[QUOTE=Andrea;1080047]It’s not a trip unless I get the lamb & chicken Schwarma Platter at Tangierine Cafe.[/QUOTE]
:glare: You said that word again.
Can’t add much to what others have said. Love the cheese & fruit plate in France, served with a baguette. Add a glass of wine - magnifique!
Fish & chips in UK - take your lunch into the little Georgian square behind the shops and find a quiet bench.
Sunshine Seasons has lots of selections - lots of them healthy. The grilled salmon used to be my favourite. Wasn’t great last time, but maybe it was just an “off” day.
I could happily eat The Original at Earl of Sandwich everyday (extra horseradish sauce, please).
Wolfgang Puck Express shouldn’t be called “fast food”. Absolutely terrific salads!
Columbia Harbour House makes the best tuna salad sandwich EVER!
Is there anything better than a Dole Whip?
For dessert - a cloudberry cream horn from Kringla Bakery in Norway. I’ve never tried their sandwiches, but they do look intriguing. Maybe next trip.
In China the orange chicken from Lotus Cafe isn’t half bad - in fact it’s pretty darn good - and the portion is huge!
Yak & Yeti Counterservice is quite tasty - try to find a shady bench - the seating area is brutally HOT!
Opinions vary on Yakitori House (one long time member called it Yukitori), but the Japanese Gardens are an absolutely gorgeous, serene place to eat.
What’s the story on the pizza window at Via Napoli? Anyone?
I wish I could think of one good thing to say about HS - sadly, I can’t.