December 3, 2013

Monty's Chocolate | Brisbane CBD

selection of hand made chocolate, liquid salted caramel ball, chocolate covered coffee bean, handful of french candies and single origin dark chocolates, as well as a sample of hot chocolate

This place. Sneakily tucked away off Adelaide Street - if you don't know where it is, i bet that you've probably actually walked past this place already without even realising it. This place honestly is a gem. The chocolate here is on another level. Not your regular Cadbury, Lindt or Nestle chocolate you know? None of that commercialised stuff (Don't get me wrong - i'll still eat and enjoy it on days when i need a sugar hit). But honestly, you're really in for a bit of a treat here!

This place doesn't scream out 'fine chocolates' or 'fancy' - rather you will find a really quaint place instead. Offerings of several different chocolates line the wall - and a menu is found towards the back of the shop. The menu has a few different offerings, but if you're a first time visitor, it's probably a good idea to try the sampling plate. Especially if you're wanting to delve into finer chocolate. The gentleman who works there is very knowledgeable about chocolate - if you start up a conversation about chocolate, be prepared to be educated! So on the tasting plate (for one) there is an array of chocolates which ranges in sweetness. My favourite out of the plate has to be the raspberry white chocolate and the salted caramel ball and the chocolate covered coffee bean (first picture, middle tray). The liquid salted caramel ball is ridiculous - literally bursts in your mouth and is just full of chocolate-y caramel goodness. Have yet to taste any other chocolate sweet that is comparable to this! It is a must try if you do visit!

Also worth a mention is the hot chocolate, all i can say is that it is amazing, so smooth and rich at the same time - this is definitely one for the chocolate lovers out there. The chocolate at Monty's has a more refined taste - that is, you will be able to tell the difference between commercialised chocolate and what's in store here. If you're in the city, like i said, it really is a hidden gem and worth the visit! (especially for those liquid salted caramel balls and chocolate covered coffee beans!)
**also they do have a store over at Paddington as well!

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October 11, 2013

The Smoke BBQ | New Farm

As the name of this restaurant suggests - everything here is pretty much off the BBQ grill. Very American, and very delicious. Urbanspoon has a mixture of positive and negative reviews. My experience here was definitely towards the positive side.

The Platter is definitely a good choice if you're stuck between choosing and want to try a little bit of most of the meats, and also a good size if you're planning to share with someone. The platter consists of the Texas Beef Short Rib, Memphis Pork Belly & North Carolina Pulled Pork served with fries & coleslaw. This is the second time i've had the platter with someone, it's a bit of a win or lose with the ribs i find. The first time i had it, the ribs were generous in terms of actual meat on there versus fat and sauce. I mean yes, ribs obviously won't be all mean, but sometimes the ratio can be a bit ridiculous you know? Anyway this time around i found that the ribs were still delicious with the hickory sauce, but lacking a bit in the actual beef department. In terms of the sauce, that's what makes it quite the signature, the smokey flavour that it has. The pork Belly is served grilled and generously dusted with the 'Memphis' seasoning. They got the texture of the pork pretty perfect - very tender and very 'melt in your mouth' kind of texture with the fat from the pork. My favourite from this platter is probably the pulled pork - it's cooked in this vinegar based sauce; really tangy and salty at the same time. The chips were a perfect accompaniment with the pulled pork... the tender and tangy flavours with the salty crunch of chips! There's nothing 'light' when it comes to this platter.

If you're a fan of meat in general, because they don't offer too much variation, then it should be on your places to try list! It has a very casual vibe to it and is perfect for the occasions if you're feeling like a carnivore.

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Ippudo | Sydney CBD

Ippudo Pork Bun

Ippudo; rated as one of the 'tops' on urbanspoon; hard to argue against as the ramen was delicious. The soup base adequately salty, ramen was generous enough and toppings also generous. So while i've commented that the ramen from Ippudo is delicious - and you should order it when you go there. I would like to point out that, personally in my experience there, rather than remembering the taste of the ramen, the Ippudo pork bun probably stole the show. So now onto my rant as to why i enjoyed this more than the ramen! It's basically this delicious little bun topped with mayonaise, lettuce and braised pork. The photo is pretty deceiving as to how delicious it actually tasted; the proportion of mayo, lettuce and pork is just perfect with the soft steamed bun - the braised pork is tender and saucy, combined with japanese mayo - well... it's just great. I could probably eat ten of these. They are just the perfect size to eat as an entree with just the right amount of each ingredient. The buns are super soft - very much like the buns from The Bun Mobile in Brisbane! Words and photos don't do it justice, but this is a definite recommendation if you happen to go there! Now.. if only they would bring this chain up to Brisbane....

