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Cineleisure Next Online Sensation, CNOS V.2

Hi guys please forgive me for not blogging for such a long time. I know it's been forever since I last updated my blog. I have been working (workaholic) and don't even have the time to blog and since I'm resigning my job next week! I decided to just try my luck to join CNOS V.2

After a week of consideration, I decided to take part in this competition and to see if i'm up for the challenges that will be given to me. I did submitted my registration last year but I did not get in the top 20, so hopefully this year is my turn! MUAHAHAHA.



So if you guys are clueless about what is going on, it is actually a blogging competition organized by Cineleisure Orchard and the challenges will be based on:
  • Food & Beverage
  • Fashion
  • Lifestyle 
  • Virality
  • Live Coverage 

The prizes are super eye-catching and awesome.... Becuase the grand winner will walk away with
$1000 cash, an OLYMPUS CAMERA, a large poster advertisement and... the best of all....

 A YEAR SUPPLY OF MOVIE TICKETS VOUCHERS. 


Who wouldn't want free movie tickets sia... Imagine how many movies are you gonna watch!! Shiok max la...can go on movie marathon the entire 2013... 

So if you are up for the challenge to you can also register at:
http://blog.nuffnang.com.sg/cnos/

Deadline is on 24 February 2013, still have time so grab your chance!

and this is my Vlog entry that I submitted! Hope you like it! :)


Went down to Cineleisure Orchard last week with my friend Noelle. You can read her entry here because she is joining the competition too!

Noelle's Bloglink:
http://www.noellemikazuki.com/2013/02/cineleisure-next-online-sensation-v20.html


My favourite shop/restaurant to dine at Cineleisure is none other than

Shokudo Japanese Coffee House

Noelle and I decided to have our late lunch over there! Everything is Japanese food there...mmhmm!


8 Grange Road
#02-06A/B Cathay Cineleisure
Tel: 67360971



Outside Shokudo... You can see the daddy is carrying his baby and what could his baby be looking at?

Ice cream for $3.50/scoop! Very tempting! 

Sitting beside the window. It was a rainy afternoon...

Tables and Chairs at the restaurant. Warm, cozy environment perfect to just sit there the whole day and don't wanna move lololol!


Noelle ordered Omu rice with curry and katsu, I loveeee omelette rice because by just looking at it you already know confirm hen hao chi one..

I ordred Yakitori Cream Pasta! The colour of the yakatori really blends well with the creamy pasta! The yakatori wasn't that salty and the cream sauce was alright. 

Random picture of me posing with my pasta before I eat. Hahaha

Japanese Crispy Mushroom Cheese Pizza.

Close up view of the pizza. Once you bite onto it, it is actually very crunchy. I like it a lot because they seasoned the pizza with a lot of cheese and I LOVE CHEESE A LOT! Their crunchy pizzas are perfect for a side dish to add on! Strongly recommended! 

Thanks for accompanying me for the whole afternoon! 

Ratings:
Ambience: 9/10
Service: 7.5/10
Price: 7/10
Venue: 7/10
Food: 8.5/10


and I shall conclude my blogpost here! See you guys soon! :D

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