Most of my friends know that I have a food blog so when we go out to eat they usually expect me to take pictures. Questions usually come up when I don't take pictures. I usually have two responses to this question
- Its nothing special (aka just eating a bowl of noodles that you could get anywhere, or some very simple chain store)
- Someone's done it already.
LINKS. TONS AND TONS OF LINKS. Since everyone loves web traffic, I've decided to just link you to their webpage (in hopes to get some links back! 50 viewers is not enough for my delicate ego). With each set of links i'll give you a quick rundown of what I liked/didn't like + the address to the place. So if I eat somewhere worth mentioning and someone's talked about it.. the above process will occur!
How's that sound?
1st up! Today's Dinner.
I've personally been meaning to come to this restaurant for awhile. Chowhound and many other San Diego food bloggers/Yelp are going absolutely nuts about this small hole in the wall Peruvian restaurant. I rarely venture down to Pacific Beach because its a parking nightmare at night but today I made an exception.
Overall? Food is tasty, I'd actually say very tasty but not the best Peruvian food I've had. I really like the oily/messy Peruvian style that I find in LA so this place is a notch below that. I also GREATLY dislike the small portions here. Matt and I finished our meals in no time flat, we even had an appetizer and I was still deathly hungry. If you're a growing boy like us, or you just have an above average appetite this definitely will not fill you up. The amount of rice they gave us was so minimal *sigh*. (Delicious rice though). I don't think I'd come back here for dinner based solely on the fact that I wouldn't be full, but I wouldn't mind coming back for lunch.
The owner/waiter is a nice guy, he gives great detailed descriptions of the food!
Anyways! on to the links!
The always fabulous KirkK's two part review of Latin Chef. Read on and be very satisfied with wordy pictures and pretty words. (=P)
1142 Garnet Ave
San Diego, CA (next door to some lady selling all kinds of new age trinkets