Farmanova beet, arugula, crescenza. $16
Jardiniere, San Francisco CA
I liked this salad enough, but it was more of a leafy green salad with some bread thrown in than an actual bread salad. I liked the flavors, but I felt a little misled from the menu description. Definitely wouldn’t be on my list of things I have to try before I die.
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
Breaded with panko crumbs, served with malt vinegar, tartar sauce, and signature garlic fries. $17.99
Gordon Biersch, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
This plate was absolutely disgusting! The fist was so thickly battered (where was the panko breading btw?) and super greasy! I couldn’t even eat it. Even the fries, which were definitely cooked in the same horrible oil were hard and just tasted of grease. I want to barf just thinking of this atrocity!!
Smoked salmon served with succulent crabmeat and crispy crostini. $11
Vino Volo, Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
This were such a disappointment. The crostini were so small, dry, and crumbly that they had to chance to stand against any toppings. Also, the mixed crab spread was mush and disgusting as was the old smoked salmon.
Parmesan, house made curry ketchup, house dip. $8
Jasper’s Corner Tap and Kitchen, San Francisco CA
These were really good and tasty (like anything cooked in duck fat, lol)! I just wish the parmesan wasn’t the hard, grated kind. It would’ve been better either shaved or powdered.
Mesibah menu $53 per person
Zahav, Philadelphia PA
Mmm, the tuna was very tender and delicious. I loved the bright flavors in this dish and the peas were a nice texture against the tender fish.
Baked ham (ends), artichoke dip, tortilla chips. Brunch buffet $29.99
Farmers Fishers Bakers, Washington DC
I admit this is a random plate, but everything looked so good! This is why I’m dangerous at buffets, I just grab everything a once. Lol! I pretty much liked everything on the plate and quickly devoured it.
Shrimp and pork wonton soup with bok choy, green onion, cilantro. $8
Lee’s Deli, San Francisco CA
I would say that eight bucks for a super hearty soup makes for a great workday lunch. This isn’t the best quality, but it definitely quenches by salt and soup cravings.