Thursday, February 26, 2015

Tambai and Señor Pollo with the Junkies!

There are new little unassuming restos around Bel-Air near the Polaris/Burgos area. No frills, no AC.

One of them is Tambai.

It is owned by the relative of Mona.

They serve different kinds of yakitori and they have a Belgian beer aside from San Miguel beer.

And other Japanese Food.

It is a take out shack with small tables and chairs on Felipe St. across El Chupacabra.

We tried the U.S. Beef Finger ribs.

So tender, and a stick comes with a big chunk of melt in the mouth beef fat!

U.S Pork Yakitori

Soft Shell Crab Tempura with Takoyaki kind of sauce!

Quail eggs wrapped in bacon. (Minus 1 piece!)

After our appetizers at Tambai, we wanted to eat at El Chupacabra but it was SRO!

Next best option was Señor Pollo on Ebro St. Tooooo dark and music was a bit loud for our mid-life ages!

We ordered the Jalapeño and Cheese Quesadilla.

Hot wings

With Patatas Bravas

Spicy rice.

We also ordered the Roast Chicken

With fries and another serving of rice!

The chicken was moist and tender! Too bad we were so full already! We didn't finish our order of Roast Chicken.

While waiting for our food, I ate the Balut I bought in front of Tambai!

I loved it! The duck fetus was so small!

We were with a friend who treated us at Señor Pollo! Thank you!

Junkies! Until our next eating night out!


Did the Junkies sleep over at my house?

Because we started cooking breakfast at 7:30!

In the morning!!!

We had this breakfast planned since Tricia's birthday last month! Shey and Cat already sent their bacon and Danish butter several days ago. Tricia couldn't make it today so she just sent the eggs. She was supposed to make French Toast but had to bring Bea to the doctor.

Cat made the Hollandaise sauce for the eggs Benedict! I poached the egg and Shey sliced the bread!


I cooked the bacon

And then.....

Used the Bacon oil to fry eggs!

After the eggs Benedict, they ate garlic rice fried in bacon oil, bacon and fried eggs!

Mona's dessert was the equalizer!

Fruits! To wash down all the bacon grease.



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