Well, it finally happened. Like most people predicted, the government announced a lockdown of sorts last Friday afternoon. No dining in but you could go shopping. Problem is no one's going shopping and the malls are open but pretty much deserted. And businesses are now pleading for a 'real' lockdown so they could at least close their shops and receive some kinda government assistance or support measures.
Anyway, the Baker-at-Home and I were fortunate to had an amazing lunch at Les Amis just before the lockdown. Been ages since we were at a fancy French restaurant. Favourite dish has to be teeny tiny little baby lamb rack, each no larger than the size of my thumb. But they just taste so good. We wondered how small the cute baby lamb was before it ended up in the kitchen. Hah! The wait staff was extremely tentative and the best ever. The Baker-at-Home asked them bout the upcoming lockdown and they did mentioned that the restaurant was due for some upcoming renovations. Hope it all works out for them.
Taken by me 87-year-old Dad couple weeks ago over at Bishan. That's way before the new lockdown began and right now his travels are limited. Or are they?