Saturday, January 10, 2009

Of German sausages to local beef noodles

~ I love sausages

Had dinner with my friends at Brozteit ( Raffles City ). It is sorta of a open cafe concept. Go to the one at Vivo if air con is a must to you. I found the place airy. However, it does come across somewhat noisy when the crowd increased.

I shared the sausage platter for 2 with a friend. Two pals ordered the pork knuckles. Food was okay.. nothing fantastic , though I particularly love the spicy sausages as well as the lamb ones..hmmm... makes you yearn for more heehe

Hopped over to Raffles City basement for some wholesome Japanese Green Tea!

me with my ocha freeziee and sharon had tea-ramisu

Oops, just realised we didn't pose for a group pic this time round..there were 8 of us that night :)

Thursday Lunch--

Beef noodles
I had the $3 portion. Beef was well sliced , thin, easy to chew and not over cook! Sauce was okay, the soup given was a lot.. one huge bowl. Soup was sweet, had the beef essence..

You can choose the mix version which comes with beef balls etc.

Blk 22 Toa Payoh Lorong 7,
#01-06 ( Hawker Center)


Ikea food always make me go hmmm.....

1 comment:

EP said...

Actually, I would avoid the VivoCity outlet of Brotzeit too, if I wanted air-conditioning. Part of the restaurant opens out to the al fresco dining area, and that means the interior of the restaraunt proper is neither really air-conditioned nor open air.