What food are you in the mood to eat right now? Would you believe it if we told you your answer depends on your zodiac sign? The connection between your zodiac sign and food choices is all the rage right now, so here at Sukhothai in South Beach, we thought – why not? With that said, we put together a little guide: Easting Asian Food Based on Your Zodiac Sign. This – is going to be good!
Does Astrology Shape Our Appetites?
In Western astrology, the zodiac is divided into 12 signs- Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces. Let’s see – 12 zodiac signs, 12 dishes. With the huge selection of food choices on our menu, this shouldn’t be hard at all. Surely, we’ll be able to find something tasty for everyone’s planet AND their palate! After all, Chinese astrology is based on the traditional astronomy. This should be easy for us! Let’s see if astrology shapes our appetites when it comes to Asian food.
The bold and ambitious Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, and they love to be to be number one. These Rams are also considered go-getters, with an upbeat personality. We think that Aries would totally enjoy one of our Sushi Tacos. The Dynamite Salad comes to mind.
Taurus is repped by the bull and is great at playing hard and working hard. These ambitious and sensual beings love succulent flavors, which means if you’re a Taurus, you’ll have plenty to choose from on the menu. But you can start with our Mongolian Beef from our Fusion Wok selection.
Symbolized by the celestial twins, Gemini’s can easily change their mood, working both of their have two different personalities. Dueling personalities? Hmmm… something hot and spicy comes to mind for these independent souls. Our Volcano Roll sounds like a perfect match.
Cancer is represented by the crab, and their personality can be challenging and complicated. But they’ve also been called sentimental, sympathetic, mysterious, and sensitive. We think Cancers would love one of our Special Sushi Rolls – the Nautico Roll, which features Krabsticks.
The word FIERCE fits Leos perfectly, especially since they’re represented by a lion. Leos are also stubborn and self-centered, but they can also be passionate, generous, kind, and loyal. Our Tuna Tartare Sushi Taco fits the bill, nicely.
Virgo’s symbol is a letter M, with a look at its end. This Earth sign is very down to earth. They’re analytical, modest, witty, practical, logical, and well-spoken. They’re also great humanitarians, and something tells us they would love the Vegan Sushi Taco.
Libra is an Air sign, represented by scales, which translates to balance and harmony. Libras are peaceful, loving, charming, nice, and it’s hard for them to say “no” to anyone. But they can also be fickle and indecisive. Try our TNT Roll. Decision made!
Scorpios are represented by the Scorpion. They’re described as being expressive, intense, passionate, and emotional. But they’re also misunderstood. But understand this – Scorpios would love the Sexy Roll from our Riceless Rolls selection.
Sagittarius, a Fire sign is represented by the archer. These spiritual adventures are open-hearted and generous. A generous helping of Special Fried Rice should do the trick.
Capricorn is repped by the Sea-goat, a mythological creature with the body of a goat and tail of a fish. Loyal, family-minded, self-assured, these passionate lovers love deeply. We think they’d love our Famous Pad Thai.
An Aquarius is an affectionate, mystical healer. Always helping others, Aquarius is the most humanitarian astrological sign. And for that, they should be rewarded with our Sukhothai Roll. Enjoy!
Pisces, a water sign, is represented by two fish swimming in opposite directions. Think – divided attention between fantasy and reality. Our Kamasutra Roll should help mellow out you Pisces.
Asian-fusion Dishes Galore
Here at Sukhothai in Miami Beach, we feature many impressive Sushi combinations and Asian fusion dishes with a Latin twist, that no one can deny, no matter their astrological sign. Stop by and see us! And the next time you bring someone here for dinner or lunch, make sure you first ask them – “What’s your sign?” – and take it from there!