Admit it, once you have kids, or at least in our case ‘kid”, going out on date nights becomes a rarity. One of my favorite bloggers, Anka of Keeping It Real shared a post about how planning a date is never easy especially when you’re married (with kids). In her words “Half the battle is showing up”. Anka, I couldn’t agree with you more! You can read her post here.
I’m glad that Mr. D. and I have sort of figured out our dating schedule. Sort of. Sundays are our bike dates and on Saturdays, if the grandparents are open to having the little girl sleep-over then we try to slip away to watch a movie or maybe try a new resto.
Last Saturday, we got to do just that. We went to TriNoma for dinner. Since I live in the North, that’s the closest mall from our place. I still get lost in that mall to be honest. Such a weird layout noh? Anyway, he asked me what I wanted to eat and I had this insatiable craving for ramen. Sumosam seemed to be our best bet.
I ordered a bowl of Buta Kakuni Ramen. Didn’t expect such a huge bowl! I love the warm broth and the sweet tender pork that goes with it.
Mr. D had a bowl of Tonkatsu Curry Ramen. Very tasty.
The resto has pretty nice and cozy interiors and the servers are friendly. Well, with the exception of the guy who took our bill. Wouldn’t hurt to smile sonny boy. Wouldn’t hurt. After dinner, we had some Gelato. “Some” may be an understatement. Check out the huge serving! That’s chilli chocolate, salted chocolate and coffee. Death by Gelatissimo it is.
After we’ve shaken off the brain freeze, we finally hit the cinema. Can you guess what we watched? This link should give you an idea.
Such a cute movie. If you’re planning to watch a movie for V-day, I think this would be a pretty cool date film 🙂
So that was date night for us! Ramen, hoards of gelato and some zombie love.
Have you gone out with your special someone recently? How did you spend your date?