Yesterday is International Burger Day. McDonald’s offered a free Quarter Pounders hamburgers to all of their mobile app customers, as long as they are placed the order through the app. KFC got a similar offer too. Buying a chicken hamburger via their mobile app is also getting a buy one get one free offer. Moreover, there were a lot of people in McDonald for getting this free burger. I believe KFC should have fewer people. In the end, I also spent six dollars this afternoon to obtain two chicken hamburgers without waiting in a queue in KFC Calamvale.
When I first discovered Pokemon in 1999, I became a HUGE fan! Like, I watched the cartoon every morning before rushing off to school (thankfully, I only lived five minutes away) and played my way through all the Pokemon games from red to gold.
I’ve also seen all the movies; when I saw the trailer for the newest one, which involved LIVE people and a TALKING Pikachu, I HAD to see it!
Since the Pokemon franchise was aimed for kids, while watching this movie I noticed that it was geared for older viewers. Fair enough, my generation who enjoyed this cartoon as kids were all grow up now and could appreciate the depth in this movie.
Pikachu was obviously my favourite Pokemon in this movie. Adorable, wise-cracking and furry, what more could I ask for? However, this movie also featured an array of Pokemon, some of which were unfamiliar to me. Fair enough, I’m pretty good with the first 150, but after the Gold and Silver versions were released and more than 100 new Pokemon were invented, I started losing track of them!
All in all, this was an absolutely magnificent movie; recognising all the different Pokemon from my childhood just brought a wave of nostalgia!
My visit to Shorncliffe Brisbane did not disappoint me. If you’re looking for a family fun destination that will keep you and the kids entertained, Shorncliffe Brisbane should be at the top of your list. Shorncliffe Brisbane is a beachside park featuring a jetty, board walk, playground, fishing area, and picnic area. On the weekends, Shorncliffe Brisbane is full of families enjoying the sun and the beautiful views of the ocean. Children love building sandcastles on the beach or playing on the playground. Adults can fish, enjoy the sun, and stroll up and down the “Lover’s Walk” board walk. There are activities for every age here, making it a perfect family-friendly destination.
It’s also worth paying a visit to Shorncliffe Brisbane in April to attend the famous Bluewater Festival held every year. The festival is a one-day event jam-packed with entertainment, food, and fun activities. You’ll find live music, carnival rides, a petting zoo, hundreds of local food stalls, and fireworks to end the night. Even though the festival is to celebrate the start of a yacht race, there’s lots to do in addition to watching the boats.
Shorncliffe Brisbane is a great place year-round to relax and have fun with the family. It’s an especially exciting place to visit when the Bluewater Festival is in town so you can be a part of the festivities. I will definitely be returning soon.
The famous Palazzo Versace Gold Coast Hotel Seafood Buffet is one of the most extravagant buffets I have ever seen. This five star gold coast seafood buffet gives patrons an elaborate layout of seafood, meats, pastries, deserts, and salads. From the minute you walk into the front door, you are immediately met with the beautiful aroma of garlic butter shrimp, deliciously baked cheese lobster, and the subtle smell of a flowing chocolate fountain.
The cost per person is a bit expensive, but it is well worth it. For each adult dinner ticket, the price is $90 per person. Make sure you come prepared to eat. I personally made sure that I ate well over $90 worth of seafood.
As you may know, the cost of fresh seafood in the Gold Coast is incredibly pricey. When you consider the market price of king crab, fresh salmon, tuna, and pacific oysters, the price tag of $90 per person doesn’t seem so bad.
If you are big fan of seafood, you will notice the quality is incredibly fresh at the Gold Coast Seafood Buffet. As you gulp down oysters, they taste icey fresh. The succulent salmon doesn’t even have that classic fishy smell. The tuna and salmon is so fresh, it smells like it was just picked from the ocean only hours ago.
When it’s time for desert, the first thing you see is a large chocolate fountain that looks like something from a Hollywood Movie. The flowing chocolate passes through layer upon layer of channels as it drips down to the beautiful pool at the bottom. Among the glorious chocolate fountain is a spread of sweet desserts and other pastries.
This is one buffet on the gold coast that you cannot pass up
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Mr. Curry is best-known for their budget Japanese-style curry-based lunches, and while in the past I’ve tried their $5 chicken curry rice and enjoyed it, it seems like that item is no longer on the menu.
Last week I passed their branch at Sunnybank Hills Shopping Town and saw that Mr. Curry was offering a new dish – chicken and chips (or salad instead of chips, if you’re trying to stick to a diet) for just $5. I love chicken and chips, so I knew I had to try it, and I ordered the $5 chicken and chips meal deal.
The portion size was okay, the chicken was delicious, and the chips were hot and crispy – for just $5, this is a bargain deal for a quick takeaway lunch. I will definitely be ordering this again the next time I see a Mr. Curry store!
Mr. Curry in Sunnybank Hills Shopping Town is open from 9am-5:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9am-9pm on Thursdays (late night shopping), 9-4pm on Saturdays, and 10-4pm on Saturdays. You can find it on level 4 of Sunnybank Hills Shopping Town, in the food court.
Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown,
After the renovation of Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown Food Court, a few new shops were included. Also, the region of Sunnybank slopes is getting increasingly prosperous. So there are many new eateries here, and I discovered that there is another ramen shop there, which is Ramen champion. It was at the part of the ramen shop in Sunny Park. When he initially opened the business, I tried their ramen and it tasted good.
It is progressively advantageous for us to open a branch in Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown now.
So I went there a couple of days back and attempted it. Above all else, this is the nourishment on the top floor. Despite the fact that the territory inside the shop isn’t huge, just a couple of tables are set, however, it is additionally roomy. Indeed, even we can come in with a baby pram. Besides, it is additionally conceivable to utilize the seats in the sustenance court.
With respect to the comfort of sustenance, it is likewise great. We requested grilled pork ramen. As a matter of first importance, the grilled pork is all smell good! The ramen is in the right texture, and the soup base likewise tasty. In Brisbane, it is additionally awesome. All the more significantly, it is likewise conceivable to include free two extra refill noodles.
Having a taste of noodles and eat enough. This bowl of grilled pork ramen is just $12.9, which is an ordinary cost. At last, there are Coles and Woolworths in sunnybank Hills shoppingtown, which is the best place for shopping , so we will visit the ramen shop again.
Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown,
Tomorrow is ANZAC Day which is a national day of remembrance in all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. The people across Australia will stop to mark this day. Also, the day is to honor Australian, and New Zealanders soldiers took part in the operations at Gallipoli on 25th April 1915.
Tomorrow from 10am to 1pm, an ANZAC parade will be held in Brisbane City (From Adelaide Street, Brisbane City, near City Hall). The Australia defense force and ex-service men and women will be a part of the parade. This parade will be significant for every Australian.
Big Gun Chinese Restaurant used to be the place where we often go to yum cha. However, more than a year ago, it was closed but recently I discovered that it had been reopened and had a new owner and was renamed the new Big Gun Chinese Restaurant. In fact, there is not much choice for yum cha near our home, so it’s reopening is good news. Because it reopened, we tried it out a week ago.
The time we went was around lunch; there were already a few customers, so the atmosphere was good. Well, for food, it is not bad. My favourite is their shrimp dumplings, which has thin and slippery skin.
In addition, They are famous for their Chinese BBQ pork because they have a master chef, Joe, who is good at preparing this dish. So that day I ordered a dish of BBQ pork and tried it. The taste was very good. The pork skin is very crispy!
In summary, this yum cha is good; I believe I will go there again.
Shop 7, Big Gun Shopping Center,
2922-2926 Logan Road, Underwood QLD 4119