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October 10, 2013

Opera Bar | [Sydney] CBD

This was a very impromptu breakfast/lunch stop - it was our last day in Sydney and coming to Sydney as a 'tourist' so to speak from Brisbane, it's sort of an obligation to see the Opera House etc. I mean it's like going to a Steak House and not ordering Steak. We only really stumbled upon here because we were much too lazy to go too far for food!

Despite the wait for these baked eggs which both the fatty and i ordered - the wait was very well worth it; i can definitely rate it as one of the 'top baked eggs dish' i've had. The portions were generous - served in a hot pan with a generous amount of delicious home made tomato baked beans and served with 4 slices of crusty toast and butter. Compared to other baked egged dishes which can be more 'soft' in texture with the yolk still runny - these eggs are literally baked into the dish itself - it's definitely a hearty serving.  I guess it's the whole presentation of this, but there's definitely a very home/rustic sort of feel to it, even taste wise so to speak - i mean this in a positive aspect, but there's nothing 'fancy' or 'obscure' about this baked eggs dish, it's just really straight forward. You order baked eggs, you get baked eggs. Unfortunately i can't comment on what the other food here is like, but this breakfast dish left me with a positive opinion about this place (even with the long wait).

**urbanspoon actually doesn't list it with it serving breakfast - so unless it's a new thing they're trying or it was a brunch menu... i can't really clarify, but i am fairly confident this is where we got these baked eggs!

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September 30, 2013

Reuben Hills | [Sydney] Surry Hills

Dirty Bird - spiced grilled chicken, tomato salsa, pickles, cheese, chipotle aioli on brioche
Soft Baked Eggs with Jamon
Pulled Pork Tacos w queso fresco & pickled okra
***Super-Duper late post; came here back in August

Thanks social media i was able to add this on my 'to do list' in Sydney - Instagram is great, i love looking at food photos; it lets me add to my ever growing list of breakfast places to go to. Upon a few recommendations and just looking at food photos - this place was immediately deemed 'Day 2 in Sydney Breakfast'.

This neat place is located in Surry Hills, tucked into this narrow building which stretches out to accommodate for the crowds. This place gets fairly busy quick, it was around 10:30 and there was already a que for tables.

We ordered 3 dishes to share between the both of us. The Dirty Bird, The soft baked eggs and the pulled pork tacos. The fact that they serve tacos on a breakfast/brunch menu already had me sold. I had the soft baked eggs which was a simple but delicious dish - true to its name, as opposed to a lot of baked egg dishes, this one remained soft and runny - perfect to layer onto the bread with the ham and wilted spinach. While it's presented relatively basic, there's just something 'comforting' and deliciously tasty about having warm, soft baked eggs in cool weather! (yeh this was back in August when the weather was still cooler)

Similarly, the Dirty Bird using simple ingredients made up a very delicious burger that was served on brioche buns as opposed to regular burger buns - it had a very delicious smoky flavour and served very well with the pickles, cheese and salsa. Definitely one of the heartier choice of breakfast options on the menu! The photo for the tacos don't look 100% appealing, but they most definitely tasted better than they looked! A generous amount of pulled pork is served with okra and cheese - very very basic in terms of what is in the tacos; but also very very delicious - the taco isn't overwhelmed with flavours - instead it really highlights on the 'bulk' of the taco which is the pulled pork; in a way it's probably a goof thing the taco isn't jammed packed with different flavours - i mean having a taco that early with so much stuff will only leave you burping up taco for the rest of the day you know?

Reuben Hills really reminds me of a mixture of Cafes in Brisbane - Almost a combination of the style and type of food from Sourced Grocer, Shucked, Cirque, Gramercy & The Cross Town Eating House. What i like about Reuben Hills is that like the places i've mentioned (in Brisbane), the vibe that Reuben Hills give is just really casual and relaxed; from the design of the cafe to the interior - which is industrial like with various lighting, as well as having an open kitchen where you can see the food being prepped - nothing conventional about it. Likewise the menu is the same, it's not everyday you can order tacos or burgers for a breakfast meal. Majority of the ingredients used in each dish are simple, in that it brings out the full flavours of the main elements of the dish. Not to omit, but the coffee here was also pretty great.

