Pork and broccoli, huevo, and trout and potatoes in adobo. Each $3.50
Tacos Cala, San Francisco CA
Omg, these tacos were delicious! Each on was so distinct and flavorful. They were simple with very little additional fillings except rice and black beans. The salsa were also SO tasty. Noms!
With bermuda onion, lettuce tomato, swiss cheese, and herb mayo. Served with garlic fries. $10.95
Bongo Johnny’s, Palm Springs CA
This burger was decent. It was still tender, but not overly juicy. I liked that they toasted their buns and the French fries were very good.
Chili and basil, bell pepper, onion. $8.95
Chada Thai Cuisine, Palm Springs CA
This tasted fine, but it was REALLY oily! That especially sucks in an eggplant dish because they just soak up all the oil and are disgusting to eat. #lame
Boudin Bakery and Cafe, San Francisco CA
This kouign amann had a different texture than others that I’m used to. It was as flaky and crisp. Perhaps it had more glaze that soaked into the flaky layers. I liked it though.
Zinfandel-shallot butter, haricots verts. $29
Zin American Bistro, Palm Springs CA
This hangar steak was good. It had great flavor and it was pretty tender. I like the red wine sauce and the green beans were nice and crisp.
With steamed broccoli and chap chae (Korean style glass noodles), kimchi. $9.95
Sorabol, San Francisco CA
I was craving this and was really hungry so I knew that Sorabol was a good lunch option. They give you plenty of meat and it’s always nice and filling. I can’t imagine how many calories are on this plate though. Hehe!
Preserved meyer lemon butter, salt. Family style menu, $60 per person
Al’s Place, San Francisco CA
I was a bit surprised when this first snack came out, and I had to giggle a bit. I don’t think I’ve ever been served fresh, whole radishes as a dish before. I felt like a rabbit or something, lol! I guess it was good and the butter tasted great, but I guess I expected some type of preparation beside washing the radishes and placing them on a plate.