If you ever get the chance to experience a Disney cruise, you must eat at Remy aboard the Disney Fantasy. Incredible dishes and impeccable service. And do you see all that cheese?!
This side order of mentaiko mayo don eclipsed my G-men ramen main last week. Pining for it today.
Instantly addicted to Kaya Malay Bistro’s roti served with curried dip. Can’t wait to head back for more.
Even though I told her it was like a milkshake, Kate wouldn’t go beyond this first sip of a frozen butterbeer after it was gifted to her by a server. I gladly took it off her hands. (I believe it was butterscotch ice cream and root beer, but don’t take my word for it.)
Who needs dinner when the free buns at Kona Cafe are the size of Kate’s head? (But seriously: sweet bread and macadamia nut butter was such a delicious combo. A must try when dining at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.)
This Lapu-Lapu has gotten me tipsy-tipsy!
Find this rum punch, served in spectacular fashion within a pineapple, at the Disney Polynesian Resort’s Kona Cafe.
Wonderful dinner date with @shelleymcarthur at @blvdyvr. Foie gras terrine, I heart you.
Onesies brunch at Alibi Room, immediately following elevensies brunch at Farmer’s Apprentice, involved french toast, Caesars, tea, and the wonderful company of @thisisnotbruce @iamafoodblog @literallyafloat @mariehunter604 and Mike. I doubt I’ll need food for the rest of the day.
If you don’t know me well, you’ll find that I order bratwurst anytime I spot it on a menu, like I did here at Farmer’s Apprentice. If you know me well, you’ll know exactly how I rearranged this presentation. #iamsomature #thatphotoisnotgettingpublished
Value Meal #3 at this delightful Filipino-Chinese eatery has ingrained itself into my lunchtime cravings so deeply that it’s hard to order anything else when I visit. $7.95 gets you the day’s soup, deep-fried pork belly, garlic rice, and a fried egg (mix into the rice–trust me).
For a true Pinoy experience, eat the pork with a heap of the bagoong salad that accompanies the combo, but beware: shrimp paste is pungent and not to be had in copious quantities on your first try.
Other value meals are available if you prefer fried fish or BBQ & spring rolls to pork–all under $8, and all worth trying at least once.