Kiddie cup $4.99
Haagen Dazs, San Francisco CA
I still think the ice cream here is overpriced especially when I can go to the grocery store and buy more for cheaper. I had never seen this flavor before so I had to try it. It was actually really good! I guess part of the cost is getting unique flavors that you can’t buy at the store.
Candied house-cured bacon, bourbon pecan caramel. $14
Mulebone, Washington DC
Mmm, this was really good! The fried chicken was nice and juicy and the bacon was crispy and flavorful. This was definitely on the sweet side, but the flavors were great.
Pine nuts, limoncello. “Tradition” tasting menu €65
Tordomatto, Rome ITALY
This was a super creative dessert, but I’m not sure that it was successful overall. I loved that it mimicked the look of an egg, but it didn’t feel satisfying on the mouth. The gelatin cellophane was odd and didn’t allow the other ingredients to blend. I liked the flavor of the dessert though.
Extra lil’ palette cleanser.
Phat Philly, San Francisco CA
I love the waffle fries at Phat Philly! They are always piping hot and perfectly fried. I love the seasoning too. SO good!
Served with ranch dressing, celery, carrots. 10 wings $9.50
Red Hot & Blue, Herndon VA
Apparently this place has closed since my visit. I’m not surprised. The food was marginal. I’m not even sure why they called these chicken wings “jumbo” since they were fairly small. They were also over-cooked and dry. The bartender was friendly though.
Kumo Sushi, Herndon VA
This miso soup was pretty good. It was nice and hot and had plenty of miso in it. The service was a little weird though. It felt a little awkward in there.
With steamed broccoli and brown rice. $10.95
Sorabol, San Francisco CA
I will say that even though the Korean food at Sorabol is no where near the best, they are definitely consistent which is a huge plus in my book. You’re always certain what you’re gonna get and there aren’t any surprises. And you get a lot of food for a decent price – a rarity when it comes to downtown lunches in San Francisco.