It was Jia‘s birthday last Friday but we celebrated in belated this evening. We made arrangement to celebrate together last Tuesday evening at Danes Cafe but it was cancelled on short notice as I had to attend an obligatory family dinner with a relative who visited our family while on business trip. Jia mentioned that there was no need to celebrate anymore since it was past the actual day.
I think it had been a year or two since we last celebrated together. I insisted that we celebrate together since I had nothing planned for this evening. It is once in a blue moon that Jia is staying in Bandar on weekends as she normally stay with the in-laws in Lumut. Jia brought Lucas along tonight. It had been quite some time since I had last seen Lucas after our brunch meeting at The Frenz Cafe months ago.
Happy Birthday, BFF!
Lighting at Kaizen Sushi Waterfront was way too bright that it makes you looking all brightened up in the picture. This was the best which I had got and it was probably the one which Jia did not like as compared to the second one I got. But in my defense, she looked nicer in this picture than the other one.
Without further ado, let me show you what we had for dinner tonight! We ordered in moderate since we agreed to go for coffee after dinner. Out of the six dishes that we ordered, two were for lil’ Lucas. When you are a mother, you order what your kid can eat rather than what you like to eat. And when you shop, you shop for diapers and milk powder. LOL!
Tamago Sushi | B$1.80 & Sake Cheese Sushi | B$3.60
Tamago Sushi for lil’ Lucas and Sake Cheese Sushi for Jia since I don’t think I could stand the taste of raw cream cheese nowadays. Tamago tasted too sweet for my liking, no wonder lil’ Lucas loves it.
Agedashi Tofu | B$4.50
Ordered this for lil’ Lucas and he loved it. Kept asking for more and I think it was the teriyaki sauce which he loves.
Spicy Maguro Temaki | B$3.60
Shitake Tempura | B$6.30
Sashimi (Sake) | B$12.80
Loved the thick and juicy slices of these sashimi. We being the heartless adults asked lil’ Lucas if he wanted the lemon slice and the toddler agreed. LOL!
The kind couple sitting across us gave lil’ Lucas one of their balloons. When the servers were serving us our food, Lucas kept on saying thank you to them which both Jia and I doubted if they understood what Lucas was saying in baby language.
Lil’ Lucas kept on pushing his luck with the sashimi on the table, we had to stop him from doing so by giving him cucumber slices to keep him occupied. LOL!
Kaizen Sushi Waterfront
Block G, First Floor,
Bandar Seri Begawan,
Negara Brunei Darussalam