Fried boneless tilapia served with four sauces. 290 PHP
Mesa, Boracay PHILIPPINES
Hmm, the tilapia actually wasn’t that crispy when it arrived to our table. The fried chunks of fist were getting soggy from sitting out too long perhaps. I liked that they garnished the dish with the deep fried fish heads and attached bodies. The sauces were also fun to mix and match. I just wish the tilapia had been crispier and less mealy.
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Lightly floured, deep fried tilapia fillets, topped with vegetables, stir-fry sauce, side of carrots, cabbage, and lettuce. $16.95
Basil Thai Restaurant, Charleston SC
Mmm, this was very tasty! Having traveled through Thailand, I think I can say that this wasn’t authentic Thai food, but it certainly had a lot of flavor and was nicely prepared.
View from the Rooftop Bar at the Vendue Inn. You can see Saint Michael’s Episcopal Church in the distance.
3 tacos – lime cured izumidai (tilapia), diced ahi tuna, and ebi with wonton shells. Happy hour $5
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Mmm, these were very good. Although the food at Barracuda isn’t traditional Japanese, I do like their flavors, service, and convenience. You really can’t beat their happy hour prices either!
Coit Tower from the Embarcadero. The Lillian Coit Memorial Tower is perched atop Telegraph Hill and was designed by Aurthur Brown Jr. and Henry Howard in an art deco style.