Sunday, October 8, 2017

OOTN: Dinner at Nobu

Hey everyone! I am back for another Sunday post (I know I skipped a week awhile back). Last month, it was my dad's birthday so we went to Nobu for dinner. Despite how hot the weather has previously been in New York City, I wore pants and definitely had to take photos in them. Also, the food at Nobu is so good and I took photos of that too.

Pictures of Food ( I don't know the name of it, but it's very pretty)

 This was a tuna tar tar dish, that my family split between the three of us. The green olive-looking item was actually a small peach.

 I believe this was also a tuna dish, but I am not certain. I loved the display of this dish.

 The lobster dish was absolutely amazing, and once again the presentation was so nice. The lobster corpse was there for show, and we didn't have to do any of the work to eat it ourselves.

 This was an octopus appetizer. I keep describing everything as amazing, but this restaurant is a bit pricey, but 100% worth it.

 Nobu is an Asian Fusion restaurant, and they have everything from sushi to cooked meals.

                                  Mochi!!!! I am absolutely obsessed with this dessert.

 Nobu Downtown is located in the original New York AT&T building, and it was cool to see the old building with such a hip, new restaurant.

My Outfit:
Red Top - Macy's
Pattern Pants - Macy's
Heeled Boots - Thrift Shopped from Buffalo Exchange

I know this was a quick post, but I am back on my posting game. Hope you guys like this insight into my life. Also, we are so close to 70,000 views on this blog (that's crazy!!). 

See you guys with a new post next Sunday (it's a book review!)

                                                             Christina Madeleine



  1. I always wait for your sunday post. Very good reciepes and also very good illustrations. The food pictures are so mouth watering, that i wait for the sunday post to come soon.

  2. Your pant and the food at Nobu both look too good.Being a great foodie I would love to check out all these cuisines.And your pattern pants are something very trendy.



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