There days (or nights) when I want something simple to eat, but if the restaurant can make it entertaining for me too…I can love it even more. It makes me wonder why don’t more restaurants get this??? A distinguishing factor can help a restaurant stick out from the sea of options for patrons.
Stacked in Fashion Valley Mall occupies where the UNO Pizzeria used to be many ages ago. This restaurant is a burger, salad, pizza, sandwich joint. What makes this place different than say, a Burger King or Chili’s?…….It’s self-service, to an extent. There are still servers and cooks, however the servers do not take your orders. You put in your own order on your table’s personal tablet:
I know it seems so trivial and some may even find this annoying that they have to put in their own orders. However, for today’s generation and the current technological culture, this is a welcomed addition for restaurant goers. You can check out their website and see what their menu looks like. And since you place your own orders, you can customize it as much or as little as you want. The control is ALL yours!
With that control, I created this sandwich for myself:
What you see before you is CP’s burger: Brioche bun + Angus Burger + Romain Lettuce + Bacon + Onion Straws + BBQ Sauce + Side of Jalapenos (for me).
My sandwich: Whole Wheat Bun + Blackened Grilled Chicken + Romaine Lettuce + Caramelized Onions + Roasted Red Peppers + Sides of Garlic Aioli and Chipotle Mayo.
And to accompany our sandwiches – a combo of half fresh cut fries and housemade chips. Ketchup for CP and ranch for me!
All of this did not come cheap, so don’t expect this restaurant to be your run of the mill place. With each customization, it’ll cost you – yes, even the sauces which does include the ketchup. However, I will say the idea of having a perfectly created sandwich, cooked to our liking to our exact order is empowering. Also, the housemade chips are just ridiculously addicting, but I would recommend that you request for “less salt”.
To wrap up the evening, I ordered a dessert (another “stacked” item): Scoop of vanilla ice cream sandwiched between chocolate chip and snicker doodle cookies. The chocolate chip cookie was a little over baked, but the whole dessert was still delicious because you can’t go wrong with ice cream and cookies!
The second time CP and I went, he ordered a customized pizza and it was good too. Not outstanding, nor best pizza ever. At the end of the day, Stacked is fun and good for a simple (or not so simple if you’re technologically illiterate) meal. I think the novelty factor makes it worthwhile to warrant a visit. Go ahead, stack your own meal!
Stacked (Multiple Locations)
7007 Friars Road
San Diego, CA 92108
April 16, 2012 | Categories: American, bread, cookies, dessert, ice cream, Review, sandwich | Tags: American, Burger, chicken, cookie, dessert, ice cream, ice cream sandwich, Review, san diego, Sandwich | Leave a comment
Last month, I finally crossed off a restaurant that I had wanted to go to for ages. This place got on my list of restaurants to try back in 2006, not long after it had opened. The rave reviews from fellow local bloggers, to Yelpers, to magazine reviews, the restaurant had a laundry list of positive feedback. Yet, the reason it took me almost six years to get there are due to various reasons:
- It’s slightly off the beaten path in Del Mar, and not in the main strip of Del Mar restaurants off the coast.
- The end bill is not exactly cheap, so that would limit this place to special occasions.
- Once, when I got close to going, there were no reservations open for that evening that was before a 9pm seating.
Then comes along my old colleague and friend from my previous job, who was coming to San Diego (technically, it was Valley View Center) for a job. We scheduled for a dinner meet up and she told me to pick. Considering she was all the way up in the mountains, though an area I’m familiar with, it is not my first choice for dinner spots. Hence, I knew I would be choosing something in the northern area of San Diego. That is when it came to me: we could go to Market Restaurant + Bar! I knew this would work out since my friend was traveling on the company and would have a food allowance. Since I didn’t mind picking up my own tab, I quickly jumped on it.
Upon arriving at the restaurant, it was as if time had stood still for the place ever since I saw it all those years ago. I thought to myself, “I’ve passed by this place enough times during the summer (for the Del Mar County Fair), now I will finally get to see if it was worth the wait!” (Side note to future patrons – there is no parking at the restaurant and is valet only, but it is free! Just remember to tip the man.)
The interior is intimate with dark lighting, but it is very simplistic modern feel. The bar at the entrance is definitely darker with darker colors of deep red, but the main dining room is lighter with persimmon colored walls, accented by lines of “sage” and “avocado green” (according to their website, those are the color names). The minute I walked into the restaurant, I loved it. And this is not always the feeling I get when I go to restaurants. (I can only think of maybe a handful of instances where a restaurant’s décor was an instant love for me.)
