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Happy Birthday and Late Dinner at SOMS

P is celebrating her birthday today and since I made some ice-cream the previous night, I'll name the ice-cream "Merry Melon" in honor of her birthday. Gave P some ice-cream and got feedback that its yummy. Yey!

Pardon the photo, though. Earlier, I was asking my friend- N, to teach me the basics of food styling so let's wait and see. :)




Attended Fashion Week early this evening at SMX. I thought that there's a cocktail party but nada! Oh wells, glad that C mentioned SOMS. So after watching the fashion show and being introduced to Xian Lim, Gerald Anderson and Sam Pinto, off we go to SOMS near Rockwell. Luckily, its still open when we arrived which was around 10pm.

Haven't eaten at SOMS for a very, very long time and was excited to order a lot but C and I have been sensible with our orders lately. We avoid ordering too much. Besides, the servings at SOMS are good for sharing.

 


Thai Milk Tea. A bottle is good enough for 2 glasses. Tastes good. However, I find it lacking in sweetness. Or maybe I'm just craving for sugar?




Catfish Salad. This is my fave. Crunchy and sour at the same time. Excellent!

 


Yellow Seafood Curry. So good! Generous serving of squid and the 2 pcs of shrimps are not that tiny either. Thumbs up!


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