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Lunch At The Range After Junction Sunday Church Service

We attended the English session in Junction church for the first time, all the while I have been going to the Chinese session which is in the afternoon.  I did not know what to expect, yes, mostly were locals, and on stage was one full band with three lead worshippers.  They sang four songs, all basically new songs which I have not heard before... that reminds me, I must listen more to the youtube for newer version of worship songs.

The message given by the Pastor's wife was simple, easy to understand, though it took 40 minutes, I find delight in listening to her.  The service started at 10.30am and it was over before noon... Since we did not have a proper breakfast earlier, Aaron took us to The Range Cafe.  The Range is a chain retailer selling home, garden and leisure products including furniture and kitchen equipment.  And there is this little cafe on level one overlooking the store below, the popular menu here is their homemade from scratch pizza and their tomato soup besides others...
Junction Church English session... 
At the Range Cafe... one level up...
Overlooking the store.... 
Having our light lunch...
Thin crispy pizza with lots of cheese!!  
Oh dear, I took two big pieces!
I forgot what this one is... coz it was not mine.. LOL... 
I had their thick tomato soup.... I like it coz they did not put creamy stuff in... 
That was our light lunch for the three of us....
It came to around 14 pounds... 


  1. The Range cafe is very big. The pizza looks so good, looks like pineapple topping. And the tomato soup looks very good too!

  2. The pizza is not big so two pieces of it for you aren't too much.

  3. I like this kind of retail idea, a cafe overlooking a store, can go makan after shopping or vice versa.

    I like both the pizza and the tomato soup, especially the tomato soup which looks very appetizing.

  4. Somehow I am not into tomato soup.

  5. Same with STP, I am not into tomato soup...

  6. Very light meal, for a change. LOL!

  7. I like the look of the pizza but not so keen on the tomato soup.


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