Fortune cookies are always so appropriate. It’s so strange how it works!
The Husband’s cookie said, “You are lucky – you are on the right path.” That made us think of his upcoming graduation from Oriental medicine graduate school. I hope the cookie is right!
I started off with a glass of merlot (fun fact about the Husband and me: I cannot tell you the last time I ordered my own glass of wine. I always let him pick out my wine because he knows WAY more about wine than I do, and I always like his choice.)
And we each had one of these spring rolls. They were good – the crust was very doughy, but Royal Thai’s are better.
For my entree, I got the spicy Kung Pao Tofu, which came with mushroom, red and green peppers, water chestnut, zucchini, and peanuts.
And a side of brown rice.
My verdict? It was good, but I’m one of those people who like ONE Thai/Asian restaurant in town and am such a loyal customer that all the waitress know me by name. Seriously. Nothing can beat Royal Thai in my heart!
Breakfast was 1.5 whole wheat waffles with a smear of Pumpkin Yogurt:
Sorry to make it so short and fast, but the Husband and I are going to the local English pub to watch the Carling Cup final. Since the match is in England, it starts at 10:00 AM here!
Manchester United and Aston Villa are playing each other. Obviously, we’re rooting for Man U! We actually saw Man U play this December when we were in England (here’s the recap – just reading it again makes me COLD).
After we come home, I’m going to do an INTENSE brick workout in preparation for the triathlon (which is in two weeks). I’m going to recreate the second half of the tri by doing:
- A hard 20 mile bike
- A fast 5.6 mile run
Come back later for the recap!
Are you restaurant loyal? What restaurant is your favorite and why?