I need to start by saying this is my fourth attempt at writing this post because WordPress keeps deleting my finished post. Note to self: Save posts as a word document first to avoid general huffyness and mild temper tantrums!
So anyway, rant over!
Recently I paid a visit to Yo!Sushi with a friend and whilst I was sceptical, I did want to try something a little different. I’m a very picky eater and now that I’m taking care of my body and eating healthily I am struggling to find things to eat when I’m out and about. The North East isn’t exactly a hub for healthy eating and with such a lack of more exciting options for dieters – mostly I have to stick to salads and the like. Give me one more Caesar salad, I dare you! Okay, so I didn’t pick any of the more risky otions for my first time at Yo!Sushi but I did enjoy what I ordered. I chose the Katsu Chicken Curry, something that I had heard of but I just didn’t bother trying. I also tried some Avocado Maki but I’m not the biggest fan of Avocado so it didn’t particularly please me but hey, it was something new.
The katsu curry itself was actually one of my favourite meals out this year, I genuinely really enjoyed it. I felt satisfied after finishing and even struggled to finish my main dish so the small portions are not a problem, even if they were, the price makes up for it! Another thing that I quite liked about the place is that for those of us counting calories, the menu says the calorie content and what’s actually in the dishes. The website includes the menu and such information here. I think that for those of us who are a little more concerned about food contents it can be daunting to try out a foreign inspired food place, personally, I always avoided Yo!Sushi for that reason. I just thought about raw fish and seaweed and I shut down towards the place, I’m now slightly annoyed that I did because I fully recommend that you all give it a go.
If you want to know more about the food chain itself I would check out this link as it describes the restaurant a bit better than I do. So katsu curry isn’t the most adventurous of choices but it’s an option on the menu that caters towards awkward people like me. Let me know what you think or if you have any healthy food options for eating out of the house because I’m sick of omelettes and salads!