Oh! Munchin’, drinkin’, never thinkin’

Breakfast: Horlicks at home and soy joy blueberry at the lab.

Lunch: Stir fried vege and pork set lunch at the Chinese restaurant near school.

Dinner: nadhila’s birthday dinner date @ cotton club!! Ratatouille and mushroom pizza (photographed) and salmon cream fettuccine. I think I prefer the quatro cheese pizza that comes with honey. Boo for trying something new.

Then we literally sang night away. Hells yeah best karaoke buddy ever!

B

karaage

Breakfast: mini binge (Hershey’s kisses, apple, milo, momiji x 2)

Lunch: unagi pie snack

snack: karaage stick from coop (pictured)

Dinner: 山菜うどんie udon with picked vegetables at Kogane Udon near school. The udon noodles were extremely long.

Stone

Breakfast: Apple and momiji x1

Brunch: Ham and cheese bagel @ New Yorker’s Cafe

Snack: Happy date and cocoa

Dinner: Kimchi and gyudon from Matsuya. Then another momiji x 3 lol.

Stone day. Stoned in front of the computer all day long.

ilovelife @ Last Day at Hiroshima

Breakfast: Bulgarian yogurt, 7-11 ham&egg pastry

Coffee break: Cafe Latte @ Tully’s cos we got a half priced coupon from Mazda Zoom Zoom.

Lunch: Fried oyster set lunch! Crazy colorful ain’t it?

Dinner: Nasi lemak @ 大地の木again. My phone died so no pictures. SUPER FULL AFTER THAT walao but girls apparently have a separate stomach for desserts ya know? its not an urban legend ya know? 
Dessert: Autumn sweet potato parfait and matcha icecream with fried bread @ Ootoya. I LOVE that parfait. I ordered the matcha tea because I’m refined like that.

ilovelife @ Miyajima

Breakfast: Unphotographed yogurt

Brunch: Momiji manju aka japanese kuih baulu with red bean paste filling which is a famous snack and also a symbol of Hiroshima. I would go on to have 4 of these throughout the day.

Brunch no.2: Anago-man aka conger eel pau. Another local delicacy so I tried it but big mistake! Imagine a fishy pau… Yeahhhh yucks.

Coffee break: Cappucino with Eva Longoria

Lunch: Anagomeshi atop Mt. Misen. Fishy buns may be an abomination but sweet barbecued anago on rice is awesome.

Dinner: Curry noodles and kimchi.

ilovelife @ Hiroshima Day 2

Breakfast: yogurt for smoother peristalsis.

Breakfast no. 2: Homemade focaccia morning set @ Cafe Ponte by the river. I have this irresistible thing for al fresco cafes on wooden decks near a water source. Don’t they just have a quaint, chill-holiday feel to them?

Lunch: Okonomiyaki again! This time at Shinchan @ Okonomimura (okonomiyaki village). The old man was very grumpy. I still think last night’s okonomiyaki was better though solely because of the raw crispy noodles. Today’s one was just regular soba. And no onion topping!

Snack: duckling donut @ floresta!! I got to eat the head.

Dinner: Our trip coincided with the Hiroshima food festival near the castle so we decided to check it out but by the time we went there half the stalls were already closed. We had some corn on the cob and long stringy fries with cheese!

Ilovelife @ Hiroshima Day 1

Breakfast: Bottled milk tea

Brunch: tuna kimchi onigiri (first time seeing it in the conbini and it’s tasty!)

Lunch aboard JAL: Tullys Pumpkin flower bread (too sweet! And crumbly)

Dinner no.1: Hiroshima-style tsukemen at Bakudanya, Hatchobori. We ordered the small and turns out it was only half a serving size of noodles so we proceeded to…

Dinner no.2: Tonbeiyaki and Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki at Chicchinkurin!!! Best okonomiyaki I’ve ever had. There’s a higher ratio if cabbage to batter and it’s topped with raw crispy noodles. Also the beef bits inside were deeeeelish ! Although, I think they could cut back on the raw onion toppings.. I kept giving Toy all the onions and she got so sick of it in the end we had a pool of onions left on our plate.