But let’s talk a bit about fashion first? I have been living in this coat ever since I got it. An oversized coat with dropped shoulders and baggy sleeves: ideal for layers and layers underneath, or any batwing design tops. The thick and heavy wool provides just enough warmth without compromising on style.
After a walk around the centre of Mayfair, seeing and breathing in all the Britishness of the environment, I felt like the warmth within my body slowly leaving me. I desperately needed something to warm up my body and soul. Naturally I decided to visit the Shoryu branch in Kingly Court, Carnaby street. On the way in, I pleasantly discovered that their lamp matched my bag, which to me, was fate telling me I made the right choice.(judge all you want)
Well the bun always impresses me. And it did it again. The soft and tender meat(I went for pork) with the bun fall apart in your mouth so easily as you bite into them with the slightest pressure. The texture was perfection. I had to fight hard with my urge to shove it in my mouth the moment it was on the table to take the picture.
Then it was my ramen. There were quite a few choices on the menu. But if I ever had the choice, I’d always go for cold noodles with hot soup(cold soup if in summer). It meant that I had more control. I could decide how dry/wet my noodles can be; how much soup, i.e. flavour I want to taste. Dip my noodles in the soup longer if I wanted it really hot, or pour a little soup on to the cold noodles if I wanted one bite completely cold. It was just much more fun to eat my ramen this way! It was the “Fire & Ice Salmon Tsukemen” on the menu, a real treat for myself.