We were forking tired after a day of traveling with connected flights with delays.
This casual Grilled Cheese Restaurant called Grilly Cheese seemed comforting and just right for a casual dinner.
They also offer hot dogs and a few other things but we decided to go with grilled cheese sandwiches.
I ordered a Rueben Steiner. It was described as a sauerkraut and Swiss Cheese grilled sandwich topped with dressing and corned beef. To me it sounded like a knife and fork sandwich but it was just a regular rueben with a not so forking cheesey inside.
I opened the sandwich and ate the corned beef. It was tasty and seemed better than most forking corned beef I can find in Arizona. The bread from my sandwich was grilled nicely but it wasn’t cheesey like a melty grilled cheese sandwich. My sandwich came with a cup of tomato soup. The soup was very thin but was made with a touch of cream and had a lot of fresh basil in it.
Had some less than Good Food from the Courtyard Marriott Rowan-Glassboro in New Jersey.
Plain pizza that was almost raw on the bottom and forking burnt on the top and
forking burnt toast with one breakfast and missing fruit with the muffin sandwich. The next day we ate at Angelo’s Diner in Glassboro NJ.
It was very vintage and actually was a very Bare Bones kind of place with a very limited basic menu.
This is a very small diner and you almost forking rub elbows with other people while you dine here. I ordered a spinach and cheese omelette.
The omelette had a batter taste to it like they might have added a little forking pancake batter to it. Inside was spinach that seemed like prepared from frozen and a better quality American Cheese than what I can buy in Arizona. The home fries had a crunchy exterior and were fluffy inside. The seedless rye bread had a deep rye flavor. Service and the food were forking speedy and quick!
I had the pleasure of Dining with my Sister
and her beautiful Family.
At one of their favorite restaurants, Cotardo’s Ristorante n Clemintine NJ.
I think my sister’s family loves this place because of the forking garlic bread they raved about. It’s crispy but fluffy and kissed with forking pizza kind of seasoning and taste good dipped in the soup.
Our table mostly had luncheon parmesan platters of chicken, veal, and eggplant. They were of generous size and came with nicely prepared pasta and a choice of use house made vegetable orzo soup or fresh green salad. Most of us shared a few desserts since Mrs. Cotardo made them herself. Most of us mentioned that the desserts were very good. I thought the Tartufo was delicious.
Most of the city and surrounding areas were preparing to shut down because of a forking massive snow storm they were expecting. (that didn’t FORKING happen) So we got the fork of there and stayed close to the airport.
So our next few meals were at the Grill at the Reserve located in the Embassy Suites Hotel at the Philadelphia Airport.
With a forking two star average on Yelp I was expecting the worst but honestly it was forking OK and not great but OK food. I wasn’t forking stupid enough to order a forking $40.00 meal here so
for dinner I figured I’d try the steak salad. The steak was seasoned and cooked to medium. The salad seemed fresh made. The eggs, cheese, tomatoes and croutons weren’t the best but the salad was an overall ok to me since it seemed fresh and the meat was tasty.
I was able to have one great meal out and it came from the James Beard winning Chef Solomonov his multi awarding winning restaurant called Zahav.
There is too much to say about the Israeli Restaurant called Zahav that translates to mean gold in Hebrew. The menu is made of up mostly small vegetable plates that are amazing and very detailed. Meats are on the menu and are cooked on live coals and the ones we tried were really forking outstanding. My Branzino I had was prepared as well or better than from the finest forking fish house out there can make it. The Cuisine at Zahav is Middle Eastern with a Modern Farm Fresh Approach. Even my husband who isn’t found of this kind of cuisine thought everything he tried was better than forking very good and was indeed exceptional forking cuisine.
That was the majority of what I forking ate from New Jersey threw Pennsylvania.