Over rice with furikake, pickles, green onions, and spicy mayo.
Liholiho Yacht Club, San Francisco CA
This was good, but not my favorite. I like “real” spam because it has a soft-ish texture that is really easy to eat. This house-made spam was pretty dense and really needed some heavy chewing to bite through. I loved the flavors though.
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
€4.50. With pan con tomate. €2.50
Parrots Pub, Sitges SPAIN
Hmm, I thought the ham was very dry and chewy. It seemed old to me, like it had been pre-sliced and sitting out for a while. Ew! The bread with tomato was fine though.
Menu del dia, each €21.90 (with lobster supplemental)
Lizarran, Sitges SPAIN
This was basic, but good. I liked the crispy bits of noodles from the bottom of the pan. I had hoped that there would be some onions or any vegetables, but alas, no.