By chance, we managed to catch a Taiko drum performance by a visitng Japanese troupe.
Their performance was amazingly energetic and adrenaline-pumping though the volume nearly ruptured my earbuds as I was standing right in front of them. Its a pity that they were only around for the weekend.
The bf managed to snag himself this adorable Pokemon mask, it's called Mijumaru and its an otter, though the pokemon is kindda bit stupid in my opinion. It was so hilarious when a little Japanese girl saw him wearing the mask, her eyes went incredibly wide and she stared non-stop at him and was tugging at her mother's skirt to get her to look at the mask.
Got this amazing Pudding Dorayaki, Steph remarked that it looked like it could cause diabetes from eating it, but it wasn't that sweet. The bitterness from the caramel contrasted the sugery-sweetness nicely.
We later walked around abit before having Tea break at the new French bakery in town.
Potato pancake with sauteed mushrooms and side salad. The whole dish was really fresh and I loved the earthiness of the mushrooms, the potato pancake had just the right amount of crispy bits as well as soft, mushy sections like mashed potatos.
Teatime set, with a slice of chocolate cake, creme brulee and 2 macarons (one lemon, one chocolate) and Vanilla tea. The chocolate cake was rich and dense in the middle with a slight crispness to wards the edges, the creme brulee was heavenly and so smooth, it was like eating pure cream. The lemon macaron was tart but not too sweet but the chocolate macaron was abit too much, maybe because I had demolished half the cake by then, so I was alittle sick of chocolate.
Maxi dress: This Fashion