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September 1, 2013

Bills | [Sydney] Surry Hills

Scrambled eggs with avocado, wedge of lemon and toast
I didn't too much research for breakfast places in Sydney when i came here a few weeks back; but upon recommendation from a work colleague, i managed to find my way here to Bill's. She recommended the scrambled eggs and scrambled eggs is what i ordered along with a coffee.

To be completely honest - i knew/know nothing about this place and it's popularity; i only came here from word of mouth you know. But when the eggs arrived i knew that it already looked different - i mean it actually looks so creamy and likewise it tasted creamy. These scrambled eggs were pretty great. Super soft, creamy and buttery - man, these adjectives are very much almost the same eh? Honestly! I've never had eggs so buttery and soft before, it's ridiculous! This meal is super simple, but super delicious, the only thing i requested in addition was the avocado. Which turned out to be an excellent choice... eggs and avocado on toast is pretty perfect.

I came by myself, and while i knew i was short on time for this visit, i wish i also ordered the ricotta cakes - the lady next to me ordered them and they looked amazing as well. The only 'whinge' i have is, that as i've made it a rule of thumb not to talk about cost on this blog, i have to admit, out of all the breakfast places in Brisbane i've been too, nothing can compare to how much this was. I mean this dish was great in all honesty, but the price was definitely a bit steep in my opinion. Okay whinge over.

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Beccofino | Teneriffe

Affettati Misti - thinly sliced cure meats with marinated olives
Patate - thinly sliced fried potatoes : excellent side snacking dish!
Pollo Arosto - Roasted chicken supreme, stuffed with prosciutto and provolone, served with a cauliflower gratin
Buddino - steamed toffee pudding with warm custard
Pannacotta - Vanilla bean pannacotta with caramel sauce and toasted pecan praline
My friend and i actually stumbled upon this place one afternoon - in search of a location where we could just eat and relax without the pressure of being ushered out. The first time we came here was late afternoon/early evening. It was only this first time around we both ordered a share plate of cured meats and fried potatoes. The cured meat platter was generous in portion for a shared plate, we both didn't expect the amount of meat, breadsticks and olives it came with. However between the both of us we did clean it up nicely. I can't recall what the types of meats were - they were enjoyable however i wouldn't say there is a 'wow' factor there; just a good dish to nibble on before meals or with a glass of wine. The 'Patate' aka Fried Potatoes on the other hand were great. Again while only a nibbly sort of dish these were just so addictive, super crispy on the outside and a nice moist wedge of potato on the inside; very much like wedges, except less potato - the ratio of crispy skin to potato is just perfect! 

The chicken main was pretty amazing. I know, it's sort of ironic that i go to an Italian restaurant and not order pizza or pasta right? But the description of this dish just couldn't escape my notice. The chicken was deliciously tender and generously stuffed with prosciutto and cheese; that combination there was just awesome. A little bit towards the salty side, understandably, but that's why it's also served on a bed of cauliflower gratin - the blander and creamy flavours (in comparison to the chicken) helped to balance it out. I enjoyed the entirety of this dish - the flavours were really strong; it's only towards the end when you're sitting there that it is then that it starts to weigh on you! This dish is flavoursome, however a little towards the heavy side, with the salty flavours of the cheese and prosciutto stuffed chicken and the creamyness of the cauliflower. The addition of a salad wouldn't be a bad idea with this dish considering how heavy it was with the flavours.

Between my friend and i, one of us had to at least order a pasta dish right? So she ended up with the Tagliatelle al Ragu di Manzo – Flat, long pasta with a beef cheek and red wine ragu; unfortunately no photos because she tucked into it straight away! Like my dish she said she thoroughly enjoyed it and the sauce itself was very flavoursome, however likewise it was also towards the 'heavier' side.

