Turning Japanese

Last March 29 is my younger sister’s birthday. And yes, we celebrate each other’s birthday one week apart. This time, though, we dine out in Greenbelt 5. There’s a Japanese restaurant named Kai and we just wanted to eat light, since it’s a dinner. We don’t want to spend the whole night drinking tea just to digest all the food that we ate.

We had takwan mango sushi, ebi tempura, and mushroom and asparagus udon. Not heavy on the stomach, but definitely satisfies the palate. Will be back!

After wards, we went to Mary Grace in Greenbelt 3 to sip a cup of coffee and some food for the gods. Yummy. Sinful. Fattening. But then again, we only do this once in a while so indulge.




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