|our first time here|
|good first impressions|
Paying for food at Taste of Asia is unlike food courts at other shopping malls in that you will need to purchase a ‘prepaid’ card of your own predetermined value.
|be sure to get your 'prepaid card' card|
|the lady is an actual Korean, cool!|
|she even obliged us with a photo|
|the Japanese stall|
|I tried the set on the left|
Brendan eventually ordered the Kimchi Jjigae (a variety of jjigae, or stew-like Korean dish, made with kimchi [pickled vegetables] and other ingredients, such as scallions, onions, diced tofu, and seafood) , Cat had the Bi Bim Bap (literally means "mixed rice", served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with namul [sautéed and seasoned vegetables] and gochujang [chili pepper paste]) while I tried the Teriyaki Chicken (broiled or grilled while being basted in a marinade based on soy sauce, mirin, and sugar) Bento set.
|Brendan's Kimchi Jjigae, marvellous|
|the boy can hardly wait|
|my Teriyaki Chicken Bento, heavenly|
|Cat's Bi Bim Bap|