Celebrating 300 Days❤️

To celebrate our 300 day celebration we chose yet another Asian restaurant called Rituals Sushi. We set our budget for the night and headed out, me giddy as usual. I had always wanted to taste sushi and was bubbling with excitement. The scene was set near the Marina, and everything was beautiful including my date.


My Dimpled Chin Chocolate,YUM.

Our appetizers might have been one my favorite meals.I enjoyed it so much that I forgot to take pics of it. We both chose Spring roll appetizers which we dipped in the most delicious sweet sauce. It’s rare to have a vegetarian option taste so good! I was craving more of that one dish when I woke up this morning.

I also chose a Miso soup which was common in anime and other things of that nature. Naturally I had to taste it and gosh was it good. At first I was surprised wondering what is this watery brown thing. The very first sip was like traveling to another continent in one bowl of soup. It was also my first time tasting the famous seaweed which I adore in my Korean Dramas. I also forgot to take a pic of it as I was too busy sipping away.


Devouring The Spring Rolls Vegetarian option

Finally came along our highlight dishes. Tevin my love chose a salmon roll which I enjoyed more than my choice which was a tuna roll. His was drizzled with the most delicious sauce ever and then i chose to try it with the side soy sauce. SIGH .  I love when eating becomes more than just eating and instead you have an entire experience in your mouth.It was so good that I already hoped to go back to the restaurant sometime in the future.


Grilled Salmon Roll



Maguro Maki (Tuna Roll)

 Read about how I celebrated our 100 days here and share your experiences in the comments!





♥Korean 100 day Celebration♥

I am a k-drama fan girl. Naturally this love of k-dramas has left me with the ultimate goal of one day living in Korea as well as learning their language, and using cute phrases such as ” Oppa!” whenever I get the chance. I am not as near to that dream as I would hope to be and so I like to incorporate little things to help me get just one tiny step closer to it. For example I bought chopsticks, learned how to use them and most times enjoy my spaghetti using my chopsticks. I even once tried to make their famous Jajangmyeon .  It was not a success however not knowing what the original dish tastes like made me all the more accepting of it. Another part of their culture is the famous 100 day celebrations. It used to be rare for their babies to live very long and so it became popular to celebrate the baby’s first 100 days of life. It is also very popular in the dating world to celebrate your first 100 days. I had never done this before but the thought of trying it was always on my mind. Finally I was able to try this out.

The biggest challenge was trying to make it feel like  a “Korean style” 100 day celebration especially as I have no experience besides watching K-dramas. There are no Korean restaurants in my country and the closest thing to it are regular Chinese restaurants.We chose one called the Sunroof Restaurant. It was beautifully decorated and we were greeted and served by an extremely pleasant and friendly staff, giving our night the perfect romantic atmosphere. We tried a Tofu vegetarian meal as that is something I  noticed  to be prevalent in the Asian culture. I was surprised by the taste  but was not captured by it and so I left it for my date to devour, while I enjoyed a curried chicken meal.  I did not know whether the menu was  authentically Chinese but nevertheless I smiled like an idiot all through dinner because it was the closest  I have come to it, and no, there was no dramatic moment where I splashed water into my date’s face.(k-drama fans know what i mean)


All this to say,  if you have something like this that you want to try, don’t be bugged down by the fact that you are not in the country and that this may not be the real deal.Make it your own. Put little things together like  eating with chopsticks to make you feel like you are one step closer to  your very big dream.  I do not know if I will ever get to visit South Korea and have my K-drama moments but I feed my starving dream slowly yet surely, one K-drama episode at a time.

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