Hey guys! I hope you’re well. This post was supposed to be up yesterday but I’m styling a photoshoot this weekend as well as putting the finishing touches to an interior project so the blog really isn’t at the forefront of my mind (unfortunately). I’ve really got to get better at the time management thing that I spoke about last time.
Anyway, I was invited to Vapiano a few days ago and took my friend Linda along with me. It’s been over 3 years since I last visited Vapiano but I’m quiet familiar with the restaurant regardless. When you get to Vapiano, you’re given an electronic card. This card is to track all of your consumption i.e. food, drinks desserts, and at the end of your visit you go to the reception till and pay for everything at once. It’s such a cool concept and the card has a touch-type function that you touch on the big silver readers situated at the food counters and bar.
The restaurant is broken down to several different food counters which serve different types of Italian food. There’s one side for pasta and risotto another side for pizza and calzone. On this occasion, I didn’t have the pleasure of going up to the counter and taping my card/collecting my food because we had the pleasure of being served directly by the manager Simone which was even better. He was very charming and ran through the whole menu and suggested dishes that he thought would be best suited to our taste.