While enjoying the mains; and still with a bit of room left - we couldn't bypass the dessert. I didn't try any of the Buddino which is the steamed pudding, but just from the picture you can see that it's quite creamy and like my friend said, likewise with the main, it was a bit too rich and didn't end up finishing it. I had the pannacotta, and my opinions are the same, i couldn't stomach too much of it because i was already full, but the vanilla pannacotta was delicious and was great with the caramel - if anything it's the caramel sauce that makes this dessert amazing. I think between my friend and i, in hindsight, we should of shared considering how full we were.

Beccofino - i can only feel positive about this place; all the dishes were rich in flavour; like i said, a little towards the heavy side in my opinion, but if you're going to visit, be sure to come here with an empty stomach, especially if you're after dinner and dessert! Not to mention the service here is also great, really friendly and welcoming - overall just really nice casual place for dinner and chill time.

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Cirque | New Farm

special omelette of the day - it's huge! 
grilled chunky cheese omelette with potato and mushroom
corn fritters = amazing.

Hi Everyone! Long time no blog. I've been a bit distracted so to say in the past month so i haven't been up to date with my blog posts... You could say with the change in status with work, going to Sydney for the weekend, the Fatty coming down for the week in Brisbane and just catching up with friends.. I've just been enjoying and absorbed with life! So a lot of these posts that will pop up today and in the next few days are places i've been to in the past month/revisited - so if you follow me on instagram a lot of these photos will be pretty familiar.

I've mentioned Cirque before a little while ago - like my first post, i still stand by the same opinions i had the first time - great food, great value. The chunky grilled omelette with potato, mushroom and cheese was divine. This was one of the omelettes form the 'special' board, so unfortunately not a regular menu item. However if you do get the chance to try the grilled omelettes, i would definitely recommend. On ordering the grilled omelette the waitress kindly did let me know that would be a longer wait - which i didn't mind - but definitely nice to be informed, because one of the worse feelings is thinking they've forgotten your order if you're left waiting for too long (which has happened to me a few times in the past)! So props to that. The omelette itself is very generous in size, almost the same size as the plate; not to mention it's not thin and flimsy either. I thought the use of potato in an omelette is a great idea - a good ingredient to 'bulk' up the dish as to say, also great in combination with cheese and mushrooms (two of my favourite food items!) - i did end up finishing the entire omelette but towards the end it somehow would of been better to just let the omelette defeat me...

The Corn fritters is one of the regular items on the menu - after contemplating and looking at a few photos from urbanspoon, i bit the bullet and ordered this. Am most definitely glad i did because it is delicious! The photo just doesn't do it justice. Corn Fritters = amazing. Super chunky, a bit crispy on the outside but the inside was soft and doughy in texture with generous amounts of corn. The relish on the side definitely gave these fritters an extra hit with flavours... only regret is not having avocado with this! After seeing more photos i just think how i didn't think to ask for it as a side! 

Cirque is usually always quite busy, even in the early hours when it opens - all the times i've been is usually just a bit past when the door opens and service has always been pleasant, despite some of the reviews on urbanspoon, my experience has always been positive!

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July 25, 2013

Flour and Chocolate | Morningside

Salted Caramel Cronut

Cronut and Donut

Cronuts & Donuts, I have slowly been seeing pictures of these delightful baked goods all over instagram and facebook, more specifically, all referencing back to a bakery called Flour & Chocolate located at Morningside where it is sneakily tucked away. Curiosity got the best of me. For one person, i thought i would at least sample a 'few' different flavours since they are somewhat exclusive, only being offered twice a week on Wednesday and Thursdays, I thought i would try a few all in one go. So in having said that, don't judge me!

Cronut you say? It's a Croissant and Donut hybrid - looks like a donut, but layered and flaky like a croissant inside, while not omitting that doughy texture of a donut (thank you internet for an adequate definition). I chose the Salted Caramel Cronut, Salted Caramel Donut and a Vanilla Custard Donut. Out of the three choices, the salted caramel flavoured Donut and Cronut was definitely my favourite.

Salted Caramel Cronut - all the pastry and layer of caramel in between

Cronut. Delicious. Crunchy on the outside and deliciously soft and flaky on the inside. It's definitely a treat.  Once you bite into it, flakes literally go flying. Expect flakes to stick in your scarf (like mine did) and sugary powder, caramel sauce and sticky sugar all over your fingers! The texture as the name suggest really does resemble that of a croissant - as it's a flavoured cronut, layered in between, is a deliciously sweet layer of caramel. The caramel was not overwhelming, but enough to satisfy any sweet tooth! It's definitely different to any pastry i've ever tasted before, and definitely something worth a try! The only thing that i found that would prevent me from eating 6 of these in a row is the amount of oil it exudes - which is quite explainable, i mean it is half a croissant so you would have to expect it you know?

