TweetMy list is in no particular forking order and includes the most memorable meals either the good or the not so good that I’ve forking been to.
I do note the not so good places all do have good reviews from other people and may just not have been their best on my forking visit. Or it’s possible that they do just FORKING Suck? I don’t know. I only judged the not so good places on one visit that may or may not be forking typical of what they normally forking do.
When you eat at a place called Beaver Choice you know your in for something forking different. Beaver Choice is a combination of Swedish, Polish and Canadian. Everything is made in house and not all but most of the meals are rich and filling. Lots of Meats, Potatoes and Dill. No matter what you get it will be nicely seasoned. The kitchen is slow so It may take a while to get your meal but it’s worth the wait.
The last meal I had there was the Laxpudding.
Potatoes are held together with the lightest airy eggs and dill that’s topped with house made Gravlax and seasoned with more fresh dill. Maybe it doesn’t sound appetizing but surprisingly it was delicious! The meal came with three vegetable sides that were all well prepared.
From J&G Steakhouse
These appetizers were more forking memorable than the main meals. I do note the meals were very good but both appetizers were amazing. When the waiter recommends to order “signature items” you should do so.
I had some very good Thai Food this year from a few places but an appetizer I had from Cha Da Thai was something forking something memorable.
I got these fresh stuffed green leaves stuffed with vegetables, pieces of lime and coconut with little chilis on the side. You pop them in your mouth and get a mouth full of fireworks. It’s all delicious. You get sweet, sour, spicy…you just get it all.
The most mouth watering best Brisket came from……
Little Miss BBQ in Phoenix AZ. This was just a WOW moment. It totally changes my perspective about brisket. Little Miss BBQ serves two kinds of Brisket. The what they called Moist and what they call lean. I did taste both and if you can handle all the fat the Moist is better. It’s absolutely perfect with seasoning and smoke. It melts in your mouth and you can still taste the beef. That brisket is perfection. I ate what I could and my husband ate the fattier parts that were just too fatty for me. It worked out well for us.
What was memorable was….
but not in a positive way…… This restaurant has been in business a long time with mostly positive reviews. I forking guess I must have hit them on an off day. (It happens)
I had a forking amazing Kale and Quinoa Salad from Amuse Bouche in Surprise AZ.
The salad may not look or sound amazing but it really tasted forking amazing. I never had a kale salad that tasted that good before. Maybe that perfect tasting pineapple was part of the secret I don’t know. The combination of toasted almonds, goat cheese, kiwi, cranberries and pineapple in that lime vinaigrette was sublime. (the chicken was a $3 add on)
The most interesting pizza I had out this year was from Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana in Scottsdale AZ.
The Stracchino Cheese was unlike any cheese I ever forking had before. It went really well with the greens and blistered tomatoes. I never had a pizza like it before.
I’m still searching for a deli that serves tasty knishes, good quality lox and tasty pastrami.
Well………I’m still looking.
The most memorable lunch came from Centurion Restaurant in Phoenix AZ.
How often do you enjoy delicious 3 course lunches for $15.00?
I know the Chef from this restaurant I went to for Restaurant Week is well trained but her cook was having an off night the night I dined here.
It was three courses that I’ll never forget. It sure was forking memorable.
Now this meal was good but not forking exceptional.
It was memorable because of the company.
I’m Forking wrapping up 2014 and looking forking forward to 2015!