After having seen the day view from the 35th floor of 101, I knew that I had to come back and see the night view. When I realised that this Japanese place offered quite reasonable priced meals, I decided to pick an evening to dine here.
In order to enjoy this wonderful night view, you must know how to get to the 35th floor...
Do undertand that one does not simply walk into the building and take the lift to the 35th floor. The guard at the entrance will tell you where to get your pass. Follow the instructions and the machine will give you your pass.
Use the pass to get access to the lift to the 35 floor.
The place is less busy in the evening.
The central air is shut after working hours. It wasn't that stuffy, but if you can't stand the heat, you can come during winter.
After we ordered, our sake arrived first.
We both ordered set meals. Look at the sumptious plate!
A plate full of scrumptious seafood.
My bowl of sushi and rice.
What was thought as tofu, was actually steamed egg (chawanmushi). It was quite good.
The other feature of the set, was the yin-yang dessert.
But no matter how the food was, the night scene was even more attention-catching!
Just look at that gorgeous night view!
This ChinaTrust lady looked a bit scary from this angle....
London Paddy really enjoyed the view.
So happy he paid for our meal!
There are four shops on the 35F - Starbucks, Japanese food, FamilyMart, and this is the fourth.
London Paddy... time to go home.....
The view from ground level... indeed not as impressive.