Deep fried 1/2 Cornish hen with seasoned hand cut French fries. $10
Flying Sobie’s Hen House, Memphis TN
Omg, this was SO good! The hen was nice and juicy and I loved the spicy Memphis Gold sauce they put on it. It could have been spicier, but the flavor was very nice.
Ontario cheese curds, beef gravy. $8
Amsterdam BrewHouse, Toronto CANADA
This poutine tasted fine I guess. The fries were nice and crisp, but everything was really cold! Everything I ate at this restaurant was really cold actually. I may not be Canadian, but I’ve poutine before and it’s not supposed to be cold. I don’t know about you, but I don’t cold gravy over cold cheese curds is very appetizing.
Breaded with panko crumbs, served with malt vinegar, tartar sauce, and signature garlic fries. $17.99
Gordon Biersch, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
This plate was absolutely disgusting! The fist was so thickly battered (where was the panko breading btw?) and super greasy! I couldn’t even eat it. Even the fries, which were definitely cooked in the same horrible oil were hard and just tasted of grease. I want to barf just thinking of this atrocity!!
Served with French fries, tartar sauce. Happy hour $7
Red Hot & Blue, Herndon VA
These were small and there weren’t many, but they tasted pretty good. I liked the cornmeal crust. The fries were the soft, limp kind but I actually really liked them. The not most heart healthy plate though, lol!
House cut fries, bearnaise, demi-glace. $24
Barking Frog, Woodinville WA
Mmm, this was super good. The flat iron had a nice grilled crust on the outside but was still juicy on the inside. I could have done without the bearnaise since everything was already so heavy, but the sauce was good on its own.
Nick’s Riverside Grill, Washington DC
I liked the flavor of the Old Bay seasoning, but these fries were also really salty. Which was a shame because they were cooked perfectly and not greasy at all.