Saturday, 17 May 2008
Sunday, 11 May 2008
Perusing the menu, I was incredibly tempted to go for the Seafood Platter (and seeing it delivered to a table nearby, it was definitely my No. 1 choice). Then I was kindly reminded by J that a) There were only two of us, b) The table with the Seafood Platter were sharing it amongst 4 and c) We were going to buy seafood anyway for cooking that night. Fine...
Doyles Famous Fish and Chips. Admittedly, a gigantic serving!
J&I @ Doyles!
Wednesday, 7 May 2008
It's really hard to put in words what the last 5 years has been like. At times it's like a roller coaster (usually my stubbornness being the cause of it although J has his moments too) but for the good part, it's perfect and I can't ask for anything more. J- Thanks for sticking by me through thick and thin, making me laugh, reminding me not to take laugh too seriously, being so on top of everything (you pull me out of each hole I dig myself into), trying to learn the difference between all the different cake types and really, for everything that you do! *HUG*
Monday, 5 May 2008
A couple of weeks back, a friend suggested eating Jap in Neutral Bay. For those unfamiliar to the area, Neutral Bay is your haven of Japanese restaurants. I've only been to a handful but have heard enough about the remaining to be enticed to make the trip out when I have my cravings for Jap (unfortunately J thinks otherwise and we usually settle for something closer to home).
More skewers.Even more skewers. Vegetarian skewers.My favourite skewer was probably the Chicken Skin Skewer (fatty...yes I know) but man, it was so tasty and didn't taste the least bit fatty. I'm usually quite grossed out just eating chicken skin but seriously, this is a must try! Anyway, after all the skewers, the guys decided they were still hungry and ordered a Hot Pot. Look at that pile of noodles!!
Sunday, 4 May 2008
Having managed to score the last 2 seats in the restaurant (the restaurant probably sits about a dozen in total), we were admittedly a little surprised to find that all the prices had gone up since our last visit. In the past, you could've easily gotten away with change for a $10 note; now you're looking at close to $15 for a meal which to be honest isn't going to break your wallet but given the same thing was cheaper before, it is a little annoying.
Thanks Kelly for the invite to the show - apologies that we didn't really get the chance to catch up properly (must do soon!)