On to the food!!!
To start off the evening, our server put in front of us the modified Amuse Bouche of a Ricotta, Pesto, and Tomato Crostini. My friend AS is allergic to shellfish and apparently the amuse bouche of the night featured shrimp, so hence, we received this one instead. It was good regardless – simple, fresh ricotta, and not too overpowering.
For our shared appetizers (there were three of us):
The Blue Cheese Soufflé & Shaved Persimmon-Fuji Apple Salad was in our server’s opinion, “Not that rich! The salad helps cut the cheese down.” Um….I’ll tell you right now that the soufflé itself, even with the salad, was downright rich. I could see someone trying to finish this, then take two bites from their entrée and call it a night. With that said, this was delicious and packed with blue cheese. For those who do not enjoy blue cheese, do NOT get it! It’s not just a hint of blue cheese, it’s in your FACE cheese. The persimmon and Fuji apple salad was light and sweet to accompany the soufflé in perfect harmony. *cue the harp music*
Our other appetizer was a recommendation from the server (I was hesitant in taking her suggestion considering her advice about the soufflé) when we asked which of the salads was better. The one we ordered was the Grapefruit and Avocado Salad. Grapefruit is not a fruit I eat at all because I find the bitterness too overpowering. I decided to go in with an open mind and took a bite of the salad with a bit of every component. That is the whole point of a composed dish right?
The bite consisted of the only slightly bittersweet grapefruit, with the creamy avocado, the tangy goat cheese, and mixed greens dressed in Arbequina Olive Oil (which was smooth and fruity like), I was surprised how much I liked it. I never thought I would, but I did! The salad is beautiful to look at, as well as to eat. The flavors all worked with each other and I could not think of anything wrong with the combination.
Entrée time! 🙂
This was the special duo of the evening and AS’ choice! The duo included Cabernet Braised Shortribs (Buttermilk Fried Onions, Vegetable Roast, Horseradish, Sweet Onion-Potato Purée) and Wagyu Skirt Steak (Aged White Cheddar Braised Potatoes, Broccolini, Roasted Tomato, Crispy Bacon). Since I don’t eat beef, this was AS and JD’s reactions to the dish: “ZOMG the beef falls apart! It is so good! I can’t believe how tender it is!!!”
That was the general thought of the dish as a whole. And according to the two ladies, they both liked the shortribs more than the skirt steak. I did try the accompaniments and enjoyed the flavors of them too.
JD’s (a new coworkers of AS and a fellow foodie!) entrée was the Crab & Shrimp Stuffed Salmon with house made gnocchi, mushrooms and broccolini. I had a bite of the fish with some of the stuffing and was surprised that I enjoyed it. I am not a fan of cooked salmon; I like mine raw…in a sashimi form! However, Market seasoned it well and the fish did not have that yucky, “fishy” smell or taste to it.
My selection should not come as a surprise since I never pass up this option. The Spice roasted Maine dayboat scallops were superb. The dish was accompanied by black rice, roasted Brussels sprout, fennel, and (if I recall correctly) a red pepper sauce. My giant scallops were tender, flavorful, and oh so *gurgles in own saliva*.
………………Sorry, I had a moment there but I’m back. Anyway, I don’t believe the dish is always on the menu since the restaurant does change every so often to reflect the season.
Honestly, the restaurant has yet to show me that they cannot execute a well-composed and cooked dish. Kudos Market! Ok, onto our last course!
Dessert!!! (Best part of any meal right?)
For AS, the S’mores – a warm chocolate and graham tart, with toasted brown sugar marshmallow swirl top, and topped with some sea salt. The dessert comes with a scoop of the malted chocolate ice cream. It is definitely s’mores for adults and packed with chocolate. I liked it, but was not in love with it.
For JD, her Crème Fraische Panna Cotta was the disappointment of the evening. The Panna Cotta with the tangerine sorbet was just too…plain and underwhelming. I think those were the words we came up with to describe the dessert. All of us love fruit-based desserts and a clean dish. This one just did not cut it for any of us.
For moi, give me the Butterscotch custard and chocolate soufflé with espresso-bailey’s ice cream baby! The dessert comes out as three mini desserts on a plate. From left to right: The ball of espresso-bailey’s ice cream is covered with what reminds of coco pebbles at first glance, but I think they are just pieces of chocolate wafer cookies, and it sits on a dollop of caramel – loved.
