Shogun, Koko Black, Bugs Bunny

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Last night the Windys were kidless, so we went out to dinner to use up some Entertainment Book stuff.

We decided to go to Shogun in Civic and have the Teppanyaki bar.

Starting with a Yebisu

Yebisu
We had to wait a little while because he had to come and setup in the second room.  Another group of three people came in, and a single guy.

After a while the dude started cooking.  He cooked up some egg first and had a go at throwing it into our mouths.  He actually got it in a few people's :)

Shogun
It was yum yum yum! :)

Shogun dinner
We just had the cheap teppanyaki menu ($35.90 for fish, chicken and steak)

At the end he signed thankyou on the hotplate in salt - backwards for him!

Shogun thankyou
He also signed happy birthday for the dude sitting next to us, whose birthday it was :)  We all sang happy birthday to him :)  And we paid out one of the girls who didn't know the Twighlight dude was Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter (or that he was British!).  

It was a heap of fun, we want to go again :)

After dinner (which actually included dessert) we went across to Koko Black for coffees.  I had a raspberry icecream - it was yummmm!

Koko pink?
Then came home and got really grumpy with a broken system at work - grumpy because it was too slow and painful to actually try and do it remotely.  So I gave up in disgust and went to bed (fixed it this morning - MS10-024 which is a patch for the SMTP service in IIS completely resets your SMTP settings!! How fail is that!! We weren't the only ones that had the same thing happen to us - #microsoftfail )

Tonight the sweetie stayed back for after work drinks with his colleagues.  I'd probably have joined them except I was on call :(  But it did mean I could watch whatever I wanted on telly, so I watched the Bugs Bunny/Road Runner movie which was just a collection of the clips with a little bit of new stuff joining it together.  And repeats of Blackadder II.  Then went into town to pick up the sweetie when he was ready to go.



2 Comments

shinydragon said:

I would be in going there, looks good. Sounds like you guys had a great time :)

April 18, 2010 9:18 PM

   

Kazza the Blank One said:

But you don't eat fish .. :P

April 18, 2010 11:02 PM

   

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