🐒 Quit monkeying around!
A new year, and a new decade is pulling into the station.
But a ticket to prosperity and abundance and don’t get off until you get there! 🔥
Posted at: 2019-12-15 18:32:29
I weighed myself today and I’m 92kg 😭😂 It just goes to show that you can train as hard as you want but if your diet (calorie surplus for me) isn’t matching up then minimal changes will be made.
Believe it or not - I actually struggle to CONSISTENTLY eat 4,000 calories+
I will be documenting what I eat in a day in effort to consistently hit my daily calories!
Peace & Blessings 🙏🏾
Posted at: 2019-12-15 17:55:32
Perfect for a relaxed dinner on the move.
Verdict: To be added to the list of "regulars"
Wagamamas is a large chain of restaurants serving Japanese inspired cuisine across the UK & Europe. We had been meaning to visit for a while, firstly because one of us had never been, and also because of the recent addition of a "vegan egg" to the menu. We visited on 13 December, after a visit to the Bullring.
On the recommendation of my girlfriend, we went for a "Yasai Katsu" curry each, with a side of "Bang Bang Cauliflower" to share, and a "Vegan Egg" to try. The Curry was based around sweet potato slices battered in sweet breadcrumbs, and served with sticky rice, vegetables and pickles in a "katsu" sauce. The dish tasted great and was very filling; neither of us were able to completely finish. The Cauliflower side was a little spicy for our pallettes but one order ample to be shared. The Vegan Egg was far from exceptional; a little pasty and vinegary tasting and we whilst we are glad we tried it, we wouldn't be ordering it again.
We had the "White Chocolate & Ginger Cheesecake" (great, as expected) and "White Chocolate & Matcha Cheesecake" (hesitantly, not liking Matcha from previous experience, but glad we had tried it as it was surprisingly good). The offer of complimentary green tea at the end was much appreciated.
The venue was very busy on arrival, which is expected this close to Christmas. Seeing this and the seating arrangements, we asked whether we could sit side-by-side but were initially refused. We made the same request to the staff within the restaurant and it was accepted. This was appreciated given that the restaurant was so noisy and had we been sitting opposite each other we would have struggled to hear each other.
It was very cold the night we visited, and there was a draught blowing throughout the restaurant. Even though we were sat towards the centre of the restaurant and there was an "air-curtain" at the door, it was still felt due to the constant opening of the door.
We stayed for around 90 mins, which was plenty.