Awesome Places to Eat #01
Over the past week, I’ve cheated a little bit with my clean eating streak and treated myself (and was treated) to a bunch of awesome places to eat (with equally amazing company!) Whenever I plan to go out and eat out with friends or not, I naturally sway towards Italian food but I’m glad I tried a range of different places this week (although I did have Italian twice, oops.)
One of the few restaurants (if not, the only) Japanese restaurant in Sheffield that does Teppanyaki. We didn’t manage to get a reservation for it (it books out fast!), we still had awesome Japanese food. I’ve been to this restaurant quite a few times before and is where I had my experience with wasabi. ? You can read about that here.
Also: please can someone teach me how to use chopsticks because I c a n n o t.
This was down on my calendar as a ? date so naturally had to dress for the occasion ? This has to be one of cutest, authentic Italian restaurants I’ve ever been to. Everyone who works here also has an Italian accent – I love it!
I was lucky enough to have Italian for lunch the following day during my work trip. I’ve talked about New Italian before and it never ever disappoints.
Have I mentioned how much I love Italian food?
I had gone to the Thali cafe for my Christmas work do and loved it! So when I was “surprised” to go there again I couldn’t say no.
I also love spicy food and everything was hawt, hawt, hawwwwt.
Thank you, Joe ✨
The final “treat” for the week to help with workflow. Started the week with Japanese food and ended with more Japanese food. I think I was better at using chopsticks at this point – sorta. I even learned how to dip it in soy sauce without it falling off (sorta)
A lot of people don’t think that I can “go out” to eat because of my ‘healthier’ lifestyle but it doesn’t mean I’m gonna say no to life (i.e. Italian *cough*), you know? Sure, I don’t know the exact macro split or number of calories but I know that my ❤ is lovvvvvingggg it.