It's my sister in-law's prom night and the husband is the designated driver. As much as we would love to just laze around doing nothing at home, we had to drive as far the end of Quezon Avenue (I think) to drop off the princess.:)
The plan was to wait up until the whole activity is done but we ended up driving back home just so we can finish at least a thing or two.
The husband is scheduled for his diamond peel session anyway so we thought it would be best if we go to the spa, eat dinner at home, rest for a while then drive back to the venue.
But when we were in Katipunan area, the husband mentioned that there are a lot of "kainan" in the area and he offered that if something appeals to me, we can just eat out.
Ganun pala ha, madali lang yan. Wink. Wink. The foodie in me just couldn't resist the offer.
We drove around the area and indeed, there are a lot of restos you can choose from. I saw xocolat but I am looking for something that is not so sweet but something that is heavy enough for dinner. Then there were milk tea stations and others.
Lo and behold, I saw Q Kebab Gourmet Doner Kebab. At first I was kinda irritated because they didn't have a menu outside. It could have been easier di ba pero since i liked their ambiance- not too cozy and nothing fancy, we decided to eat there na lang.
I think the husband has unofficially designated me as his food "orderer" (kung may word man na ganun) because everytime we eat out, he relies on my ordering skills (kung meron man again) eh pareho lang naman kaming hindi alam kung anu maganda.
He does that every time so I am left confused with what to get while he just walks around the resto reading every thing that can possibly be read.
I am not complaining at this rate. Anyway, it makes me feel so wifely.:) But may pressure..hmmmm...
I ordered their best seller na lang to make things simple.
|canvass bags used as decors. i wonder what's inside these bags. hmmmm|
While waiting for our order (it took the staff a good 5-10 minutes to prepare our food) the husband and I busied ourselves playing Tapped Out.
|hummus and pita bread|
|beef basmati bowl|
the husband's order
|strawberry and mango yogurt drink|
for his and her
|so big wasn't able to finish this one|
Oh that's just me sporting my kurtina blouse and my eye luggages.
Nice food. Nice company. I do not usually eat out because there are no good restos in Mindoro yet and I find it boring if I eat alone. We Filipinos are so into talking. We talk before we eat, while eating and after eating.
I love it that the husband and I are going out to small dates every now and then. According to him it's our way of making up for those date night we didn't have when we were still studying. I know, he is the sweetest.:)
Looking forward to more dates..... and food!