Rachel and her sisters had organized a pre Chinese New Year gathering cum Lo Hei session on Wednesday (22 January 2014) night together with one of their couple friends (Justin and Daphne). All of us decided to meet directly over at the planned restaurant called Ichiban Boshi over at CentrePoint Branch as we kind of loves Japanese food so decided to have our first Lo Hei there.
Yu Sheng Display at most of the restaurants can be seen outside just like this one.
There were quite a lot of customer having their meals there too but did not over crowded the restaurant (No queuing required when we were there). There were different seating mainly able to cater up to around 6 to 7 people which also had some sushi bar counter seating (If the group had more than 6 people, they should be combining tables to cater for these group of people.)
Chinese (Lunar) New Year is coming very soon and since Rachel and I will not be meeting each other on the eve of Chinese New Year, we decided to have a pre Chinese New Year celebration together with her sisters first. We arranged to meet on Friday (8 February 2013) for dinner and also Lo Hei together as Angel is also around in Singapore on that day.
Laurel asked one of her friends to come along too to join in the fun. We met up at City Hall as we wanted to dine in at Sushi Tei for dinner. We are lucky as there are not many people queuing at Sushi Tei too and was able to be allocate a round table for the 6 of us.
Since I had blogged about Sushi Tei at Raffles City, I will just post the dishes that we had order instead for this post:
Japanese Style Fa Cai Yu Sheng @ $36.80
What will be a Chinese New Year Dinner be without Fa Cai Yu Sheng. I loves Japanese Yu Sheng more than the Chinese style as I can get to eat fresh fish (Sashimi) while the Chinese style might not be able to compare with the freshness (and thickness too).
This is actually a follow up post based on my earlier complaint letter. After getting the reply from Crystal Jade, Ashley, on 13 February 2013, I actually thought that that is the end of this complaint letter as I did not received any reply from them since then.
But I was wrong, on 19 February 2013, I received another e-mail reply from them and this time, from Raymond Wong. He apologized about this incident that I had experience and stated that they had since identify and provided some re-training and counseling the staff involved. (Hope that this is truth).