I successfuly neglected my blog again. However, this weekend I had some very charming blogger girls tell me that I have to write a post ♥ And so I did.
I met up with Tina & Jenny in Hannover to go shopping and to eat Sushi at Ichiban.
Ichiban used to be called "Kabuki" under different ownership ~
It is an all you can eat Sushi restaurant. The catch is that you don't have to go to a boring buffet. Instead, you get one Ipad per Table and each one of you can order up to five dishes per round which are then served at the table. So no annoying running-to-the-buffet ♥ I love that principle. I hate how you can never have a propper conversation when you go to a Buffet-place with many people.
Jenny, two of her friends, Tina and me met up there around lunchtime. This is what we ordered:
[in the first round]
My favourite are the inari-pieces. Jenny told me that they are called like that ♪ It's Tofu filled with rice and the whole thing tastes kinda sweet yet savoury. You should try it them ♥
After having stuffed ourselves we went to town :) I'm not gonna show you what I bought because I've bought quite a lot these days and I'm just gonna show it to you when I do an outfit post. One thing though~ Did it ever come to your mind that Primark seems to have a "Disney" print licence? I mean so many of their shirts etc. have Disney characters printed on them; it's crazy!
Even though I feel too old to wear Disney shirts I bought a Bambi pyjama ♥♥ BIG LOVE! Isn't it just so cute? And guess what: Tina and Jenny bought the same one. Now we are Bambi sisters.
We had so much fun! Let's do it again some time. Hopefully with Julia coming along!
Outfit from that day ~
Please ignore how messy my room is. It got a lot better recently! And since I finally own leatherpants I wear them pretty much all the time.
Now moving on to my second "date" this week. I met Yuxi and Fiona after university and they took me to this amazing Chinese restaurant. It was more of an Imbiss actually but sitting there was super nice. I think it's run by a family and everyone spoke Chinese. YES in case you are wondering why I'm pointing it out: Many so-called "Chinese" restaurants in Hannover are either run by Vietnamese people or they do not sell authentical dishes at all. For example, the usual sort-of greasy fried noodles are not typically chinese! Their food is quite healthy and it's not 'fast-food' at all. The owner gave us a Chinese menue and talked to us a little bit ♥ I couldn't understand him very well though haha ~ I only understand girls for some reason! Here are some pictures ♥
First of all ~ the food. Pictures taken by Yuxi with her amazing iphone 4 camera. Seriously, I feel like her pictures always turn out so much better than mine [HTC Desire S]
This one here was my favourite. It's some sort of Tofu and Soy stuff and it has got shrimps in it. :3
With Fiona :)
With Yuxi ♥
Next week, Yuxi. Fiona and me plan to meet up again ♥ We all study at the same university