gras and Unagi! Perfect combination, melts in the mouth!

A scoop of ice cream for dessert!

It was quite exciting throughout because you never know what's the next dish! I felt so adventurous that day! Lol. Also, I got the chance to try a few dishes that I would never have thought of ordering myself outside.

Only thing is, I had to rush through every course because I'm a slow eater and it was super pressuring when everybody else already finish their dish except me! But still, I would definitely want to come back here again!