It’s true. My blog has not been getting the attention it deserves.
I’ve been working on my health over the last 3 months, cooking at home much more, and eating out much less.
I have become a health coach, ( shrinktolife.com ) and have lost 16 lbs in my own journey in preparation for my upcoming wedding.
I have not lost my love of food, but I’m trying to be more in control of what I eat- which means more cooking and less dining out.
That said, I still VERY much believe in my everything-in-moderation theory. I am so happy at the weight I’m at now that I have committed to sticking with this plan. I will continue to eat healthfully and mindfully 80% of the time, and to allow myself indulgences 20% of the time.
Bigforkinmouth will absolutely and positively still hear about each and every one of those indulgences.
My waist has shrunk, but my mouth is still pretty forking big.
If you’d like help reaching optimal health, please email me at email@example.com or visit my website shrinktolife.com I’d love to teach you how to lose weight, gain confidence and live the happiest life you can…and you can and will still LOVE food!
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It sounded like a great deal. $39 for up to $98 dollars worth of sushi and drinks. The specific details said: 2 glasses of wine or beer, 1 hot or cold appetizer and a sushi/sashimi/maki roll dinner for 2. When we arrived and we seated, the deal seemed to change a bit. First of all, the total was up to $91 worth. The wine or beer was only the ‘house’ type, not what we actually wanted. (and pretty bad, probably from a box) and the appetizers couldn’t exceed $15. When we totaled our meal up it actually came to around $85. Although it was still a nice deal, I did not appreciate that it mysteriously changed from the description and the waitress, quite frankly, was pretty rude and dismissive about it. When I showed her the original offer on my Iphone, she simply said ‘That’s not how we do it, it was a typo”. Oooookay, thanks.
As far as the food goes, we started with the scallops and mushroom appetizer which was tasty, but tiny. If we’d actually paid the full $15 price for it, I would have been very disappointed. The sushi/sashimi/maki roll platter was very good quality, presented quickly and attractively, but really wasn’t as much food as we had expected. We finished everything in about 10 minutes and left with bellies that needed more. We actually ended up hitting another sushi place (Miyabi on West 3rd which is quite excellent, though I did not blog it this time…) a couple of hours later because we were still feeling hungry. Kind of hilarious, but also a ridiculous waste of money that we didn’t really want to spend.
Had this meal been at it’s full price, I would have been appalled. We could have gone to Yuka (one of our favorites uptown that offers a $25 all you can eat deal) and been MUCH happier. As it were, after leaving the 18% tip and tax, this meal cost us about $60 and we were not impressed. Although the atmosphere was cute and cozy, and there was a pretty good live jazz trio playing, the seats were uncomfortable, the food was overpriced and the service was nasty. I would not return.