Breaded chicken fillet with chili sauce and lettuce, served with barbecue flavored fries. 210 PHP
Holy Cow!, Manila PHILIPPINES
I don’t know where the béarnaise sauce fits in, but they gave me an entire gravy boat of it, lol! I’m not sure that béarnaise screams bbq to me, but whatever. I’m not gonna judge another country’s interpretation of foreign cuisine. This burger was decent but I wish it had more chili sauce and none of the béarnaise sauce. The bbq flavored fries didn’t taste very bbq-y either.
San Miguel light beer. 70 PHP
Cory Aquino Memorial Shrine and Ninoy Aquino Monument, Intramuros.
Pork filled empanada with aioli and sweet chili sauce. Happy hour $2
La Isla Cuisine, Seattle WA
Two bucks for a warm empanada?! I’m in! We went here during a late night bar crawl and took advantage of their super cheap happy hour menu, lol. This empanada may have been small, but it was cooked to order and tasted mighty good!
Fountain of the Northwest, by James FitzGerald, Intiman Theater at Seattle Center.
Prawns sautéed in a sweet chili sauce, garnished with green onion.
Paraiso Grill, Boracay PHILIPPINES
These prawns were really tasty, but someone at our table requested that they be peeled before cooking. NO!!! There’s SO much more flavor when they’re cooked whole, and I love sucking on the heads. That’s where all the goodness is located.
Green lobsters ready to be chosen and cooked to order!
Covered with a sweet Thai chili sauce, served with celery sticks and bleu cheese dressing. $11.99
Margaritaville, Las Vegas NV
Meh, these fried chicken wings were passable. They were really small and slightly dry. I did like the Thai chili sauce even though it probably came out of a bottle…
Flamingo Hotel courtyard.