it has been more than a year I did not voice out the inner feeling of myself. Weird and odd indeed. Every thing seems to be hidden depth inside the heart and the soul. Who knows what am I thinking or worrying of all these while?
Happy Lunar New Year...!!
the very first entry in year 2014.
what am I expecting for after a long period of resting and abandoning this 'lil bloggie?
are you there, my faithful readers?
truth to be told,
bloggie seems to be a platform or a channel for me to shout out the thoughts of my mind. On the contrary, I failed to express myself in speeches. How sadly it is.
not going to make any promises of updating this bloggie occasionally. It is a tough job indeed. But... I would like to seek back the old interests of mine. To brighten up my life. To inspire or enlighten the current circumstance. Oh well... I am not sick of life, sincerely. But the urge of seeking a meaningful life is freaking strong. And it makes me wanna do it now. That is why I am blogging again.
so... pray. Pray that I could overcome all the obstacles and fight for the goal of my life.
thus... live well and stay strong.
Posted by m0n pEt!t
"Why TODAI? Today is TODAI." -- the slogan of Todai which makes no sense. According to Elmer Dills, famous Los Angeles food critics, once described Todai as "The Mother of All Seafood Buffet". I doubt it, however.
Todai is an international seafood and sushi buffet restaurant which is located in The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands. I went to there in this afternoon. With a humble entrance of Todai restaurant, I expected there are plethora of food selection to satisfy my taste bugs and stomach. But apparently it did not reach my expectation. What a disappointment to dine in there.
from the information I obtained, either from the official website, blog reviews, or the compliments of the foodies, Todai is kinda highly-recommended buffet restaurant to have a wonderful seafood feast. However, it failed to make me feel so.
the colleagues and I were having lunch there. We got ourselves all the way from JB to S'pore in order to taste the Alaskan snow crabs and oysters. But obviously none of them were available. Not even a piece of salmon or Chili Crabs.
based on the blog reviews I read, Todai supposed to provide us those delicacies. Shall I conclude that I am that unlucky to gain the opportunity to taste them? No further comment 'bout it.
goodnight, people! I am wore out as walked too much. Not going to talk 'bout the food anymore. To dine in Todai, is such a waste.
Posted by m0n pEt!t