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Double Yummy At UCC


Funny thing happened. Daughter had a theatre date with cousins and aunt O. So while waiting for them, me and C had fun exploring Newport Mall and RWM. We had a light dinner at Noodle Works. Then we got tired and decided to have dessert at UCC (will blog about it soon). Went around the mall a bit after dessert and then C left when O texted me that the musicale just ended and she'll text me again where they'll be having late dinner. Hahaha. They ended up at UCC, too. Yes, I know, the food there tastes good. I'm not complaining. ;)




Mango-Kani Salad. Since I'm still full, I just ordered salad. I love mango-kani salad... except that ... the mango was sour. I like my ripe mango sweet. But then, ripe mangoes are unpredictable when it comes to sweetness so its ok. Yum yum crab stick also.




Mushroom Pasta. O's order. Good!




Fried Chicken Omu-Rice. Winner! R ordered this. It was served piping-hot so don't just happily dig-in. ;)




Salmon and Shrimp Omu-Rice. Daughter ate this. She loves anything with shrimp and salmon. However, because the omu-rice has a hint of spiciness, we had it changed to plain rice. Daughter says two thumbs up.




Lengua Omu-rice. O and N was supposed to share this but N ate it all. Delish?




Sugar Crystals. For coffee or for the cakes. Crunchy. Kids love this. :)




Sugarfree Tiramisu. O's dessert.

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