Japanese food is a good compromise between naughty and good and we promptly hot footed it to Wudon, our favourite Japanese noodle and sushi restaurant in town.
After a little break to let our stomachs recover from the shock of a sudden and unfamiliar full feeling, the sweet menu was sheepishly requested. I opted for the Apple Tempura, £4.50 with vanilla ice cream whilst T went for the Toffee Pear, £5, served with toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream. Feeling a little guilty, we were sure to leave absolutely no evidence that there had ever even been anything inside the bowl should the diet police have been tipped off about our momentary lapse of discipline.
As we were both driving, we sadly had to watch other diners drinking cocktails but we’ve already got our eyes on the Lychee blush and Manga (both £5.50) for our return visit when our cars will not be accompanying us.
With our appetites well and truly satisfied, we toddled off home to prepare our sensible salads for the next day, safe in the knowledge that we hadn’t fallen off the bandwagon in spectacular fashion… but already looking forward to our next cheat day date.
Originally written for i-on Glasgow May/June issue - http://goo.gl/NpnFjk
Photographs courtesy of Susie Lowe - www.susielowe.co.uk
Wudon - 535 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, G12 8HN
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