Paulaner am Dom, Frankfurt

Yesterday we celebrated my 28th birthday. Yes, I haven’t stopped counting. The first thing I did in the morning was to check if there were any new wrinkles on my face and I’m glad to say I didn’t notice any new ones (yet). I poked my finger into my cheeks to see if my skin bounced back immediately, and yes they did. Probably a couple of ‘spare tyres’ but I reckon regular exercise will make them ‘flat tyres’ (hopefully). I’m very pleased with myself and my life so that’s always a good start.

I had a surprise birthday treat at Paulaner am Dom in town. I haven’t tried many German restaurants. Servings are usually HUGE so I reckon it would be better for me to stay clear of them. But I told Daniel I wanted something German for my birthday – afterall, we’re living in Germany!

The menu was huge so I suppose it would be fairly easy for people to find something they fancy. I had Schnitzel more than 4 years ago and have yet to try one since we moved to Frankfurt. So, we both ordered Schnitzel for lunch! The meat was super tender and tasty…yummy!

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It wasn’t too busy during lunch time (no idea why) which was a good thing. It meant that we could take our own sweet time to enjoy our food and chit-chat. Yes, chit-chat. We live together and see each other everyday but I’m just so happy that we still chat like we did 7 years ago at Gusto (family restaurant) in Tokyo.

I was utterly spoilt rotten by Daniel (as usual!). He actually took me shopping!!! You have no idea how difficult it is to make me spend money. I probably complicate my own life by thinking 3 or 4 times before making a purchase. I actually have to be encouraged to spend! The weather was awesome, we had a great time together, took an evening walk along the river…what a memorable 28th birthday!

Although the frame says 1982, I wasn’t born till 1984. I swear I’m not lying about my age!
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Thank you, love!

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3 thoughts on “Paulaner am Dom, Frankfurt

  1. Pingback: Food I wouldn’t have tried if not for being in Germany « Chronicles of Yoyo

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