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    Lunch at Delicioso Tomorrow - Recommendations?

    Tomorrow the wife and I have decide to visit Delicioso and see if it is delicioso....

    What would be your recommendations?


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    Beef sandwich, hold the sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Beef sandwich, hold the sauce.
    Without the sauce, it would be a regular sandwich.....its the au jus that makes the 'wich.

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    USDA Tomahawk. Medium rare with a side of fries and a glass of red.

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    The house smoked club sandwich sounds wicked. Also the fried US corned beef caught my eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWilly View Post
    USDA Tomahawk. Medium rare with a side of fries and a glass of red.
    It's a lunch thing with just the wife and I...a tomahawk would be enough meat to last us for a week.

    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    The house smoked club sandwich sounds wicked. Also the fried US corned beef caught my eye.
    The sandwich caught my eye as well...smoked waygu, bacon and chicken does sound like a hard combo to beat.

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    Carrisa salad - Soave or Pino Grigio

    Vongole

    Angus Salpicao Rice - with a Primitivo

    Would do for me...

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    I'm leaning towards the Sobrasada, french onion soup and Osso Bucco....I'm also thinking the onion soup with sandwich...that'd be an awesome lunch.

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    Never had American corned beef before, so I'd give that a go.

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    Looking at those prices for a 100g steak- a corn dog to go

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    Are they quite sure they've got enough bases covered on that menu?

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    I'd probably order the Prime ribeye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Are they quite sure they've got enough bases covered on that menu?
    Where's the desserts?

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    I'd go off menu and have a cannelloni... my favourite Italian dish.

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    I'd be starting my journey with a 'don't get your hopes up', to go.

    Pecorino must be harder to find than rocking horse shit there.

    I'd get a steak. Hopefully they won't have the nerve to serve up buffalo.

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    Not a dig, but knowing the menu before going out to eat somewhere new takes a bit of spark off the dining experience.

    Saying that, as it's lunch, I would skip the lamb as too filling and go for the duck and then ask for the dessert menu with a cheeky digestif.

    Enjoy.
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    ^^ Rocking horse shit is on the desserts menu.

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    ^To throw at anyone who orders something 'cheeky'?

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    Are the prices in Pesos? Am I wrong to assume this is like Wine Connection?

    Looks like a fake classy restaurant aimed at pretentious cunts like Cyrille.

    Am I wrong?

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    Just flailing at a random target and making a dick of yourself.

    Again.

    Enjoy Sizzler.


    Quote Originally Posted by YourDaddy View Post
    Are the prices in Pesos?
    Nah, fkin yen.


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    I’ll have the tomato soup and a smoked club, please.

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    I would skip lunch and go for dinner instead, and I would order the tomahawk done medium rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I would skip lunch and go for dinner instead, and I would order the tomahawk done medium rare.
    Personally I would not order the tomahawk as its only choice grade beef. Most likely frozen on the way to the Philippines as well.

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    Looking forward to the photos of the final selection(s).

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    ...parmesan-crusted fish filet...or maybe the Manila clams...I assume local caught seafood...you might be able to do better pasta at home (PM me for recipes)...I didn't see the wine list...

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