Early girl tomato, nastursium, lily bulb. $9
Mister Jiu’s, San Francisco CA
This fancy hot and sour soup was definitely non-traditional, but it tasted great with the same recognizable flavors of a normal hot and sour soup. I liked the subtle heat and the well developed flavors.
La Taverna del Born, Barcelona SPAIN
Mmm, SO good! This large, deep fried risotto ball filled with cheese was delicious! I loved the beautiful color of the aioli on top too.
Primo sale cheese, tuna, olives, and croutons. €10
AC Hotel Genova, Genoa ITALY
This salad was simple, but tasty enough. The ingredients were pretty good and it was a sizable salad. I ordered the dressing on the side.
Happy hour $5
Aatxe, San Francisco CA
These pop-able bites were great to eat with the little canas of beer during happy hour. So much fun stuffing my face! 🙂
Variat de tapes €15
El Berro, Barcelona SPAIN
We really didn’t know everything that we were getting served since they just kept coming out, but we decided that this was probably pork and not chicken, lol! It tasted fine, and it was still pretty tender.
Martini, red wine, and focaccia bites. €11.90
Brasserie Barthelemy Lounge, Nice FRANCE
This wasn’t a good stop. The drinks weren’t very good, and even the little bites they served were kinda gross. Ugh…
Prupisceddu in umidu con tomatiga. In spicy sauce. $16
La Ciccia, San Francisco CA
Omg, this was SO delicious! The octopus was tender and that sauce was amazing. It was so rich and deep, and I could’ve eaten a vat of it. This would be great to eat on a cold, rainy day at the bar counter with a glass of red wine!
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