After South Bank, we headed to the CBD via Citycat.
Left: The casino.
Right: Random view in the CBD.
We went to David Jones’ food court for its spicy beef noodle ($6.50) which was recommeded by my friend. It wasn’t bad for the price.
Then we headed to Fortitude Valley aka Chinatown of Brisbane via train. ARG! Just realized I didn’t save the photos of the Chinatown arch for this post. It felt like pasar malam in Malaysia and the area is not a place I would want to be, just didn’t have good feeling when I’m there. I still prefer the Chinatown of Adelaide, clean, cosy and small.
Oh… See the bicycles? It’s everywhere. You have to be a member to be able to ride them if I’m not mistaken.
After Fortitude Valley, we headed back to Myer where Beach House is located. My friends had pre-dinner drink here and we killed our time here while waiting for dinner time.
By the way, see Starbucks? It’s not a common sight to see it in Australia, only major cities. Used to have it in Adelaide but close shop years back due to different coffee culture and they expanded too fast.
Dinner time! Funny Funny here we come. A Korean restaurant. I felt as if I’m in Korea here.
Left: Beer, the only glass I had. This is the only beer I’m willing to drink ;p Didn’t drink the soju, just wetted my tongue with it, damn strong!
Right: Yummy side dishes!
Left: Spicy seafood and beg soup served in hotpot (medium-$27). Very spicy indeed! However, it tasted as if there’s so much MSG in it.
Right: Tuna in kimchi soup served in hotpot (medium-$27), not spicy at all but didn’t like tuna cooke this way.
Food portion was huge! Fed 6 people and could feed two more too. Side dishes were refilled for free. Paid only $9 for this dinner. Worth it!
After dinner, we called it a night, it was so tiring.