Sushi Station on Friday night
It was going to be a weekend when I would have a rare chance to just go out, not read my dossiers or write essays or do research. The mid-semester break did not serve anything at all. I was still punished by two assessments which were due right after the break and so the weekend of 10-12 Oct became my very first break instead.
With this in mind, I was in a semi-carnival mood as I came back from uni late Friday evening. My parents were ready to go out
and have dinner at the Sushi Station in West End, where they serve more than Sushi in a buffet style. I changed my cloths quickly and hopped on
Lexus with them.
Our old friends - the Cheong family - decided to join us for the night. Mrs. Cheong called up my mother
as we drove towards the City
. I have not had dinner with them in 10 years, it surely added a sense of festivity to our little event.
Dropping by at Cheong's place
, we decided to call up the restaurant and postpone our booking. None of us knew the exact address and contact number of the restaurant so we resorted to Yellow Pages and Chinese newspapers.
15 minutes later than our appointed time. It was not a busy night - good for us, so that nobody will compete with you over your favourite dish. The restaurant is in a much better shape now that the owner and the management have changed and the buffet
now has much more to offer on its menu. My favourite dish was the fresh, raw oysters but it is now replaced by sashimi and I'm quite disappointed by that.