Saturday, September 17, 2011

Fire And Stone

Fire And Stone by Lukasmummy
Fire And Stone, a photo by Lukasmummy on Flickr.

Credits: Layered template (Adventure 365, Template 14), Adventure 365 February, Adventure 365 February Glitters and P365 Basics Little Date Tags Extended all by Jewel Goodwin (Mad Genius Designs). Logo found on Google. Font is Pea Alisha by Amanda Bottoms (Fonts For Peas).
Journalling reads: When we go shopping in the city centre, we usually end up grabbing takeaway for dinner. Quite often we opt for Mcdonalds just because it’s cheap and quick. On this trip we were intending on going to Pizza Hut, to take advantage of a special offer but since the closer one was busy we decided to give somewhere different a try. Fire and Stone hasn’t been open long and it looked really interesting. We were met at the door by super friendly staff, even though they were busy they pushed two small tables together for us so we had room to park the pushchair. They were running a special promotion where all pizzas were £4. Lukas was going to order from the kids menu but we were advised to order him an adult one as it would be cheaper. So he got one from the menu called the American Hot, (Fire & Stone’s tomato sauce, sliced Italian pepperoni, green chillies and grated mozzarella), and they took off the Chilli for him. I went with the Sydney (Crisp oven-roasted smoked bacon, free range egg, shaved smoked ham, mozzarella, Fire & Stone’s tomato sauce, basil & chives) and Mark went for the Maui (Double smoked shaved ham, Fire & Stone’s tomato sauce, diced sweet pineapple, mozzarella, basil, red onion & tomato salsa). The boys got cokes to drink and I went for Pineapple Juice. The pizzas were all gorgeous and yummy I was so mad I forgot to take a photo of the pizzas because we were too busy devouring them. Hopefully we can go back again soon, it was a lot of fun to try somewhere new to eat!

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