- Ahhh Mamak. Always good!
- While strolling around Darling Harbour, we stumbled upon the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Its cheesy name meant we had to check it out.
Turns out it was beautiful! The moment we stepped inside, serenity and tranquility washed over us. It felt as though the world stopped turning for a few minutes for us to listen to the trickling water and watch the koi fish and ducks playfully swim around each other (some of the koi were bigger than the ducks!).
I love that there's an oasis such as this in the heart of the bustling Sydney city.
- We hit up Zumbo for lots of sweet treats to take home. My review of his macarons in 4 words - flavours yay, texture meh.
- Then we had dinner at Sushi Hotaru which we stumbled upon while visiting Kinokuniya yesterday. It turned out to be a winner! Every plate on the kaiten was $3 (unless it's on a gold plate).. that's right, pretty much ALL the sushi there was $3!!! Including sushi and handrolls you can order off the ala carte! For sushi that tasted this delicious and fresh, I almost felt bad for paying just $3 for each plate.
AND THEY HAVE FLAME TORCHES. TO MAKE THESE FLAME GRILLED PRAWNS AND SCALLOPS. OMG.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Day 204 - Sydney, it's been swell
Thanks for the smiles, Sydney: