Carnitas, carne asada, and pollo asado on organic corn tortilla, onion, cilantro relish, lime, and roasted tomatillo salsa. Taco Wednesday, each $2
The Castro Republic, San Francisco CA
I really miss this place and Taco Wednesday so I’m super sad that it closed. The tacos were always very good for being only two bucks each!
Hongos, pollo asado, and carne asada.
Purple sweet potato brioche. Bar seating $180
Pineapple & Pearls, Washington DC
This was one of my favorite moments of the meal. I loved it when they scraped the warm, melted cheese onto the sweet potato brioche. And it tasted wonderful!
Dim Sum King Seafood Restaurant, Toronto CANADA
This is my last post for this place. Thank goodness because I’m tired of wasting posts on this horrible restaurant! 😦
Onions, green peppers, chilies, scallions. $16.99
Spices, San Francisco CA
This was good, but I don’t know if it was seventeen dollars good for Chinese food. I also thought it was weird that it came out on aluminum foil while already on a dish. The lamb was also not that tender. I liked the cumin flavor, but it should be on a best-of-the-best list
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
Coria Estates, Salem OR
This is what we drank during the 2017 solar eclipse under totality. It was great spending the morning at Coria Estates waiting for the eclipse. It was kinda cold, but we cuddled under a blanket to stay warm and drank plenty of mimosas and wine. 🙂
Smoked foie gras, foie scrambled eggs, croissant, bottarga, maple. 5 course tasting menu $85
Le Pigeon, Portland OR
Omg, this was SO good! I wish it was a little lighter (there was foie everywhere!) or had another fresh ingredient, but honestly I didn’t mind too much. I just felt guilty eating all of it, hehe.
Cocktail and rose wine.
Shoyu tare, chasu, ginger, kikurage, soy-cured egg. $14
The Ramen Bar, San Francisco CA
This tasted good, but I was kinda sad that my egg was beat up! If you’re paying fourteen bucks for a bowl of ramen, it better be good and intact. Lame…