I do remember a woman who used to work here once a few decades ago.
She was a good sweetheart behind the grill, small eyes and long hair when she’s out of work.
She’s go from place to place but I wonder where she is now?
I haven’t seen her since my time with the Alchemists of Era.
She knows my favorite dish to well, shame only a few know what I crave.
Probably old and retired somewhere..
It was only but an hour ago in Marvel, there weren’t many customers but as the clock nears twelve, the people stormed the restaurant, eager to fill their bellies with such delicious seafood dishes. Seated in a table for three was an orange haired man in casuals, a young lady in a lab coat and a man in traditional robes. The orange headed man was waiting patiently for the dish he ordered while the young lady in a lab coat and the robed man received their meals and started eating. “In order to celebrate our new opening for the extension of Garan no Dou, let’s just enjoy ourselves to such lovely dishes!” “Master Mejai, shouldn’t we wait for Robin’s meal to be served before we dig in?”
The young lady in the lab coat asked. “Well it’s just that his order takes too long and heck I’m hungry so I’m just gonna go ahead and enjoy my delicious shrimp.”
Mejai replied as he takes in a spoonful into his mouth, savoring the flavor of shrimp and rice.“Well I don’t mind, just eat.”
Robin let out a sigh as his stomach started growling, he hasn’t eaten all day and had to run a few errands for the Agency. Accounting for the business permits was a huge hassle back in era, Robin had to get up early thinking that he’d be first in line only to discover that even around the earliest hours, a huge line was in order, plus a delay all because somebody’s child was about to be born and had to drop out of the job. On the way back he had to stop by a dealer affiliated with the underworld of Talonia for the Abada’s horn which was an antidote to most biological poisons. As soon as he reached Hargeon he was ordered by Mejai to help him lift a few books and records up and sort them in order. Either way it was worth it in the end, Robin got what he wanted, a nice warm meal. “Kyrie, what are you staring at?”
Asked Robin as the waiter delivered his dish as his eyes looked right at the direction she’s looking. “Master Mejai….”
Kyrie wanted to ask who he was staring at but her sentence was cut short when she eyed a few customers coming in. Mejai quickly turned to Kyrie who called out his alias. “Sorry, I just thought that maybe I saw a ghost, come now and eat Kyrie, after this we still got some work needed to be done!”
Mejai smiled as he takes another spoonful.
Robin was apathetic as he gobbled down his rice meal like he hasn’t eaten anything good in days… well working hard does give one that effect. Kyrie just simply nodded and enjoys her noodles.
I was just thinking about her and now I’m starting to see her face around.
Reminiscing is just too nostalgic for me, sometimes it just makes me sad not to see people I know
Well this is the curse of eternity but look on the bright side.
It’s hilarious to see that a small speck of rice managed to stick to Robin’s nose.
The Abada, otherwise known as the Nillekma or the Arase, strongly resembles the Western Unicorn, only this creature hails from the myths of the Kongo people in Central Africa. They bear on their heads two crooked horns instead of one straight horn. They are also thought to be the size of a small donkey, have a dark bay colour and have a boar's tail. Its diet only consits on plants.Similar to the unicorn, its horns are thought to act as an antidote to poisons. It is rearly seen do to its shy nature.