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Dinner At A One Claypot House, North Point Yishun, Singapore

TWO MEALS AT SAME MALL... 

Met up with my girl in the morning at North Point Yishun.  Took her nearly two hours to reach, poor girl.. station after station... Before we set out, I told her to meet us at UOB bank at the entrance.  My problem was that I did not have Wifi once I reached the mall.  I thought the mall would have wifi at certain places but most of them need password.  So I had to walk around to look for free wifi to get connected with my girl and let her know where we were.  And the place I had wifi was quite far away from UOB... oh my goodness, I had to walk up and down to get through to her....  anyway, cut the story short, we managed to meet up after walking thousand of steps to and fro.... 

We walked around and shopped a bit, not me, of course... paying 3 times as much compared to Malaysia?  Not worth it... LOL.. 

Comes evening, we were given a scrumptious treat at the A One Claypot House... we wanted something light but our host misinterpreted and over-ordered... he thought we wanted something "clear" instead... 
Appetizers....
Roselle tea ...very nice and refreshing... 
Claypot abalone porridge.... 
Greens to go with... 
Fried rice with anchoives...
Chicken floss with eggs... 
Claypot vegetable soup... 
Another type of soup... 
For the four of us... 
Something light became something very heavy instead...
LOL... 
Tourists at North Point Mall... 

Comments

  1. could just send sms to her? costs about rm0.50 for one sms from overseas I think.

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  2. What? No free wifi? Aiyor...here in little country town of Sibu, can even get free wifi at some cheap coffee shops!!! We really must count our blessings!!!

    Yes, multiply by 3, that is why I do not bother to go to Singapore anymore, not worth it. We have a lot, even cheaper in our own country...and nicer too!!! See how they flock to JB and Melaka on weekends, so cheap for them...and so nice.

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  3. The food all looks very good. A happy group!

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  4. That was a super loaded dinner. I approve! LOL!

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  5. I only been to northpoint for a japanese buffet lunch once, too far north for me.

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  6. Light dinner becomes "clear" heavy dinner! Dinner looks delicious.

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