Then comes the little cup of butterscotch custard, with fresh vanilla whipped cream (and you can see the vanilla beans still!) topped with toffee pieces. This was butterscotch all right! Not my usual preference for custards or puddings, but this was small enough so it was still good with its other dessert members.
Lastly, the chocolate soufflé was a miniature “lava cake”. The cake was good, but when it comes to “lava”-like cakes, my favorite still goes to Roy’s and Café Japengo’s. Those are the bomb diggity! Still, Market’s version was a fair in comparison to some I have had at other restaurants.
The desserts seem to be underwhelming overall for the three of us. After having a stellar start and continued amazement for our entrées, the end was only “ok”. Despite that, all three of us had an amazing dinner that evening. I knew there was a reason this place has remained on my list of restaurants to try for years. And the reason why I could still visit it after all this time, is that they make and serve outstanding food. That is the why they are still thriving notwithstanding their isolated location. Market Restaurant and Bar will have to be on my list of best places to go for special occasions.
Market Restaurant + Bar
3702 Via de la Valle
Del Mar, CA 92014
First job at the new work place turns out to be in Atlanta. Now, you all should know by now, I never travel without doing my research on where to eat. Thank goodness my colleagues are equally open to my gluttonous ways (and frankly encourages it). Behold our week long feasting:
Firkin and Gryphon
This was dinner on our first night because by the time we landed and got to the hotel, nothing was opened. My manager and I managed to make it to a pub, which we thought would still have something to eat. Upon entering, we were told it was the “late night” menu only – aka fried appetizers. Within minutes of sitting, we were told the kitchen was closed for the night to the waitress regret. However, we were set on getting something so I begged for them to at least let us have dessert.
Hence, you see before you the Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding and the Seasonal Cobbler (Strawberry-peach). Both came with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Both were ridiculously delicious and probably not the best way to start our week…or best way to frame the rest of our week.
JCT Kitchen and Bar
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack
Fogo de Chao
Ship & Anchor
Mitchell’s Ice Cream
And that is just week one. We still have another week ahead…I hope my stomach can hold on.
Firkin and Gryphon
4764 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
JCT Kitchen and Bar
1198 Howell Mill Rd
Atlanta, GA 30318
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack
1811 Piedmont Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Multiple locations in Atlanta area
Two locations in Atlanta
5815 Windward Parkway, Suite 210
Alpharetta, GA 30005
245 18th Street Northwest Ste 5100
Atlanta, GA 30363
190 Marietta St, (Centennial Olympic Park)
Atlanta, GA 30342
Ship & Anchor Pub
5975 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30328
October 31, 2011 | Categories: American, bakery, Barbecue, bread, cakes, Cheese, chocolate, cookies, dessert, ice cream, Review, sandwich, seafood, Travel | Tags: American, atlanta, barbecue, Brazilian, british pub, cake, chocolate, dessert, georgia, ice cream, Review, Seafood, soul food, southern, sushi, Travel | Leave a comment
Today was a team lunch to bring together the two sides of an engagement. There is nothing that can bring people together like food…especially ridiculous food. When I saw ridiculous, it could be ridiculously good tasting, ridiculously amazing looking, and the ridiculous embodiment of being a pure glutton.
Ladies and gents, please turn to Exhibit A:
This is BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse’s iconic dessert – the Pizookie. However, what you’re looking at is the ULTIMATE Pizookie one could order from the menu. The Pizookie Platter is the choice of 4 flavors of cookies, then piled high with 8 scoops of ice cream. Our poison of choice (counter clockwise): Red Velvet, Triple Chocolate, Chocolate Chunk, and Cookies N’ Cream. The ice cream that piled on top included: Vanilla Bean, Chocolate, and Cookies N’ Cream!
Literally, this platter was the size of a manhole cover! There were 7 of us (3 males, 4 females) and we dug into this sugary monster. We ate, and ate, and ATE…somewhere along the way, we started to get a bit delusional. I think we were all wondering if we would survive this endeavor. At one point, my hand was shaking as I reached over for more and that’s when I knew – I was way over my limit in sucrose intake. I sadly put down my spoon and watched 2 of my colleagues eat through their sugar haze. In the end, the dream was lived, but the victory was not ours. We had finished a substantial amount of the platter, but in the end…there was still some cookie left with some ice cream (melted and melting).
