The lover’s boat at Ginza in Whethersfield CT is AMAZING. So much droolage for this fancy dish. I never ate so much sushi in my life!
The Asian version of Shepherd’s Pie. But instead of potatoes we used rice flour, instead of beef or lamb we used minced pork, instead of baking it we steamed it in banana leaves. Overall taste it was alright it had the same consistency as Shepherd’s Pie but totally tasted different and a little sticky. It was interesting to say the least.
Finally ate at Chowder Pot after passing it a million times throughout my life. So of course I had to get the prime rib since I heard so much about it. I was not disappointed. I got it medium rare and it was cooked perfectly the way I like it. Every bite I took melt in my mouth, it was so good. Their bread is also really good, definitely homemade with a light sugary coating on top. For my sides I had coleslaw and baked potato.
The Spicy Green Bean in Glastonbury CT is where you can spend a decent amount of money for high quality food. Stopped by for breakfast and was not disappointed. It may look like a hole in the wall but boy was it crowded. For 10.99 I got the Kentucky Bene. This plate was huge. There were two gorgeously cook fried chicken breast with the perfect poach egg on top with sausage gravy, and can’t forget the hollandaise. Even their home fries were special as it had all sorts of potatoes. Overall, a very good place to eat at, highly recommended.
This is the first time we ever order sush for take out and we paid for what we got. It wasn’t the most prettiest looking sushi nor was it the most tasty sushi we ever had. However, it was the most best value sushi to buy. For 4.95 a roll you get pretty good amount of sushi. It definitely hit the spot and the udon was good too.
Spiked Boba Tea, Takoyaki, and Pork Ramen….yes please! I finally got to try Umi which is known for their conveyor belt sushi which wasn’t impressive at all btw. However, they made it up with some takoyaki. I never had takoyaki before but I’m definitely a fan of them now. Takoyaki is basically this fried little fritter that has a bit of octopus in there, it was bursting with flavor and was so good. Warning those things will burn your mouth. Main dish was pork ramen and though it is no comparison to the real stuff in Japan, it’s pretty darn close. The broth was flavorful, the noodles were cooked perfect. Lastly, for my drink I had lychee flavor spiked with vodka, warning this stuff is STRONG. I probably will never get that again.