First of all, thank you for all your suggestions about Zombie makeup. I will let you know how I go.
Last Friday night was date night with A.
We started our date night off with me running late (as usual), because I was finishing off my 12 PAGE job application! I kid you not, it was 12pages! Writing Government job applications is like being back at uni again, but I had to make myself do it. I'm not going to lie I struggled and I needed my flat mate to force me, but i'm glad I did it! Fingers crossed.
After I finally left the office, A and I headed to Genghis Khan Mongolian BBQ in Darling Harbour.
I know I am probably one in a handful of people that hadn't been there before, but I hadn't even heard of it! A said the words "all you can eat noodles" to me and I was sold.
Hot, fattening and delicious entrees.
I devoured many of these chicken wing thingies.
At Genghis Khan they provide a few trays of hot entrees and soup and then mutliple bay marines of meats, noodles and vegies for you to make your own noodle stir fry. You then choose your sauce and put it in the window for the chef to cook, 1 minute later you have the noodles you created hot and ready to eat! I was so excited about the concept and couldn't wait to get started...
our first round (raw)
Unfortunately, it was pretty busy on Friday night, so we a while for the chefs, but I didn't mind - you can't help these things.
Lining up for the Chef
Genghis Khan are currently celebrating their 30th birthday, so they are doing buy one get one drinks from 6-7pm. I may have downed a few of these little bottles...
They are also giving customers FREE dessert when you spend more than $25 per person. The Mongolian BBQ (aka all you can eat) is $26.80 per person so it is easy to score the free dessert.
The fried icecream was da bomb!
All in all I loved the food and the concept at Genghis Khan. I think it would be a fun place to go with a big group of people.
After we stuffed ourselves silly, we headed to Tokio Hotel for the reason we headed out - to see our potential wedding band perform live.
We saw Soul Nights perform about a year ago at the same venue, but since then the singers have changed, so we wanted to watch them again.
We think the female singer is a lot stronger than the male singer, but either way they were fantastic!! The crowd loved them and I was grooving in my seat. A thought they were good, but in the set we watched they played a lot of Reggae music, which A says makes him want to sleep. Hmmph- I LOVED it.
I tried to take a video, not sure how good it is. Just ignore the picture and listen I guess.
What do you think?
Does anyone have any band suggestions for Sydney? I'm open to check out heaps more, it's fun! :)