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Matsuya, Bangsar

Hey guys!!! Weekends are finally here and guess what? The toughest week that I mentioned is finally over!!! I've finally completed my research paper with my research partner, Coey. We felt super relieved after submitting the assignment to our lecturer. We had spent a lot of time on doing the assignment, from doing a proposal, finding journals to support our arguments, conducting a survey, analysing the data we collected to writing a few thousands of words to come up with a proper research paper. It was extremely arduous because we also had to cope up with our studies and other subjects' assignments at the same time. But I am glad that everything is over now! 

Um, not really yet. 

Because we still have 2 more presentations to go. *Smacks forehead* 

But well, at least all the assignments have been completed and I felt as if the weight I had been carrying upon my shoulders had completely vanished into thin air! 

Oh ya, I'll be sitting for my FINAL EXAM during the end of June and it will probably be another tough month for me. So, please bear with me if I do not update my blog frequently. I will try my best to update my blog at least once a week! 

Anyway, if you guys didn't know, I recently joined a contest organised by Sunsilk Malaysia which required me to make a video! It is named the Sweet Trip contest because Sunsilk Malaysia will send 3 pair of lucky winners to a 4D3N trip to Korea and meet the kpop group MBLAQ in person!! And guess what? Coey and I made it into Top 20!! We were then required to attend an audition last Thursday! 


While waiting for our turn to be interviewed....LET US TAKE A SELFIE.

Ashley was shortlisted too!! I wish we could win and go to Korea together!!

Winners will be announced on Sunsilk Malaysia's Facebook page next week. *Fingers crossed* 

After the audition, Ashley, Coey and I decided to hang out together in Bangsar! Sorry no pictures but I uploaded a short video on Instagram. We talked a lot. Our conversation was endless. Too bad Ashley couldn't join us for dinner because she had to meet her friend up in Mont Kiara. 

Ok, Coey and I actually had no intention of having Japanese cuisine for dinner. We happened to pass by a Japanese restaurant named Matsuya and we decided to give it a try. 

The restaurant was actually quite small, but the ambiance was pretty calm and relaxed.

Salmon Mayo Maki (RM22) 
We just can't live without salmon. Every time we go to a Japanese restaurant, salmon has got to be in our "must-order" list! Anyway, the Salmon Mayo Maki was mediocre. I agree that the salmon was fresh but the Mayo sauce tasted a bit weird for me. 

My Udon with tempura, chicken slices and vegetables. (RM28) 
It will be a perfect dish if you have it on a rainy day. The soup was very palatable and the portion was quite filling for me! 

Chicken Karaage Don. (RM20) 
Dedicated to people who love eggs and chickens! Um..I have nothing much to say about the dish because Coey said it was just so-so and nothing special about it. 

Ending this post with a blurry selfie of myself haahaha!!

Matsuya Japanese Cuisine No. 19, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2202 2618 

Just in case you want to know, the pastel pullover I was wearing is from Ellysage! Check them out!! :D

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