Probably not the best idea in attempting this during a work lunch because all of us had some issues getting back to work and staying focus. Or maybe…it was the best thing ever…oh yea, oh yea.BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse Mulitple Locations
Today, we started our morning with a quick fruit breakfast before heading off to the Pearl Harbor Historical Sites. Other than the Pearl Harbor Memorial, there are also retired WWII vessels that you can visit. The Memorial is actually completely free and a ferry takes you to it approximately every 15 minutes. The other military vessels do cost, but you can buy a package to save some money. CP and I visited the USS Blowfin submarine and the USS Arizona. I’ll let the pictures do the story telling.
After our memorial visit, but before the USS Arizona, we needed lunch and we were not going to settle for a crappy hamburger or hot dog. Instead, we hoped in our car and drove a bit to get to Tanioka’s. This market was recommended to me by my colleague, an ex-pat, for having the best poke and other great bento items.
Once we were there, the large number of choices made it really hard to for us to decide what to get. In the end, we bought more than what we could really eat…but the bounty cost us about $35.
Best things we ate out of this massive pile of food? The Lomi Poke and the Spicy Tuna with the sweet sushi rice. The lomi poke had a subtle sweetness to it, and a hint of garlic or something else. The soft cubes of tuna melted away and the seaweed gave away to a wonderful crunch. Best poke I ever had and not sure how others will hold up to this one.
After that big meal, we had visited the USS Arizona as you saw above. The winded down pretty quickly after that and we headed off to Paradise Cove for our luau. Unfortunately…as we got closer to the east side of the island, the sun we had was going away and we were driving into showers, to rain, to heavy rain. Obviously, the luau was cancelled and we had to reschedule it.
Since that plan went out the door, we decided to head to one of the beaches we saw on our drive the previous day. We already had all our swimming gear in the car in case of anything and good thing we did! So instead of a luau, we had a sunset swim on a secluded beach on the northwest side of Oahu. It was a wonderful way to watch the day end (and to have your honey attempt to block a wave from getting you by doing a head dive as if to take a bullet for me. Except this was water and it just ended up splashing us both completely).
For dinner that night, we ended up at Duke’s Waikiki to satisfy CP’s craving of surf and turf. I wasn’t completely hungry, so we followed CP’s craving this time. One thing that I didn’t know, was that the restaurant company that owns Jake’s Del Mar, owns Duke’s as well. I was a little surprised by this and found it funny we ended up at a place that had a little bit of San Diego too.
CP’s surf and turf – sirloin and lobster tail, with mashed potatoes and green beans. He lapped up his meal with a smile on his face…guessing he really like it huh? J
My lomi lomi chicken with rice pilaf was not amazing, but not terrible. It was just kind of boring and I did not particularly like it. However, not to fear! Dessert comes and saves my night!
The Hula Pie! It is macadamia nut ice cream, sitting on a chocolate cookie crumb shell, covered with a layer of chocolate ganache, topped with chocolate fudge and more macadamia nuts and whipped cream. Man…it was a cold, creamy party in my mouth. Even CP joined in the dessert (he just steered away from the chocolate, which was fine by me)!
Our last full day in Hawaii, we headed straight to Hanauma Bay for some snorkeling! Unfortunately, we did not bring nor buy an underwater camera, but the experience was surreal. Since we were there early in the morning (granted…it was chill waters for Hawaii given the storms and cloudy start to the day), the fishes were all out and feeding. The waves were really mild, so it made for a great snorkeling experience. We saw many of the species of fishes that we saw also at the aquarium, so both CP and I were super excited about that.
As the day progressed, more sun came out, but the waves started getting a little “rougher” for the bay. It was harder to find the fishes at that point as they most likely took refuge in their coral homes. At that point, CP and I decided that after 4 hours of snorkeling, we decided to call it a day (for snorkeling).
Since we both worked up an appetite, it was time to get another food icon of the island:
YES! Malasadas! And not just any malasadas, but the famed Leonard’s Bakery malasadas! We bought a box of 6 with the cinnamon coating, and 1 haupia filled sugar coated malasada. I was giddy with excitement and joy as I tasted the warm, fluffy, sugary pastry. I felt my eyes roll behind my head as the wonder that is a fresh malasada can do for me. CP was looking curiously at the box and my reactions to eating it, and finally was convinced enough to try one. He was hooked, no questions about it.
