When: September 17, 2010
My second day of low-calorie diet led me to hanker for more during dinner. As y'all know, my lunch box has been purposely changed to a small size. Having a small size lunch box means less rice, and less rice translates to only six (6) spoons of rice. It's a herculean feat, but my willpower will more or less rival it. I hope so. *fingers and toes crossed*
Anyway, back to our Friday dinner, BF and I settled on Yoshinoya. I figured out that if I were to eat something heavy without the guilt feeling, then the only choice would be soupy noodles. On the other hand, diet is such a strange word in BF's dictionary, so he opted for a jumbo plate which is good for sharing. I didn't share at all; the jumbo plate was all his.
Jumbo B: gyudon and beef yakiniku (Php 170)
Chicken udon (Php 70)
The bowl of udon was just right for me. It wasn't too heavy on the tummy considering I had dim sum too. As I said earlier, my willpower was great. If not for this diet, I would've ordered Yoshinoya's beef gyudon.
Kani shu mai (Php 50)
Red tea (Php 30) and apple iced tea (Php 35)
YoshinoyaBldg. A, SM Megamall