Saturday, May 24, 2014
Lunch @ Seven Springs
I've been to Seven Springs (again, one of my favorite buffet restaurants in Seoul) several times with my office friends, but never have I been there with my family. To put it straight, it so happened that May is a family-month which offers a free-access-for-kids program.!! aha^^
well, come on..it's relatively expensive to come to a buffet restaurant even on a weekly or monthly basis^^ So, since it's May and Mama just celebrated her birthday...*why not...?*
It's a good thing that we decided to be here since there were lots of choices for the kids to enjoy. But, since my kids are not lotsa-eater, I kinda thought that it was surely a good decision to bring the kids here while its free-for-kids-program was held. Otherwise, we'd paid a lot but none of them would eat that much.^^
This time around..I was happy to learn that at least...they could learn something, i.e. that eating (even on buffet like this) had its own limitation. We can't force ourselves to eat as much as we want. There are limits. And that's what they learned that day.
Happy Birthday, Mama..and for Eyra and Freya..it's a chance for them to enjoy...well, not everyday-meal that they usually have:) It may sound so silly..but, what do you expect? Seven Springs offers variety of food imaginable & available only on a buffet like this.
The colors and displays of food were all so tempting that just by looking at them...we sort of become full in ourselves. At least, not for the feast of our eyes.
Didn't take many pictures..but we'd come to the very last phase of our buffet: dessert.
And this is what we had, no..at least what my wife had.
The combination of colors she deliberately put on her plate was enough to arouse my curiosity as to what it'd been like to put those into captured moment..and so here what it went by. hmm, pretty impressive, right? (*but for me...one of the best menu attractions in Seven Springs was..its nasi goreng (fried rice) which is deliciously prepared in Indonesian-style.
After for about 1.5 hour having a lunch-time @ Seven Springs, Eyra became somewhat full and well....even Freya didn't want to come up to take a picture. Instead, she just showed her fingers from under the table.
*Alhamdulillah, we could spend our time and celebrate this moment with them.
*Seven Springs open in many areas across the country. * worth-visiting*