Salted Caramel Donut - look at all that caramel!
The donuts, also, were delicious. Just like the Cronut, the amount of sugar powdered over the donut is very generous, if you touch it, a layer very much just sticks to your finger. So what makes them different to other donuts you've had? Just look at the insane amount of filling. Seriously, i wasn't expecting it when i pulled it apart to inspect. The dough itself is firm to hold its shape but soft and chewy on the inside and the filling like i said, it's diabetes in a donut! The caramel was just deliciously sweet, there was just enough of the donut to ration out the amount of caramel that was inside. Just looking at it makes me feel like my waist band has already doubled in size. haha. I have to say i didn't quite enjoy the vanilla custard as much as the salted caramel, it wasn't as sweet in comparison, it was just ok. I found that because it's custard and dairy base and like the the caramel, there was a substantial amount of it, rather than enjoying it; it was actually overwhelming! The sweetness just could not compare to the Salted Caramel. With the caramel it was easy after one bite to want to continue eating more of it while the vanilla custard just overwhelmed me in the one or two bites.

I can definitely say these aren't something i could eat every day - which is probably a good thing that they are only offered 2 days a week. While the Cronuts & Donuts is what drew me here in the first place, i'm actually looking forward to making a trip back here to sample their other baked goods! (But having the Cronuts/Donuts is definitely a great midweek treat!)

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July 20, 2013

The Crosstown Eating House | Woolloongabba

Fish Taco

Spicy Chorizo Bake

Who says you can't have tacos for breakfast? The fact that i saw tacos on the breakfast menu was already a good idea to come here, i was pretty much blind to whatever else was to offer. Following my intense craving for tacos - little did i know, it followed through to breakfast. I don't usually look up menus before going somewhere - i generally just like to go and be pleasantly surprised.

I enjoyed the fish taco immensely. The fish was panfried and cooked well - crispy on the outside and deliciously soft on the inside, the fillings that accompanied the fish were an excellent combination - avocado, tomato salsa, sour cream, and black beans; served with a wedge of lime. The addition of the lime really 'lifted' the flavours of this taco. This dish was refreshing in flavours and taste as opposed to other breakfast choices. While it was substantial that i was full after eating this, at the same time it was light - it wasn't a greasy meal despite it being a taco! If anything, i felt this was a more 'healthy' breakfast choice!

The Fatty chose the spicy chorizo bake with potato kipfler potatoes and tomatos served with a fried egg on top and a side of toast. Again, another excellent combination of ingredients for this dish! Loved the taste of chorizo with potatoes  and together with the tomato to break up the saltiness of this dish. It's literally a serving of savoury goodness. The size of the meal is deceptively small - served in a small bowl, but filled to the top with chorizo and potatoes.  The additional egg, an extra element to the dish, served its purpose to 'bulk' up the meal. Definitely a more heartier meal compared to the taco.

What i also liked about this place is the simple decor - nothing to absurdly decked out; just artfully simple with vintage posters and frames littered across the walls; complimenting the fact that this cafe is situated in an old building in the busy strip in Woolloongabba. The menu itself was simple and appealing - nothing too complicated about it - nothing that would deter a not so adventurous eater.

So. I really enjoyed the food here. It was definitely a positive experience on my behalf as well as the fatty's. I know that i will be back to sample the other breakfast items! Particularly the quesidilla, french toast and the potato and fetta hash cakes!

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July 18, 2013

Gramercy Espresso and Eats | Breakfast Edition II

I am quite fond of Gramercy, as i've blogged about it previously here - it's my usual Wednesday morning haunt. Whether i get into the city early to have a sit down meal, or, even just coffee & something sweet to take away. It's very much routine now.

For the past month or two i've noticed that the menu had changed slightly since my first blog post! I've nearly tried majority of what's to offer for breakfast - unfortunately haven't sampled any lunch type items yet (sad days). So, here's a bit of an update of what's to offer at Gramercy!

