Chinese Cabbage with Sesame Dressing

If you could still remember my last post, the Octopus Salad, an appetizer — an exotic appetizer from Radisson Blu Hotel, here’s another one which I’ve tried during that said buffet dinner which I and my classmate, Ernhez, really had a delightful and gluttonous eats.

Chinese Cabbage with Sesame DressingChinese Cabbage with Sesame Dressing

This is a Chinese Cabbage with Sesame Dressing. It was a perfect sour-sweet crunchy cabbage I’ve ever tried. And since it was served just enough for a mouthful of an ordinary lass, believe it or not, I consumed three servings of Chinese Cabbage with Sesame Dressing. LOL!

Stay Healthy, Eat VEGETABLES!

There’s no other reminder but to eat fresh fruits and vegetables my mom used to do for me to stay healthy. But of course, this should be accompanied with a healthy living like no vices — no cigarette smoking, hard liquors, and keeping myself off from a sedentary lifestyle. In short, I need to exercise, keep myself moving and take those sweats out.

Oh Gosh Gulay

For one and only reason that I’ve learned and what has mom told me, being sick is not easy and nowadays, it is very costly. Though there are health insurances which are just easy to avail and apply for, take an example, the no health check life insurance offered by, still, prevention — preventing oneself to get sick and staying healthy is the easiest and simplest thing to do not to get sick.

Octopus Salad

My bad! It’s been more than two months since we dine out at Radisson Blu Hotel but I haven’t posted any food articles about the buffet dinner they offered. Actually, not only our Radisson Blu buffet dinner that I’ve missed blogging, but almost all my food adventures from the very first months of this year. Just imagine the tons of photographs I need to upload; gosh! That’s a month to finish!

Oh well, for now, let me share to you one exotic food I’ve tried at Radisson Blu Hotel buffet dinner.

Octopus Salad

Octopus Salad

As far as I could remember, haha!, this is an Octopus Salad. It has had a sour+salty taste; a typical salad taste but only that the Octopus slices were a bit rubbery. Though those pieces of slices were only an inch and half, I still had longer time to chew and finish a serving of it.

Nonetheless, that was an unforgettable treat to try.

This is, by the way, an entry for Yummy Sunday and Blog Photo Challenge.

East London Dining

When one thinks of London cuisine, one is constantly reminded of the diversity of the city itself. The different cuisines of London’s various communities are perhaps best manifested in East London – in the midst of this rapidly regenerating area, you’ll find authentic delights from the world over that are sure to change your view of dining in London.

East London Dining (image source and credit)

Perhaps the best-known culinary destination in East London is Brick Lane, home to innumerable curry houses, pubs and bars, making it London’s prime territory for Indian and Bangladeshi food. It can be hard to choose one establishment among the masses of options, but you’re likely to enjoy a first-rate meal whichever restaurant you choose, with diverse menus incorporating modern and traditional dishes.

East London is by no means restricted to curries, however. One restaurant in Bethnal Green takes advantage of its hip location to bring classic French dishes to East London. Committed to serving ingredients and wines of the highest quality, and yet remaining surprisingly affordable, this restaurant has gained a reputation for top-quality food, without any of the extravagance that characterizes many of Central London’s hallmark restaurants.

East London’s regeneration has brought about an emphasis on retail, most obviously in the mammoth new Westfield Stratford City, which boasts around 70 places to eat! A day’s shopping is never complete without somewhere to enjoy a wonderful meal, and those who find themselves lured to Westfield will love the range of restaurants on offer, which cater for all tastes – whether you’re a fan of Vietnamese street food, Spanish tapas or Argentinean steak and chips.

With all that East London has to offer, a credit card is essential, whether you’re indulging in a day of shopping or trying out London’s finest cuisine. Alternatively, with American Express charge cards, you can enjoy the flexibility of having no pre-set spending limit or interest charges – you simply have to pay your balance in full at the end of each month, and you can enjoy a variety of exclusive membership rewards.