Day 5 – Tuesday
Day 5, which was exactly a week ago, was still a busy day. For lunch on our fifth day, mixing appetizer and main course is as natural as breathing. I had my seafood platter – oyster, mussels, clams and crab with fresh veggie salad on the side.
My usual steak, steamed seafood and potato salad are now mixed with bacon-wrapped sausages, deep-fried chicken lollipops, and spicy steamed fish head and mussels.
Slices of fresh fruits, yoghurt cotta and… tada! Snow egg with sake for 5 consecutive days!
Of course, the boys with their daily dose of ice cream delight. The plain chocolate for the kiddo.
That night our interpreter joined us for dinner and we opted for ala-carte instead of the Japanese dinner buffet offered at Cafe Panorama. A, I and the kiddo shared Nasi Goreng and Spaghetti Carbonara. Not a good combination eh? Haha! But the boy loves spaghetti and the two of us still wanna have a taste of that Indonesian fried rice served the other night. We also had a plateful of fresh salad greens.
Day 6 – Wednesday
Breakfast in Bed. Cinnamon bread. And so we go straight to what was lunch. Fresh salad greens, turnips, cherry tomatoes and slices of fruits. Next to the chicken and leek barbeque are slices of Chinese pork cold cuts.
Also a hearty cream of pumpkin soup.
And moreï¿½Ä¶ pork steak, Japanese barbequed eel, saucy beef and chicken dish, succulent squid parts and sauteed green beans.
Below was my last serving of white egg with sake. I also had jelly and this time, the custard cake tastes like our leche flan. Yummy!
A’s designer instinct never fails to impress me and you’d see it in the way he whips up his ice cream.