It seems like just yesterday when we first got together.
The Boyfriend brought me to Beaulieu House for our 6 months’ celebration.
117 Beaulieu Road
HISTORY of Beaulieu House:
Beaulieu House, originally the seaside house of a David family, who were in the mining business, it is older even than the Naval Base. It was acquired by the colonial government when the Naval Base was planned, and was probably built around 1910, although no building plans have yet been located.
Such a house, built to face the sea has now become a restaurant, serving western, Chinese seafood, BBQ and steamboat. It's an ideal historical place to spend your time under the stars with a magnificent view of the sea.
This restaurant’s also widely used for events and weddings; explains the decorations!
Of course, we went for the BBQ dishes that were highly raved by online recommendations.
Pretty reasonably priced at only $2.50 for the king oyster mushrooms and corn, $5 for the prawns!
Since we arrived pretty late, just in time for the last order, we opted for western cuisine
amongst the wide variety of selections (apart from Chinese seafood and steamboat)
Topped up an additional $5.90 for a set with soup, bread, soft drink and ice cream!
My Sirloin Steak, medium rare and bf’s choice of Rose Mary chicken:
"A Slice of History With Your Meal?"
Perhaps, nothing in the world can be permanent.
Or perhaps, we might be foolish when we ask for anything to last.
But surely, it’s just plain absurdity if we do not not take delight in it, while we still have it.
Every moment in love, I cherish.