Restaurant Review: SumoSam
Though my heart was filled with both happiness and amazement after meeting Nicholas Sparks, I couldn’t deny the fact that I was really hungry. Waiting for more than five hours with only a bottle of water and a pack of crackers which Aubrey and I shared, my stomach reached its limit. As soon as we got hold of the signed books, we rushed out of Powerbooks to have our lunch.
We went to the second level of Greenbelt 3 but none of the restaurants appealed to us. Being with Aubrey, who claims to be on a diet made it more difficult for us. We went to the third level and spotted SumoSam. She said that she would have either salad or maki. Boyet was again craving for soup so without further discussion, we went inside the restaurant.
Service was really fast. The Gyoza Soup arrived first on our table. I was screaming a lot during the event so the hot soup which has a hint of sweetness was very soothing for my tired throat.
Though not my favorite, this dish is still ok. The texture of the squid was just right. It wasn’t crunchy but it wasn’t chewy either.