I also tried the Taiwan-style sate. But it wasn't as good as the regular sate the restaurant prepared.
Along with the oysters, I grilled my regular favorite, lamb skewers. I know some people who can't get used to the smell of lamb, more so the taste. But for me, lamb meat is so good to eat and that goes the same for goat's meat. LOL! You got that right. I love eating them both. I've always thought they're more safer to eat because they're two of the cleanest animals.
(Off topic: I visited a seminary up in Antipolo and they had lamb running all over the place. My father was laughing at me for being scared of them because they're one of the meekest animal on earth)
I'm used to eating instant cup noodles. Soups are my thing. And in Tong Yang, I get to cook my own bowl of noodle soup. It makes me feel like I'm a cook even if I'm really not.
We usually enjoy the shabu-shabu with two types of broth: sinigang and spicy broth. I usually eat the corn on the cob at the end of every meal. I like it much more if all the flavors of the vegetables and dimsum and broth goes into the corn and that would only be possible they are submerged in the pot for a long long time.
And that's another gratifying visit in Tong Yang (Megamall Branch).