Winter boots and ramen
Wearing: sunglasses / sparkling earrings (use code BayArea15 to save 15% off site-wide) / grey scarf / black top / G buckle belt / small ivory bag / fall nail polish / dark wash jeans / water resistant boots c/o Sperry /
I love these chilly temperatures, because it means I can snuggle up in these winter boots! The faux fur is super soft, and they have great foot support; something I need after my hip injury. I also love that these boots are water resistant. Love!
Have you stood in line for ramen? If not, you might not realize what you are missing out on! There is a ramen restaurant at Valley Fair, in San Jose, named Ramen Nagi, which has a consistent half-hour to forty-five minute line to wait for seating. They do not offer to-go, so if you want to enjoy their yummy ramen, you need to be prepared to stand in line for it; trust me, it’s worth it.
The menu is really simple, there are four ramen flavors, and then you can customize your ramen bowl. Normally I order the “Original King” ramen which is a classic broth, but this time, I decided to venture out and try the green ramen, which is a basil broth. It was a fun choice! I felt like I was eating an Italian-Japanese fusion bowl of ramen. Two delicious cuisines! Yummy! If you haven’t tried Ramen Nagi yet, I highly recommend going during the week and wearing comfortable shoes. These boots were perfect, by the way.
It was really fun to be able to enjoy the new holiday decorations around the mall, and indulge in a yummy bowl of ramen. This is such a fun time of year to shop! Although, the only thing I purchased was ramen, haha.
Are there any restaurants you are willing to stand in line for? If so, please share in the comments below! I have always found that if everyone is trying to get in somewhere, there is a reason; it must be good!
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