I’m thinking this place is known mostly for its comfort food- the best┬áof the menu includes their mac and cheese, gooey cheese sandwiches and┬átheir fondue (which is amazing). I’ve been here a couple times before┬áand maybe it’s what I order, but I never thought of it as being a┬ámust-eat kind of place (the fondue is great, but that alone wont pull┬áme off my lazy butt and drive there).
Putting all past notions aside, I wanted to try something new. That’s┬áwhen I met Kathy (a friend and the woman who was pimping the┬áGastrofork table at BFtQ) to drop off some biko to her.
We both wanted to try something that came recommended to us: Dos┬áDiablos. It’s kind of the same deal as the gooey cheese sandwiches but┬áwith a kick of spice, jalapenos, red peppers and chorizo sausage.
I ordered it with a side caesar salad, while I appreciate the use of┬áwhole wheat croutons, I found the dressing to be quite bland. It┬áalmost just taste like mayonnaise to me so I had to add pepper and I┬áwish they had given me a slice of lemon to spruce it up a bit.
Anyway, we came for the sandwich and not the salad! I did like the┬átaste of the sandwich and it was definitely an indulgence with its┬ábutter and cheese fried bread. I couldn’t finish it and I’m glad I┬ádidnt because I felt so sleepy after all the grease!
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