if it’s good, they will queue

My parents were down in Singapore last week for whatever purpose they had in mind. And I am sure they were happy when they left.

My sister decided to bring them to Ichiban Boshi (Great world shopping complex?) for dinner last Saturday as the food are touted to be quite good. Then again, whether the  food’s good or otherwise is irrelevant to my parents. They are not used to Japanese food. Give them chinese, they are happy as a lark.

By the time we reached, there was a long queue greeted us. And my sister decided to wait and queue.

As mentioned, if it’s good, you will see a queue.

Food is good, so are other Japanese restaurants.

the queue


parents can't decide what to order


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