the foam on the coffee was sooo good! what makes a good coffee to me is a good fluffy foam.
i had the Vegan (roasted tomato, pumpkin, lettuce, hommus) sandwich.
gaoster had the French Toast with maple syrup and bacon.
our dinner was at Longrain Restaurant - fantastic contemporary Thai food. looooved our dinner but my camera wasn't powerful enough for the warm lighting in the restaurant so sadly, i don't have any photos.
Day 2 kicked off with yum cha at Marigold Restaurant in Chinatown. most of the dim sims were really good and it was really nice being served by polite waitresses as compared to the yum cha restaurants in Melbourne. i can never understand why some waitresses have to be so darn rude. no photos once again cos i was too hungry and dug right into our food, leaving only empty plates for show.
dinner was at Umami Restaurant along Bathurst St. it's a pretty small eatery which appears to be catered towards working people looking for a fast, easy and good Japanese meal during lunch time. the food surprised me really; cos for the price, it was a very yummy and enjoyable meal.
the restaurant can probably seat up to a maximum of 20.
Takoyachi aka Octopus balls.
small serve of Sashimi
i had the Unagi Don. the eel was sliced nicely and man was that sauce deelish!
gaoster had the Tofu + Seafood Don. the seafood portion was rather generous and pretty fresh too.
holidays always make me put on weight the most. but hey, at least it's good food all the way!