Well after beach time and the sun and the wine a long afternoon nap ensued which meant when we woke up in the evening it was dinner time and the activity of the day just meant neither of us could bring ourselves to cook. That is pretty much the story of this whole weekend by the way.
We decided to head to the Crown Entertainment Complex where the Casino is and see where we could get in. Remember this is Saturday night and there are some pretty fancy places in the area and everyone is quite dressed up. Lots of frocks and heels and here I am in my denim shorts and flip flops with bedhead and Steve is not faring much better. We look at the Food Court and decide it's too bright and busy for us as we're still just waking up and a bit fuzzy headed.
Steve remembers there's a casual steak place and a pub upstairs so we try there. The steak place has a 45 minute wait but the hostess says we can sit at the bar and order the same food. The bar is dark and there are huge TV screens showing sport so perfect for Steve and perfect for me as I don't need to talk whilst I slowly come round.
I think there was cricket, football and tennis one when we were there. So to keep things simple, we order two steaks and some onion rings. I had garlic butter with mine and Steve had mushroom sauce. In spite of how busy it was the food came quick. It was tasty and filled a hole. Steaks were tender, onion rings crispy so everyone happy. A glass of wine and a beer later it was time to head home.
Our walk home consisted of a convoluted tour through the complex. It was the busiest I have ever seen it which is good because we did wonder how it managed to make money. The shops always seem so empty but not so tonight. We stopped for an icecream at Baci - honeycomb crunch and delicious it was too. Very romantic to take a seat by the river and enjoy our dessert.
I must stress that we shared the ice cream and you can see proof of that in the picture below!