The Food -

There's something so satisfying about eating fruit toast with honey and pumpkin seeds, so simple, yet so delicious. Especially with coffee. Perfect for on the go food. Unfortunately, fruit toast is one of those foods which leaves you wanting more after you've had just one slice! It's been great having this, especially in the cooler weather!

The poached pear brioche, is amazing. This is probably one of my favourites from Gramercy. The brioche is served with generous amounts of blueberries, pistachio and a poached pear in the middle. The brioche and blueberry combination just melts in your mouth, whilst at the same time, the subtle sweetness of the poached pear balances out the sweetness from the blueberries. The addition of the pistachio is nice for the extra crunch and texture. The brioche itself was also crisp and had a really nice soft, fluffy, crumbly texture to it. Great breakfast item for those who fancy something on the sweeter side!

Something heartier from Gramercy is the Baked Green Eggs - Green eggs are green. Loved the presentation of this dish, and thoroughly enjoyed how it tasted - i believe from my memory that it is creamed spinach cooked through with the eggs - it was so flavoursome and creamy; Compared to other baked egg dishes that you may encounter, and that you're probably more familiar with (ie: tomato based with chorizos etc) - the creamed spinach is a delicious alternative and bodes very well with the buttered toast! A must try while it's still on the current menu! 

Another reason why i've always had a positive experience is that the staff are always super lovely and friendly! Especially, since i come here before work, it's always a nice perk to start the day for me; that as well as coffee and delicious treats :)

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July 7, 2013

Tuckeria Fresh Mexican | Fortitude Valley

Spicy Cheese Fries - all that cheese!
Chicken Nachos
Spicy Chicken Enchilada 

Anyone within my vicinity for the past week has probably heard about my cravings for nachos, tacos and pretty much anything cheesy. For some crazy and stupid reason, i've been craving them ever since i had them in Melbourne. I guess it also doesn't help that the weather has been ridiculously dreary - all i want to do is eat junk and sleep. haha.

Tuckeria is a little joint in the Valley, past the brunswick street mall and opposite the judith wright centre if that gives you any idea. The menu here is straight forward - it offers a few variations to tacos, nachoes, enchiladas, quesidilla and fries. Of the options we chose the spicy cheese fries, spicy chicken nachos and spicy chicken enchiladas. The nachos, enchiladas and quesilla on the menu has a 'standard' ingredients that are in them and the optional choices are the meats (chicken, beef, vegetarian) to go with it and the spicy-ness of the dish.

We sampled the nachos first - to be honest just by looking at them, they already looked like a 'healthier' version of nachos for some reason; the amount of filling was very generous - lots of beans, salsa, chipotle sauce and chicken. All served on a bed of crunchy tortilla chips! What i really enjoyed was the use of actual tortilla chips rather than corn chips in the meal, and also the generous amount of chicken and beans which were in this - in having said that, what i found lacking was the amount of cheese and sauce! I guess it's personal preference, but i do enjoy my nachos to be more cheesy! I found that the lack of sauce and cheese made the nachos a bit lacking in flavour overall. Hence why i said this appears to be a 'healthier' nachos version.

The Spicy Enchiladas was definitely a step up in taste from the nachos - it was perfectly cheesy and full of chicken! Again, we chose the spicy filling, but we personally didn't find them spicy at all! The only problem with eating this is that it becomes super messy due to the soft corn tortillas - messy but still delicious. Quite enjoyed this one because of the amount of chicken and cheese in this!

The spicy cheese fries is like a fatty's dream come true. Potato and cheesy goodness. Cheese just makes everything taste just a bit better. Chips on its own is already pretty delicious - add in the cheese and spicy salt and it pretty much goes from an A to an A+. If you're craving something absurdly unhealthy (because they probably are) go for the cheese fries. The only thing again, is that it wasn't distinctly spicy at all. This could be due the the fact that i eat a fair of spicy food that i've become desensitised, but still! What's with it!

Tuckeria while i can't vouch for 'authenticity' of mexican food - i can definitely say it's a bit of a step up from Guzman (i still like guzman! one of the only fast food joints i would willingly eat!). With this, i can say my cravings for nachos and cheesy goodness is only somewhat satisfied. It just didn't compare to what i had in Melbourne!

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