After having our fill of malasadas, we went back to clean up and headed off to our luau!
Upon entering the cove, you receive a shell or flower lei (depending which package you bought), plus a mai tai or a non-alcoholic beverage. All around the cove, there were free activities that were happening for the guests such as spear throwing and weaving a head band made from palm leaves. Since we bought the basic package, I did not have any flowers on me, I immediately went to make myself a headband and bracelet made from the same flowers.
After properly decking myself out, there were several pre-luau shows that we watched including: the flower drop (a guy climbs up a palm tree and lets out a sack of flowers…and he climbed that tree super fast) and demonstration of how fishermen casts out the nets from the shore to reel in dinner.
Then came the revealing of the pig ceremony and a traditional hula dance:
Finally, it was dinner time! The offerings: kulau pig, baked fish, fried chicken, salad, pasta salad, bread rolls (butter and taro), rice, and poi. Desserts included: coconut jello, vanilla and chocolate cakes, and pineapple.
The food? It was a buffet, what did you expect? I got exactly what I expected: fair to bad food. The pig was good, and that was about it on the savory end. The coconut jello was the best dessert since it’s a lot like what I eat at home.
After we all had our fill, the show began!
That was both CP’s and my first luau and we both had a great time actually. True, it is completely and utterly a tourist attraction, but it was something that had to be done. Would I do it again?….nah, once is more than enough!
Day 7 – Last day :(…
Sigh…like all good things, it must come to an end. I was sad waking up that morning, knowing that it was time to go home. Prior to going, I had to pick up some cookies from the Honolulu Cookie Company to bring home.
I picked up the mix tin box with 15 flavors and a total of 32 cookies. The flavors include: Butter Macadamia, Pineapple Macadamia, Mango Macadamia, Lilikoi Mango, Kona Coffee, Chocolate Dipped Macadamia, Dark Chocolate Macadamia, White Chocolate Kona Coffee, Dark Chocolate Kona Coffee, Triple Chocolate Macadamia, Dark Triple Chocolate Macadamia, Dark Chocolate Lilikoi, Coconut, Dark Chocolate Coconut and White Chocolate Coconut. My favorite? The Dark Chocolate Coconut!
Also, we decided to make one last stop to Puka Dog for a to-go lunch. Just because I wanted to bring something else to eat on our plane ride, just in case that the meal served was not good.
That was our week long adventure in Hawaii. It was everything I thought it would be and at the same time, the island gave me surprises that I did not expect. I can see myself definitely visiting the islands again!
On the Sand at the Outrigger Waikiki, Oahu
2335 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 116
Honolulu, HI 96815
933 Kapahulu Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816
May 27, 2011 | Categories: American, Asian Fusion, bakery, bread, buffet, cookies, dessert, Hawaii, Review, seafood, sushi, Travel | Tags: American, asian fusion, bakery, dessert, Hawaii, Honolulu, hot dog, Review, sashimi, Seafood, sushi, Travel | Leave a comment
The phrase “Double Stuffed” once was associated with the Oreo brand cookies for me. You know what I’m talking about – where Nabisco basically doubled the amount of cream filling in their Oreo cookies. Now however, that phrase has a whole new meaning for me.
Ever since a colleague brought into work something absolutely amazing, I cannot stop thinking about how ingenious and how delicious this monstrous concoction was. Can you already guess what I’m about to describe and show to you? Here…I’ll give you your first visual hint:
Delicious looking already right? Yet…do they not look a little lumpy to you? Can you guess?….
Come on! Really?….Really???
YES! That’s right! It is a chocolate chip cookie with an Oreo INSIDE!!! Can you imagine how ridiculously delicious this was?! I’m not the biggest fan of Oreos yet….being baked into a chocolate chip cookie somehow brought it to a completely level.
When I bit into my half of the monstrosity I was hit immediately by the soft properties of the cookie as a whole. The baking process softened the otherwise crispiness of the Oreo and I can imagine it melting in my mouth had it been right out of the oven. You have the buttery chocolate chip cookie base, semi-sweet chips and a hit of chocolate AND vanilla cream all in one bite. It was flavor within flavor and the multiple layers was what made this so good and so much fun to eat!
RH…this is the reason why we all love and hate you…and the reason why I had to work off AGAIN my “freshmen” 15 (well…it wasn’t all you but you contributed a great deal)!!!
