Tea is what I refer to dinner as being so, no, we didn't just go out for a beverage. There were two eateries we had in mind. I met the missus and the boy at the pool after work as junior had a swimming lesson. Straight into Vic Park to decide where to go. On the list was Nando's and Emma's Seafood Restaurant. The plan was to park the car near Nando's and walk to Emma's to see if it was open.
Great plan apart from the delicious chicken smell emanating from Nando's. Miky couldn't go past it. Ooh, that flame-grilled chicken smelt divine. Waited nearly twenty minutes to receive our order but the taste was marvellous and well worth the wait. Peri-peri sauce, originally from Swaziland, I believe, is delicious. I can't believe that we haven't tried this place before. We'll definitely be back. Very noisy eatery so no good if you wish to have a decent conversation.
Across the road was Baskin Robbins so we popped in for some ice cream. Yum. Tasted just as good on Friday night when we were there.
The boy fell asleep in the car on the way home so we had the night to ourselves and watched The Bourne Supremacy which had been on telly the night before. I'm not a fan of movies when they break the action scenes into one second viewing and cut to all different angles constantly. A reasonable movie otherwise. Perhaps the first was better.