My Sweet 28th: Au Chocolat

Big big thanks & hugs to the people who celebrated my birthday for me even though they know that I never like celebrating for myself!

Yes, I am weird in this way! I can sing birthday songs for others, but when people sing it for me, I will feel like hiding! LOL!

 Anyway, C brought me to Au Chocolat at Marina Bay Sands. My reaction was: “Huh?? You ask me eat chocolate for dinner?!”

Because the place is pretty big, I didn’t see the bistro cafe right at the end! 

 C, myself, S & D 😉 

 Au Chocolat’s menu has a very cottage feel to it.

The dishes names are interesting!

We read reviews that the food portions are very big so we ordered a main course to share between two person & another 2 side dishes to share among 4 of us.

 Sorry guys I didn’t look very excited coz my whole nose/head was congested that day & having cramps! But I really very touched & happy!

Truffle Fries really da bomb!

 S & D shared this beef stew. Looks so good!

 C & I shared this creamy mushroom chicken breast crepe which was so super huge! We couldn’t finished & kept asking D to eat lol!

 Some tender chicken thingy which is really nice!

Calamansi Meringue pie/tart? The inside very sour!

The lovelies wanted to order 3 sweets when we were already so full. They casually went to choose, then got the waitress/waiter to bring it over with a candle. You guys succeeded! I almost wanna hide hahahaha!

 Another one! Chocolate cake which is very rich.

 Found this together with the gift. Puss-in-boots as cute as ahem me.

I love you guys too!!

 I don’t like this side!

 A classic black watch from French Connection! Thank you, Cherie, Sharon, Dine & Joey again!

 I really feel blessed to have this lovelies in my life. ❤

Next post is another kind of celebration but a very different one! Stay tuned!

 (Note: This is not a food review so don’t expect too much nor think all the food pics only have captions no description ok ;-p)

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  1. Dear Miss Herine,

    Happy Belated Birthday!!

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