It was a spur of the moment Valentine date at East Coast Park last year. The constantly hungry preggy me that time asked the hubby if we could eat first before heading to the beach in time for sunset.
Obviously, the hubby had no power to say NO even though it was too early for dinner. LOL!
It doesn't look early inside though.
It just happened we chose a spot opposite the al-fresco dining area. *Those colourful and creatively designed kites on the ceiling are a beauty to behold.
FYI: There's a live band every night but i couldn't wait for them to appear. Satisfying my tummy is the absolute priority. LOL!
Read more with full stomach. You don't want to drool over our Valentine food don't you? LOL!
Hubby feasted on lamb chop
with mashed potato and vegetable salad,
the pasta and cheese lover me had cheese baked spaghetti,
and our little Valentine date had charsiew rice.
Like i said in my Valentine date 2010 blogpost: Universal Studios Singapore, Valentine is not just about couples having candle lit dinner.
It is about sharing LOVE and HAPPINESS with your family and love ones.
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PS. Please don't ask why i didn't post any photo with my face (and tummy). LOL! However,you can click here to see a Valentine Sunset.
To see the complete list of gourmand places we have tried, click here.