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Catching up at Sun with Moon

It was another overdue catch up with Y and I was grateful for a slower week at work that allowed me to take leave and Y's schedule permitted us to meet for a short lunch.

I decided on Sun with Moon Japanese restaurant at Wheelock, remembering their good value and quality set lunches. Both of us haven't been there in ages! The restaurant was packed to the brim but service was still good. Orders were taken quickly and food arrived in about 10-15 minutes.

I was feeling super hungry and ordered the saba and seafood kimchi pot set. The saba fish used to be much bigger and juicier though this smaller version isn't too bad as well.  That meal filled me much without much of that 3-4pm hunger pangs.


Y and I talked about everything from the wedding to home decor. She alerted me to the Crate and Barrel Store ( I forgot it existed!), to Public Garden happening that weekend at National Design Center, and also to a furniture shop called Second Charm. I went to both Public Garden (my first time!) and to Second Charm's shop at Kallang. At both Crate and Barrel and Second Charm, I went gaga over beautiful pieces of furniture. Lots of inspiration for home decor definitely! At Public Garden, I even bought a statement necklace (I have been trying to cut down on unnecessary shopping) because it was unique and the price cannot be beat at $26?


Thanks Y, for your company and friendship. I always learn something new from you!

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