How the place looks like. Very nifty. You can choose the 1st, 2nd or 3rd floor but we were cool enough to choose the patio (but really it was because the waiter told us the bigger available tables were reserved for bigger groups -.-''). The patio was cold initially and it took a while for the heat to fill the room but I can imagine it being a lovely place on summer nights.
The design for the menu isn't bad although the lights in the patio were quite dim. The candles they brought us didn't help much and to say the moon provided light is a bit far stretched haha.
The mountains didn't turn blue did they?
I thought it was a bit chilly for cold beverages so I opted for hot chocolate :s Wish I had beer though.
We shared this plate of nachos (and all the other food). Some of the nacho pieces were ridiculously tiny! The cheese hardened quickly as well.
I agree with Joanna on this one, it was a bit too salty. I liked the chips though haha.
I love pasta, but this was nothing too special. Sadly, this picture doesn't make it look too appetizing either.
This was my favourite dish =D The pizza was lovely (though we all agreed that portion wise it could've been bigger). The salad was very fresh too - Joanna's favourite!
YES WE ATE IT ALL. Pigs. Remember now, when we dropped food on the table, we just pushed it down the cracks *evil laugh*
This was so yummy =D Great way to finish off the meal hehe. I tasted banana pieces in this one! It was indeed lovely (not a fan of chocolate chips though - Kevin loved it).
The most photographed award goes to the chocolate banana cake. Why? Because when we took photos of it, it just looked unappetizing from every angle. I think I've captured a decent shot.
On a separate note, I have exactly 2 more weeks of school left for this semester! No free time whatsoever until then. Essays, assignments, work ahhhh!!! *Helen freaks out* I have many post ideas for December though! Stay tuned cupcakes ^_^