We choose to have a light lunch as we will be going for a good meal at an authentic Japaanese Restaurant for dinner ^.~ So we order 2 pots of pink flamingo and a fruity tea; and 2 sets of Egg Benedict to share :)
Egg Benedict ~
Homemade toasted English muffins topped with two poached
farmhouse eggs served with creamy hollandaise sauce and
a choice of smoked salmon or turkey ham.
Sorry, there's no photo on the store as we are so excited and browsing the LV items. Overall, the store is exlusive on its own at the MBS waterfront, the architectural design is quite unique and the interior layout is spacious and neat. They even have a private lounge and outdoor sitting area.
Time passes so fast and we are almost late for our dinner. We halt a cab and proceed to Nanjya Monjya for their famous authentic okonomiyaki and Monjya-yaki. The restaurant only opens from evening 5.30pm till 12am. Remember to make reservation as the restaurant is always full. Beside indoor seats, you can choose to take the outdoor terrace seats which is facing the river bank.
I've requested to add mochi into our okonomiyaki
~ just like those that I had eaten in Tokyo ~ chewy!
Ta-Tah! See ~ the waitress done it so well :) We can't wait to grab our first bite.
I added more mayo, katsuobushi and aonori ^_^
Thinly sliced beef on the teppan ~ As I do not eat beef so I ask my friends' comments ~ "tasty but the meat was a little over done."
I like the soba which is chewy and tasty.
So far the okonomiyaki that I've tried, Nanjya Monjya is still the best and yummy. The staff are friendly and their service is prompt. I will definitely return to try out their monjya yaki and other dishes stated in their menu ^.~