Friday, 04th August 2006
Happy Bday 29th for Libun. Schedule for dinner – Korean Hometown (Oakleigh). Ordered meals: Korean Special Bday Fried Noodles, Chicken Bulgogi, Pork Bulgogi, Seafood Eun-Tang (taste like kimchi stew but full of seafoods) and lots of Korean side dishes.
As for dessert we had two kinds of bday cakes bought from David Jones. Cookies & Cream with Chocollate Topping, and Strawberry Cheese Cake.
Saturday, 05th August 2006
We booked a restaurant called KoKo, a fine dining restaurant at Crown Casino. The best thing about eating at this restaurant was that we got a complementary vallet parking at Crown Casino. Sound great, hey! The interior of the restaurant was so stunning. We ordered a lunch set C, we decided not to choose the teppanyaki lunch set, considering that we did not really like teppanyaki that much. I wasn’t sure what the others ordered for their lunch set, but all of them was delicious. As for me and lala, we ordered Hotate Misoyaki (freshly baked scallops with miso cream…very very mouth watering entree), and Namagaki (fresh oysters served with ponzu dipping sauce) as the entrees. I loved Hotate Misoyaki, but lala loved the Namagaki instead (because of their freshness I guess). For the main courses, we both ordered Sushi & Sashimi Platter. Again, very delicious.
||Sushi & Sashimi Platter
Finally, we had green tea ice creams for the dessert. Sorry, I don’t have the photo, but you can imagine what a regular green tea ice cream looks like.
Not long after having lunch, we went down one cafe bar called Cervo, still at Crown Casino. I was feeling hungry, because it wasn’t a big lunch for me. So I ordered Bruschetta (toasted crusty loaf with dice italian tomatoes, with spanish onion, fresh basil and black pepper powder), and a flat white coffee.
As for dinner, again we headed down to another Japanese restaurant at Lonsdale st called Izakaya Chuji. I ordered Katsudon, Sukiyaki, and YuKe (raw beef). What a day!