It was a mistake to nap after the Shanghai bao, but we were still a bit jet lagged and feeling the effects of US time. Reluctantly, we got up and tried to make our way to Ah Yat. I had tried to make reservations beforehand but was unsuccessful. When we arrived at Ah Yat, we tried to make a walk in reservation. They told us to try next door at a restaurant called Champ. I won’t go into a review of Champ because the food was average and way overpriced. We had salted egg yolk fries, lobster bisque, mushroom and truffle soup, crab and corn soup, stuff crab shell, wagyu beef and lobster (aka surf and turf), asparagus with crab, and signature fried rice. The meal sounds impressive...
To recap, breakfast at Ichiran, snacks from the grocery store, dessert and snack at the mall, snack/lunch from Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai, dinner at Champ, and fresh juice from random stall on the way back from dinner. Fourth meal? I laugh at you.