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Kissaten @ Jaya One & Wong Kok @ SS2

Verdict: Just came back from the hair saloon. Got myself highlights for my curls. :)
My sister: Let me sleep first. Later, let's eat Maggi Mee Ayam.
Me: Okay.

10 minutes later, the N70 rang. It's almost 7pm. Who could that be? My hand reached for the phone, fearing the worst. Ei? Windy?


So, Windy, me, my sister, and Huai Bin went to Kissaten @ Jaya One for dinner.

This is one of Kissaten's signature pizzas, I can't recall its exact name. It sounds like Char Siew Pizza. Char Siew is the Mandarin term for Chinese-style roast pork. Melted cheese is drizzled crisscross over the meat and a generous amount of fresh spring onions are sprinkled, thus giving this Western-based dish, a delightful Oriental twist. Eight slices per pizza, regular size. Superb! Great for sharing too.

One thing to highlight about Kissaten. You can be assured that you'll be served with food as per what you see on their menu. Example, look at their Salmon Steak. Agree? Salmon has and will always be my sister's and my favorite fish, apart from the insanely expensive cod fish.

*drooling*


Ahhh... I love this! Ginger Honey Beer. Non-alcoholic. I love ginger and honey. I heard that we can get this at Giant. Oooohhh!

Around 9:30pm, some of my church friends called me for supper. LOL! I don't expect that. So, six of us (after coaxing my sister to follow me) went to Wong Kok @ SS2.

I was so full from Kissaten that I couldn't afford to stuff myself with anymore food. The girls opted for some funny colorful drinks - Flamingo (I think it's Roselle juice) and Gentlemen (okay, this is a bit tricky. What you can see are layers of condensed milk, taufufar, custard, cincau, and strawberry-flavored ice). Rainbow!

Also, Fried Chee Cheong Fun with Eggs garnished with too much Chinese Parsley! Ewww... And those little white wantan look-alikes are called Spicy Fish Wantan.

It has been a very fulfilling Sunday.

;)

4 comments

  1. I met with the chef, he recommend us some good stuff that is not in the menu, next time u r there, try the cold udon, which I think is great!

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  2. Wow "good stuff not in the menu" sounds cool to me.

    Okay, shall try out the cold udon. Thanks for the tips!

    ;)

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  3. Yeah very impromptu. I kinda just woke up at 4 pm and went to fetch Windy at her home (not the SEA Park one) and since we both haven't eaten (I haven't even had anything the entire day - no appetite, blocked nose) we called you up for dinner. :)

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  4. ahhh... flu flu go away. come again another day.

    XD

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