Fortune cookies are always so appropriate. Itâ€™s so strange how it works!
The Husbandâ€™s cookie said, â€œYou are lucky â€“ you are on the right path.â€ 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 â€“ the crust was very doughy, but Royal Thaiâ€™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 Iâ€™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, weâ€™re rooting for Man U! We actually saw Man U play this December when we were in England (hereâ€™s the recap â€“ just reading it again makes me COLD).
After we come home, Iâ€™m going to do an INTENSE brick workout in preparation for the triathlon (which is in two weeks). Iâ€™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?