Despite the condition i was in…and still am (had a small op 2 weeks ago, again ), i still wanted to go out and celebrate our anniversary. I endured the pain and hell yeah, it was worth it. Oh, I wore my new threadless tee just to piss the missus off. Hahah! Maybe Mintea too. :p “Magic is just stuff science hasn’t made boring yet”
I was reading Qiaoyun‘s blog yesterday when i was doing some research on a restaurant that is located in some ulu place. Somewhere far. Somewhere millitary. NTT twittered bout it and it tickled my curiousity. What am i talking about?
Buffalo Wings. Sweet lord.
Sunset Grill is located at the Singapore Flying Club, which is inside Seletar Camp. As we entered the area, it was like a scene from Memphis Belle. Old hangars, planes and what could possibly be the Concorde. Oh you know the now ‘defunct’ supersonic jet. The nose tip was so familiar. It must be a concorde!
I don’t know, any plane specialist let me know, yah?
I drove in with the tune of Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles playing in my head. That song was the most suitable track i could ever think of. It was perfect! And oh, the residential area also reminded me of the old times. (wait i am not that~ old) Black and white ‘colonial’ houses were a common sight. I could imagine what it was like. British soldiers, with their family. It must have been a good era. I felt in peace.
Tonight you’re mine completely
You give your love so sweetly
Tonight the light of love is in your eyes
But will you love me tomorrow
So back to the wings. We ended up ordering more then what we planned. Nachos, fried button mushrooms, 2 mains and of course the almighty buffalo wings. Rumour has it, that the buffalo wings has a maximum firing hot level of 30! The levels indicate how hot it would be. 1 being a wuss and 10 probably out of your freaking mind. My initial plan was to order a level 7. But the kind and accommodating waiter advised me not to. He saved our lives.
Eating at Sunset Grill gives you an experience that you’ll never forget. The place is rustic, charming on its own and full of hungry mosquitoes. How does dining by an airplane runway sound? I know. I feel the same way too. I’ve never seen that many landings and takeoffs within 2 hours. I must add that this is not a place for people who can’t stand most things. Like ants. Like the hot scorching sun. Or smoke from the mosquito coil. You must know what you’re in for and please stop being a fussy, bitchy ‘im-a-paying-customer-so-i-deserve-the-best’ singaporean. And i really mean it. There was this couple who was getting on my nerves. Urgh i shall not go into further.
Dining at Sunset Grill has its ups and downs. You enjoy a tax & service charge-free dining experience. You know how bitchy those ‘+++’ could be on your bill. Food is superb (trust me) but the price is kinda on the steep side. Damage was done (and i don’t mind at all, i had a great time) and damage was $102 buckaroos.
This is a good place to relax and have a jug of your preferred beverage with your preferred close friends. Nachos and cheesy fries too, perhaps. Milk would also be a wise choice if you’re going for some level 10 buffalo wings. I really find the location somewhat a quick getaway from the bustling (and sometimes irritating) city life. Like a temporary escape. Thank you for the great experience. I will definitely come again.
Oh and happy anniversary darling.
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