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Dinner At Pepper Lunch

Did you get the joke?


Daughter and I attended the Toycon Event at SM Megamall last week but since the mall was crowded, we decided to go to Shangri-La Plaza to eat dinner. I was craving for chicken at Wee Nam Kee but daughter said she missed Pepper Lunch already. So that's where we ended up eating our dinner. Did you get the joke now? Haha




This restaurant originated in Japan in 1994. It is categorized as "fast-steak" and is very popular in Tokyo and Hong Kong and also has many franchises worldwide.

What I like here is the hot-plate concept. I mean, I really enjoy eating hot meals because it warms my tummy. ;)

Daughter and I both ordered the Beef Plate which happens to be our favorite here so there's only one photo. As always, the food did not disappoint and the serving is quite generous. Luckily, daughter still has a space in her tummy so she ate half of my food also. Think bottomless pit.




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