Crispy potato with salmon lox, creme fraiche, dill. $19 NZD
Federal Delicatessen, Auckland NZ
This was pretty good. I liked the salmon and it was nice and thick. The latke was good too but it was definitely on the greasy side.
Breakfast martini: Victor gin, St. Germain elderflower, house grapefruit-infused sugar. $16 NZD
Mimosa: Maude Methode Traditionnelle, orange juice. $15 NZD
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.
Two farm eggs, house-smoked salmon, baby red potato, onion, fresh herbs, lemon hollandaise, capers. $16
Eight4Nine, Palm Springs CA
This hash was pretty good. I liked the flavor of the smoked salmon and the hollandaise. The super small, chopped dish of melons really odd though and difficult to eat.
Johnny yaki tuna, soy sesame salmon, and shrimp with various toppings and sauces. $12.95
Poke Delish, San Francisco CA
This poke bowl was pretty tasty! I like that you can choose any and all of their toppings and sauces which is nice since the bowl isn’t that cheap to begin with.
Salmon, unagi, tamago, edamame, avocado. $10.82
Bamboo Asia, San Francisco CA
The Japanese rice bowls here are a great, healthy lunch option in the FiDi. The fish is actually pretty decent and I like the topping options.
Smoked salmon served with succulent crabmeat and crispy crostini. $11
Vino Volo, Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
This were such a disappointment. The crostini were so small, dry, and crumbly that they had to chance to stand against any toppings. Also, the mixed crab spread was mush and disgusting as was the old smoked salmon.
Ceviche Mixto: catch of the day, calamari, shrimp, scallops, cilantro, onion, rocoto, lime juice.
Ceviche de Coco: ahi tuna, lime, coconut juice, rocoto, scallions, cashews, jicama, fresno chile.
Ceviche Pasion: salmon, passion fruit, red onion, yellow pepper, cilantro, purple corn.
Served with Peruvian bar snacks. $16
Fresca, San Francisco CA
I love getting the trio (or quarto) at Fresca because you get to try a variety of their ceviches and the price is great. This time around, I really liked the mixto. It’s the most traditional one, but I really just liked the flavors. I was surprised by the ceviche passion with it’s passion fruit dressing. It tasted pretty good!
Plantain chips. $5
I think it’s kinda lame that you have to pay for plantain chips. They should just give you less and make it complimentary.