Fooding around San Francisco. – Summer Tier Points
In this… epic.
- When will I learn to jump on a fare?
- Wednesday Afternoon.. off to the airport
- EI273 Birmingham to Dublin Airport
- Into Dublin for some Donuts. And Pokemon
- The Travelodge in Swords, Dublin Airport
- Pre-Clearance fun at Dublin airport, 51st and Green Lounge
- AA291 Dublin to New York JFK – Business Class
- A Manhattan Char Siu Adventure
- Back in the Secure Area, Flagship Lounge and AAdmirals Club
- AA2652 New York JFK to San Francisco International – Transcontinental Business Class
- The Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
- Do the BART into San Francisco, The Intercontinental Mark Hopkins, San Francisco
- Sausalito: Which ferry to take?
- Halfway across the Golden Gate Bridge
- Fooding around San Francisco
- The Crowne Plaza, San Francisco Airport
- Early start at San Francisco airport
- AA164 San Francisco International to New York JFK – Transcontinental Business Class
- The joy of terminal swaps, BA Pre-departure dining
- BA174 New York JFK to London Heathrow – Club World (Business Class)
- An Early Morning Change at Heathrow
- BA828 London Heathrow T5 to Dublin Airport – Club Europe
- Doughnuts and coffee shops – Exploring Dublin
- Once more with feeling at Dublin Airport
- FR666 Dublin Airport to Birmingham Airport
- 600 TP: Done
Fooding around San Francisco.
I’ll be honest out the outset – I’m not foodie. I’m not a lover of crab, but I like simple foods that allow me to enjoy my travels.
Here’s some the places I ended up. One place I can’t publish… mainly because it’s not suitable for this end of the Interweb.
In-and-Out Burger on Fishermans Wharf
Price Around $10ish
It’s kind of a tradition I end up here for an in-and-out burger. Mainly as it is addictive as hell. I wasn’t prepared for the queues, but thankfully service was reasonably quick, and my food came fast enough.
I went for a Double Double with Animal fries. Because… well, Animal Fries! (and its pretty public knowledge, but hit up the not so secret menu for good options)
A pretty reliable burger for me, with lots of taste in it. I can live with these sort of things. As for the animal fries, the cheese went more than bit solid as they cooled. A shame, but I like the topping they have on them. But for a dinner – not bad at all. And still a reliable burger.
Snow Garden – Chinatown
Sometimes, simple is best when it comes to food – especially Chinese food. Overdoing an item to death and making it fancy can really destroy a dish. That’s why I went to the Snow Garden in Chinatown. It’s a small cash-only joint that has fair selection – but I went for the Won Ton and Shrimp Soup.
The won tons had decent tails on them, with a reasonable amount of filling, with some nice big prawns to pad out the soup and some pak choy.
Very filling, and pretty reasonable at $14 or so
Jack in the Box
Don’t look at me like that: I wanted a cheap snack. And that’s what I got with some Hangry Chicken in a box. This was Chicken on a potato hash, and covered in sauce. Absolutely no nutritional value of any sense.
And a $3, I wasn’t complaining. It has taste and filled a hole when I needed it.
What.. I go to a city in the world and don’t drink at a Starbucks? Please….
An Iced americano always helps in life.
And to those who question why I drink coffee?
Need we say much more?
There are of course, many other adventures I had… some fit for this blog, some not fit for this blog. Another time, and another place.
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