The most frequently visited places to date? So far it's been zenQ and Coco's Fresh Tea & Juice.
< Pictured below: Tofu Pudding with Sweet Potato and Q Balls from zenQ, Lemon King and Mango Yakult from Coco's >
Unfortunately, neither of the items lived up to the Kimchi Fries we previously tasted. The Unagi Tacos, which could be ordered as a Single or Triple, were composed of sliced onions, pickled radish, avocado, and lightly marinated eel placed atop a not-quite-properly-toasted wheat pita. The amount of sauce was meager, and the flavours somehow just managed to clash. The taco tasted like the leftovers of a dish that a sushi chef's son would create; the unagi looked like it had plucked directly from a sushi roll, drizzled in sauce, and simply set on top of a bunch of Subway ingredients. It just didn't work.
Had the pita been toasted, or if the ingredients possessed more of a cohesive property, the dish would actually work. This, from what I could tell, was not fusion, but rather something that had not been given a whole lot of thought.
The Spoon Pizza, which we chose to have kimchi embedded below the cheese layer, had an interesting taste. It tasted mainly of tomato sauce and potatoes at first, as the mashed version of the root vegetable filled most of the pan underneath, but then gradually morphed into a potatoes-with-kimchi-and-cheese - like taste. Once again, it wasn't as astounding as the kimchi fries. It was still a good dish, though I would've preferred more cheese and less potato.
Han Ba Tang didn't carry desserts, so we headed to Sugar Marmalade just before catching the last bus back. It was my first time inside the restaurant, and I have to admit that I quite liked the atmosphere.
The last of my food visuals would be a Matcha on Ice (or rather, a "Matcha Iced Tea") and an absolutely scrumptious burger my mom picked up on the way home from Turtle Jack's.