Truffle and honey. $16
Cockscomb, San Francisco CA
Wow, this was probably the most decadent grilled cheese sandwich I’ve ever eaten thus far, and it certainly was delicious! It was warm and cheesy, and wonderfully fragrant from the truffles with a sweetness from the honey. NOMS!
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
San Francisco City Hall.
Project 365: Day 108
Omg, the weather is still SO warm, sunny, and perfect. I went to the gym this morning, got my hair cut, picked up some Euros from the bank, caught up with DVR, and now just sitting on my balcony to blog (and pay bills, ew). It’s been a perfect day! I think I’ll go for a light run before dinner. It’s days like this when I feel so blessed and happy to be where I’m at in life. I do miss my honey, but he’ll be back from his conference on Monday.
With abalone, abalone mushroom, and chrysanthemum. Pre fixe dinner $180
Benu, San Francisco
Another first! When this arrived, I asked “Where’s the chicken?” I’d never had chicken velvet before so I didn’t know where to look, hehe. I’ve subsequently read that chicken velvet is usually fried or poached in oil, then reheated through in a hot broth. I’m not sure if this velvet was ever fried, it didn’t taste like it, but it was definitely velvet-y and oh so delicious. The soup broth in this dish was also very delicious. And I loved the combination of abalone and abalone mushrooms. Fun!