White after labour day? Oh no she didn’t! Today you are coming on a date night with me and Mr. C to see where we go and what we do in London.
As temperatures soared to 21 degrees Celsius I was faced with a wardrobe conundrum. Do I have one last summer rebellion and wear head to toe white or do I listen to the Game of Thrones voice in my head telling me: “The winter is coming. This one will be long and dark”?
Of course I chose white. I love how clean it looks and these jeans feel like a second skin, which in girl world is hard to come by.
We all know you must be wined before you’re dined so we met at The Angelic for a drink and a quick after work catch up. This pub trumps others in the area because of it’s location and seasonal food. Sitting just off Upper Street it boasts less crowds meaning more date night privacy. Woot wooooo.
For dinner we went to the Japanese restaurant Tenshi on Upper Street. This is one of those rough diamond London restaurants, overlooked by people who care only about accolades and stars, but loved by Islington locals and foodies.
It seems, however, that the secret is out about Tenshi because when we arrive on Monday night the restaurant is absolutely heaving.
Although it lacks romantic ambience, for all those who are taking out a foodie like myself, I’d say, “Screw the fairy lights, I’ll take two more inside out rolls instead.”
Prawn tempura and avocado sushi and handroll
Aubergine with miso and sesame paste
Chilli mayo and soft shell crab inside out roll
What I particularly love at Tenshi is that their sushi is warm, meaning their Japanese chefs prepare the food to order. I know this may seem a low standard to have but in a city full of ready made sushi and overcooked rice, my mouth dances at the taste of it.
My favourite dish of the night was the traditional nasu dengaku, aubergine with miso and sesame paste. It is the definition of moreish and you will find yourself unashamedly licking the plate clean.
Overall Tenshi gets a high rating from the two of us and it is perfect for a foodie date night or a casual dinner with friends. Can you believe that the price of all that food plus drinks came to 40 pounds!
This isn’t a heels kind of place but how dressed up you want to be just depends on how confidently you wear the clothes. Ball gown, mini dress or boyfriend jeans- just love yourself like Kanye loves himself.
To top the night off we went to Byron for a Knickerbocker Glory. I say we, what I meant to say is that I devoured a whole Knickerbocker Glory while Mr. C had a latte. It was the perfect sweet end to another fun date night.
Food: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤/ 5
Date Rating : ❤ ❤ ❤/ 5
Price: ( Mid-range) ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤/ 5