Christmas Farewell Lunch
Happy New Year again to everyone! Let me share how my 30 hungry colleagues & clients ate & slaughtered my bosses during our annual Christmas lunch treat! My boss Dato Simon Lee threw a big lunch instead to coincide with the farewell of our client Mr. Kiyoshi Hayashi who was returning back to Japan.
We all headed to this trendy seafood joint somewhere in
Bangsar. Look at how my colleagues ate and guess the
They have a nice and cosy ambiance that reminds me of the
Fisherman's Wharf at the Bay Area in San Francisco.
We took up half section of the whole big restaurant. The Japanese
clients filled the first table with 3 Datuks entertaining them.
I always felt comfortable to sit with my Malay colleagues instead.
They serve fresh oysters which were air flown
from Holland, England & France!
My colleagues called so many servings of different oysters.
The first time I saw a Christmas Tree
made from many oyster shells.
I ordered the seafood soup and it was so
delicious & rich flavoured.
This is a huge serving of baked salmon fish, enough to feed
half dozen people.
A salmon dish with wasabi. So unusual.
Huge lobsters for all.
A pan full of big prawns.
A pan of mixed seafood.
A hamburger with beef and crispy cut fries.
A beef steak with blood oozing out. Bluek!
A plate of poached salmon.
So many types of desserts ordered but this brownies is the best!
The damage was RM4,700.00
Ho Ho Ho Ho!
Ho Ho Ho Ho!