Yet, when you are presented with such a creation, you cannot help giggle with giddy as you look at it. The baker in me will now try to stuff all combinations of cookies together and make the next best thing!
What would you want for the ultimate buffet/sampling of your favorite foods? Here would be my list of delicious dishes and one-off items I would want:
- Almond Croissant – Tartine Bakery (San Francisco, CA), Payard (Las Vegas, NV)
- Tofu Stew – Tofu House (San Diego, CA)
- Chicken Makhani (Butter Chicken) and Began Bertha – Punjabi Tandoor (San Diego, CA)
- Cannoli – Solunto Bakery (San Diego, CA)
- Gelato (any flavor) – Papalecco (San Diego, CA)
- Drunken Noodles and Spicy Fried Rice – Amarin Thai (Mira Mesa: San Diego, CA)
- Green Curry – Antique Thai (San Diego, CA)
- Cupcakes – Elizabethian Desserts (Encinitas, CA)
- Falafel – Mama’s Lebanese Bakery (San Diego, CA) or Armenian Cafe (Carlsbad, CA)
- Xi Long Bao – Shanghai House (San Francisco, CA)
- Sushi (sashimi) – Sushi Ota (San Diego, CA)
- Sushi rolls – Harney Sushi (San Diego, CA), Sushi Okoze (San Francisco, CA)
- Red Beans n’ Rice – Bud’s Louisiana Cafe (San Diego, CA)
- Ice cream – Mariposa Ice Cream (San Diego, CA), Bi-Rite Creamery (San Francisco, CA)
- Sandwich (Hot) – Spicy Pickle, Sandwich Emporium, Earl of Sandwich (San Diego, CA), any shop in Paris
- Tapas: Sautéed Meatballs al Jerez; Shrimp Croquetas; Brava Sautéed Potatoes; Fabada – Cafe Sevilla (San Diego, CA)
- Thin Crust Pizza – Bongiornos New York Pizzeria, Cucina Urbana (San Diego, CA), Delfina Pizzeria (San Francisco, CA), John’s Pizzeria (NY, NY)
- Spicy Eggplant with Ground Pork – Dumpling Inn (San Diego, CA)
- Smoked Bologna – Earl’s Rib Place (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Smoked Turkey and Green Beans – County Line Barbecue (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Cheese Danish – Ingrid’s Kitchen (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Smoked Ham – Gates BBQ (North Kansas City, MO)
- Lamb Shank – MoZen Bistro (Las Vegas, NV)
- Chocolate Budino – Cucina Urbana (San Diego, CA)
- Pumpkin Custard – Luv-It Frozen Custard (Las Vegas, NV)
- Harvest Pie – Coco’s Bakery (national chain)
- Macaron – Lauree (Paris, France), La Maison Du Chocolat (NY,NY and international)
- Chicken and Lamb over Rice – 53rd & 6th Halal Cart (NY, NY)
- Tuscan White Bean soup (seasonal) – B&B Ristorante (Venetian: Las Vegas, NV)
- Chocolate Duo – Opera Patisserie (San Diego, CA)
- Chocolate Chip Cookie – Norstrom Cafe, Potbelly(multiple locations)
- Egg Tart – Golden Gate Bakery (San Francisco, CA)
- Saffron Spaghetti with Lobster; Seared Scallops – 1500 Ocean(San Diego, CA)
- Gobo Salad – Wa Dining Okan(San Diego, CA)
- Grilled Chicken Wings; Salmon Rice Ball with Broth – Yakitori Yakyudori (San Diego, CA)
- Peanut Butter Cookie – Extraordinary Desserts (San Diego, CA)
- Olive Oil Gelato – L’Arte del Gelato (NY,NY)
- Belgium Waffles – Any fresh or packaged even in Germany
- Strozzapreti Bolognese – La Terrazza (Vancouver, BC)
- Crab cakes and Crab Soup – Jerry’s Place (Prince Fredrick, MD)
Man…I realized that I really like eating when writing this.
So readers – want to share what YOU like to eat and from where? 🙂
March 28, 2011 | Categories: American, Asian Fusion, bakery, Barbecue, bread, Cajun/Creole, cakes, Cheese, Chinese, chocolate, cookies, cupcakes, curry, dessert, Dumpling, French, fusion, gelato, ice cream, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Las Vegas, Middle eastern, noodles, pasta, pastry, Pizza, rants, Review, San Francisco, sandwich, seafood, sushi, Tapas, tofu | Leave a comment