After my previous post , Mal’s rough day got so much better. He received a call telling him that he won a raffle for 2 tickets to Opening Day for the Red Sox!! His bad day instantlybecame a good day! Our sushi dinner turned out to be more of a celebratory dinner than a cheer-up dinner!
Tonight, Mal and I went to dinner at Fuji 1564 in Quincy Center. It’s one of the best places to get tasty, cheap sushi– and, for this reason, Mal and I go there quite a bit. It was actually the first place we went to dinner when we first moved to Quincy in 2007, and we’ve been going there ever since.
By the time we sat down to dinner, Mal was already in a better mood!
I was too! I love making goofy faces with my husband! We’re such nerds.
This is when I realized that Marathon Monday is only a couple of weeks away! YAY!
Dinner started with our usual Pork-Fried Gyoza with teriyaki dipping sauce.
Mal was starving, so I let him eat 4 out of the 6. Usually, we split them 50/50.
After the appetizer, we ordered 3 rolls of maki to share: Spicy Tuna Maki, Hokkai Yaki Maki, and Tempura Maki.
I enjoyed all of the different maki rolls, but my favorite (as usual) was the Spicy Tuna Maki. I love the special sauce that Fuji adds to it!
I’m so glad that tonight turned out like it did. Mal and I had a nice time together at dinner and now we’re getting ready to watch last night’s episode of Lost. Today definitely turned out to be a good day!