|Wagamama’s Chicken Katsu Curry|
Whilst the two boys dug at their food I had to wait for mine… It seemed like forever, and I was actually a little hungry that night! I had the NEW grilled duck ramen (I obviously checked out the menu before I came). I was quite happy that I ordered this dish although it arrived warm and not steaming hot as it was probably sitting by the kitchen for 5 minutes. 😦 You know what, they should get themselves a tiny bell like those big and some small restaurants have to indicate when food is ready!! Enough complaining!!
|Wagamama’s Grilled Duck Ramen|
|Small bowel of kimchi fo £1|
The duck was well seasoned, it was succulent and easy to bite into. It had a little fat on the skin, but I didn’t mind that. The noodles were ok… nothing much to say about that. The soup was so so. I thought it needed some extra kick in it, maybe a little more stock to coincide with the duck, but it was a little spicy as there were chillies in the soup. They added way too much coriander in the dish too… I don’t think this dish is supposed to be Vietnamese, or is it? The dish cost £12.95…
Total price came to over £37 including our drinks.
|Didn’t enter Patisserie Valerie… Limited desserts available|
And we ended up in PAUL Bakery. This is one of my favourite French bakery stores in the entire world! Mr Travels used to treat me to cakes from there… And every time I pass any Paul Bakery, I have wanted to stop, eat and enjoy a nice cakey dessert but never did… ^_^
|PAUL Boulangerie / Patisserie (bakery)|
|Inside the shop|
We were all deciding, and I knew I wanted a cake… Mr Games was paying too!! 😀 This is what he had…
Mr Games wanted an eclair, so he chose this almond eclair (Éclair Paris Brest)… I only tasted the almond as he said it tastes like Ferrero Rocher… Yep it did!
|Éclair Paris Brest|
And of course I was the greedy one. I asked for two desserts but the person gave me one… and then I asked for the other one which I paid for… The person gave me this fig custard tart (Figue Tartlette) first, but I ate this last. Figs were nice, the custard was set and the crust reminded of a thick apple pie crust. Very nice stuff! ^_^
If I ever get married or have a birthday at PAUL Bakery or if anyone wants to treat me I’m going to order big slices of this cake… Le Fraisier… This is the ultimate light fluffy cake with strawberries and cream with a green marzipan icing that tasted a bit like kiwi… I was in dreamland with this cake… (っ˘ڡ˘ς)
Don’t know how much all the desserts were but the Le Fraisier was £3.50.
– Tasty, tasty desserts
– None from me!!
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