a sunday kind of love

7 Jun

Found ourselves surprisingly awake on a Sunday morning (a rare occurrence happening only every other millenia) so Chuck and I went out to grab a nice, hearty breakfast at Food for Thought next to the 8Q Museum.

My order: Creamy scrambled egg with thyme hash browns

These little hash brown balls were so cute. Crisp coat on the outside and soft hot mash on the inside. I asked for ketchup to go with them and they gave me a homemade tomato sauce side which was even better : )

Chuck’s order: Bacon and scrambled eggs on a toasted brioche

We’d been craving legit pancakes for a loooong time, so we also split an order of mixed berry pancakes.

Afterwards, we walked around the area checking out a couple museums (National Museum’s 1960 exhibit), flipped through tons of magazines at Kinokuniya, and finally capped the day off with yummy Tonkatsu sandwiches at Takashimaya.

Days like this make me feel like I’m getting older.

But in a good way.

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4 Responses to “a sunday kind of love”

  1. smokethorn June 7, 2010 at 12:56 PM #

    Seems delicous! nice photo!! ^^

    • ofsaltandsea June 7, 2010 at 7:39 PM #

      it was delicious!

  2. FlashFash June 7, 2010 at 5:54 PM #

    The food look so freakin’ delish! I want those hash browns so bad now.

    • ofsaltandsea June 7, 2010 at 7:40 PM #

      breakfast food is seriously amazing

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