Was this novelty dessert worth five bucks? I have to say no. The vanilla ice cream was already melted, and the mealworms were super dry and burnt tasting (I don’t think I tasted any toffee). I didn’t like the powdery/crumbly texture in my mouth. I’m glad I tried it, but it didn’t deliver on flavor and texture. $5
Don Bugito, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA
California Palace of the Legion of Honor. One of my favorite museums in San Francisco!
Chocolate waffle with a peanut buter and toffee crunch filling, whipped cream. $19
Norma’s, Palm Springs CA
Dang it was HOT outside! Norma’s really needs to have more even sun coverage on their patio area. The quickly moving sun through the split canvas is way too bothersome.
As for these waffles – they were LAME! Ugh, I thought the food here was going to be spectacular especially at these prices (I mean twenty bucks for waffles – they better be good)! The waffles were super crispy and tasted like powdered chocolate. They were so hard that you really couldn’t cut into them without squishing all the filling out from between them. This dish was a major sugar-bomb without any waffle satisfaction.
Fancy fire pit, The Parker Palm Springs Hotel.
Warm brownie topped with Mitchell’s coconut ice cream. $7
Zadin, San Francisco CA
This was ok, but then I’m not a huge dessert person. I did love the Mitchell’s coconut ice cream though!
Tawny 10 year port. $5
Una Pizza Napoletana flyers, 16th Street. I love that restaurants in SF will canvas on flyer boards, lol.
I think this is my favorite flavor at Anthony’s – it’s SO nommy! I love the soft, chewy, sticky texture of this thin buttery cookie. Yes please! $1.25
Anthony’s Cookies, San Francisco