Saturday Night Fever (The Bee Gees)

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It’s been a while since we last saw Jarrod and Geetha.

Last night, we met up with them and headed to Arab Street for dinner at Amirah’s Grill. The place isn’t what it used to be. They’ve put up these stupid partitions between our favourite spot at the second storey, which is the raised platform near the windows and the rest of the area; felt so claustrophobic and stuffy. One waitress serving us seemed to have a perennial scowl etched on her face, as though we owed her money and the food wasn’t that great anymore; most of us didn’t finish our servings. Not too sure if we’ll ever return to the place.

On the way back to Jarrod’s car, Ooyah had her catwalk moment after watching a few cute cats inside a boutique along Haji Lane. Geetha also received her belated birthday present from us.

As it was already close to midnight, we drove around looking for a place to have dessert before finally settling at Haagen Daz’s outlet in Holland Village. Discussed on the upcoming concerts that we’ll be attending and also plans for holiday trips this coming Chinese New Year and a few more before the year end.

Siem Reap … Mauritius … Barcelona …

Hhmmm … if the wallet is full … the heart is willing.

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~ by blackcadillac73 on January 13, 2008.

4 Responses to “Saturday Night Fever (The Bee Gees)”

  1. ooyah looks so cute in that outfit.

    are you considering penang? naik bot or sampan murah sikit 😀

  2. Penang? Been there twice already lahhh … must explore other places also mahhh …

    Anyway, I thought someone was coming over to Singapore? 🙂

  3. Mauritius sounds like a good place to visit!! 😀

    Never been to 2nd floor of Amirah’s Grill. Just the 1st floor. Looks like an Egyptian museum. Was so fascinated with the display, I was taking pix like crazy. The people there thot I was nuts. Food was alright though.

  4. It sure is and I do need my snorkelling fix.

    Insist on a table at the 2nd floor the next time you’re there, they try to prevent diners from going up for unknown reasons. Laziness perhaps?

    Cafe Le Caire’s 2nd floor is more comfortable though.

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