Served with miso soup and salad. $15
Tokyo Express, San Francisco CA
I know I promised never to return to Tokyo Express for lunch, but I was really craving cheap sushi and this place is fairly close to my office. The food was surprisingly palatable this time around! The fish, although certainly not the freshest, was much better than the last time, and the rice was less sour and more moist than previously. Kudos for the improvement!
Pine nut cassoulet, sunchokes, yogurt curds. $28
Ink, Los Angeles CA
This lamb belly was wonderful! It pretty much melting in your mouth and tasted great! I was still full for the foie gras, but I dug deep and polished off this plate too. Noms!🙂
Sherman’s favorite served on a French roll, with cottage fries. $13.95
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery, Palm Springs CA
It’s hard to tell from this pic, but this was a HUGE slice of tiramisu! And it was really delicious too! I guess their dessert come just has large as their sandwiches!
Mixed greens, avocado. Prix fixe dinner $29.50
Hearth Coffee Roasters, San Francisco CA
This salad was lovely! The duck was beautifully prepared and the greens were different and delicious. I liked the fruity dressing along with the avocado smear.
Cheese, toasted asiago roll, beef au jus, served with French fries. $11.95
Bongo Johnny’s, Palm Springs CA
This sandwich was REALLY dry – from the bun to the roast beef. The beef was almost like jerky, gross! #foodfail
With bok choy, green onion, cilantro. $8
Lee’s Deli, San Francisco CA
Adding the bbq pork to my usual wonton soup definitely made for a hearty and filling soup. This definitely hit the spot!
Wolf, Los Angeles CA
Mmm, I love bacon! These were on the greasy side, but they still tasted really good. They should have drained them a bit before serving though.