Lunch with bestest Friend at Sakae Sushi, Bangsar Village 2
Wen Ching’s final examination is over. Finally she has holiday after those hard and exhausted days, I m very happy for her as well as happy for myself too because I can call her out for meals anytime anywhere. *whheeehehehehe* so happy. [Hope you don’t mind, esiong]
It was Monday story and we both hit the Bangsar Village 2 after my class end at 1pm. Ahh… so happy and we both chatted non-stop in the car. Last time (1 ½ years back), dad used to bring us here (bangsar village 1). I love Bangsar Village’s Vallage Grocer a lot as they provide fresh greens and imported products from foreign countries. Smoothly, we made our way to this complex in just 15minutes.
At time, the Japanese food lover, Wen Ching suggested for Sakae Sushi as she discovered that there is a new outlet opened. Since I have not tried out Sakae Sushi before, I will give it a try (although I have had Jap food with my bro yesterday).
I had Yasai miso ramen with lots of yasai (vegetables). A nice one as its broth was quite flavourful.
Hence, we had…
Tuna mayo inari
This was quite tricky because there was only one inari with tuna mayo. There other one was just inari. We both still love the wonderful inari. *hehe*
Once again, we never thought of if we can finish all these before we made the order and ended up, we couldn’t really finish. I dislike food wasting, so I tried my best to finish the salmon roll. Thought that it would be easier to finish it if I made them into pieces… when I unwrapped the salmon roll, there was no mayonnaise!!! Roll without mayonnaise wasn’t really perfect.
There is one thing we find it cacat in this restaurant — the hot water refilled for green tea. You will find the hot water leakage if you are not fast enough to press for refill. Very pai seh. We had to soak up the water with whole box of tissue. Well, hope they will make improvement on this thing. Maybe change it to the type like those in Genki???