Saturday, 28 June 2014

Chilli Orange

Fusion cuisine. Curry duck? Pan fried salmon seemed more conventional. Restauran can be busy and full so it may not be the place for a romantic dinner.

The servings are not large. So we ordered deserts.

Ginger creme brulee

Green tea soufle.

Nice buzz in the restaurant but would be difficult for a close personal tete a tete. 

The meals were plated as single serves so it was difficult to share. 

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10 Steps to help sleep after a big meal. 
  • Stick to a consistent sleep schedule and routine. Go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at the same time each morning. A set sleep routine will “train” you to fall asleep and wake up more easily.
  • Use the bed only for sleep and sex.
  • Cut down on caffeine. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night. Caffeine can also increase the need to urinate during the night.
  • Be physically active. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.
  • Limit daytime naps. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.
  • If you use tobacco in any form, quit. Nicotine makes it harder to fall asleep.
  • Use alcohol cautiously. Alcohol depresses the nervous system, so a nightcap may help some people fall asleep. But this effect disappears after a few hours and may lead to waking up throughout the night. Alcohol can also worsen snoring and other sleep breathing problems.
  • Improve your sleep surroundings. Remove the television, telephone, and office equipment from the bedroom. This reinforces the idea that this room is meant for sleeping. An ideal environment is quiet, dark, and relatively cool, with a comfortable bed and minimal clutter.
  • If you’re still awake after about 20 minutes in bed, get up and read awhile to relax. Otherwise, you’ll set yourself up for tossing and turning.
  • Try to avoid taking sleeping pills. If you do take a prescription sleep medicine, work with your doctor to use it effectively and for as short a time as possible.

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