Provolone cheese, lettuce, onions, pepperoncini, jalapenos. $7.95
Portico, San Francisco CA
The sandwiches at Portico are very large, and this was no exception. I like the bread that they use and they heat up this meatball sandwich to melt the cheese. Very tasty!
With chicken. $9.95
Chili Cha Cha 2, San Francisco CA
This wasn’t very good. It was bland and both the chicken and noodles were dry. Hmm…
Arizmendi Bakery, San Francisco CA
The olives were especially large on today’s batch of olive rounds. Yum! They were nice and juicy.
Cream cheese, tomato, red onions, capers, bagel. $14
Escena Lounge & Grill, Palm Springs CA
There was a lot of salmon on this plate. I couldn’t eat most of it. I wish the bagel was better though. It was really poor quality.
Maine lobster, two farm eggs, green goddess hollandaise. $22
Eight4Nine, Palm Springs CA
Mmm, this lobster benedict was delicious! I love the large pieces of lobster and the green goddess hollandiase sauce was very tasty.
Stuffed with Kraft American cheese, more American cheese, applewood bacon, iceberg lettuce, pickle, hickory sauce, buttered bun. $13
Blackbook, Palm Springs CA
This burger was tasty, but I was expecting it to be bigger. The stuffed patty was nice and juicy though.
1/3 rack baby back ribs, 2 chicken thighs, baked beans, brussels sprouts. $17
Babe’s Bar-B-Que & Brewhouse, Rancho Mirage CA
Hmm, this wasn’t very good. The ribs had a weird texture and so did the chicken for that matter. The bbq sauce wasn’t very good either. Lame.
Cheese, lettuce, onions, cilantro, sour cream, guacamole. $4.75
Tropisueno, San Francisco CA
This was good. I like the barbacoa at Tropisueno. It has a nice flavor. Not sure the super taco price is worth it though.
Salami, pepperoni, sausage, red onion, jalapenos, and bbq sauce. $5.25
Oz Pizza, San Francisco CA
This slice was nice and messy, and I loved it, lol! There was plenty of meat and it had a good amount of cheese too!
Good Mong Kok Bakery, San Francisco CA
I wish this place was closer to my office! I’d stop by more often. They have great dim sum at super low prices. The ladies can be a bit gruff if you don’t speak Chinese (Cantonese maybe?), but you can just point and choose. 🙂
Gyro meat with hummus, tzatziki, and small Greek salad. Served with pita. $10.75
Ayola, San Francisco CA
I can’t stay away from the gyros plate from Ayola. It’s partly because it’s so close to my office, but I love eating the gyro meat with topped with some humms, tzatziki and their hot sauce. Yum!
Fried egg, vegetables, chili paste over with rice. $10.20
The Store on the Corner, San Francisco CA
This bibimbap was good. I liked all the veggies, but the beef was a bit dry. I’m glad the runny egg was there to add some needed moisture.