fkk-livingroom.de
Adult Vacations
 from 10am-12pm or 50 escorts available +34631768260

Thread: Food in Tijuana

+ Add Report
Page 1 of 16 1 2 3 4 5 11 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 15 of 233
This blog is moderated by Dickhead
  1. #233

    La Perla Restaurant & Bar

    Rarely go there the past year and often just to have a beer or 2 at the bar to get away from the loud music and chicas.

    Was there today with an amigo (beer only) we were about to walk out as there was nobody at the bar save the bartender.

    Then spotted a new cajera (cashier) said it was her 1st day on the job. Very pretty eyes, beautiful smile and welcoming friendly personality.

    Told her I hoped she sticks around as so many cashiers can't stand the boredom in the daytime, plus they don't get tips usually which is a minus.

    Also next to the cash register was a stack of new menus (at least to me) take home or to hotel for anyone staying over. 7 pages but each is tall and narrow. All in Spanish, color, nice paper. Will have to eat there again one day. Pleasant 30 min. Chatted with the cashier likely too much but she was bored and humored the gringo.

  2. #232
    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    Where is best steak place in Tijuana. ? I tried El Sombrero awhile, back but the steak was tough. I am also looking for a place that serves lobster thermidor in Tijuana. There is a few places that serve it Puerto Nuevo. But it's a bit hassle go down there.
    Fonda Argentina close to El Gran Hotel on Blvd. Aguas Caliente.

  3. #231
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    A few comic Con figures were hanging out at the taco stand on front of bar Malquerida. Just imagine yourself hanging out in the alley in those colorful, funny flowing robes, going to the hotel to fuck the brown honeys. Hehe.
    That is a hotdog stand and the people dressed up work at the bar. Hehe.

  4. #230

    Best steak and lobster thermidor in Tijuana. ?

    Where is best steak place in Tijuana. ? I tried El Sombrero awhile, back but the steak was tough. I am also looking for a place that serves lobster thermidor in Tijuana. There is a few places that serve it Puerto Nuevo. But it's a bit hassle go down there.

  5. #229

    Titos' Mariscos O'Campo and Calle 4

    I was waiting for this flaky Craigslist date Saturday afternoon. So went to Titos' for dinner. The place was crowded with 40 to 50 people dining this Saturday afternoon, but was close the Friday last week. Business in Mexico is as flaky as the amateur escorts.

    The large shrimp coctele in the pic costed 190 pesos, about $11.6 oysters costed 60 pesos. The fish and shrimp tacos are huge here, for 25 pesos. The food was fresh and delicious.

    A few comic Con figures were hanging out at the taco stand on front of bar Malquerida. Just imagine yourself hanging out in the alley in those colorful, funny flowing robes, going to the hotel to fuck the brown honeys. Hehe.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails TITOS COCKTELE 2.jpg‎   COMIC CON 1.jpg‎   COMIC CON 2.jpg‎  

  6. #228

    Seafood mariscos

    Went to la Perla last week with a friend. The shrimp cocktail coctele de camarron was weak, only a few small shrimps in a weak broth. The shrimp ceviche is also small. Including 4 beers, the dinner costed us close to 1,000 pesos, which was high.

    This week checked out the smaller "Mariscos de Los Damos" rest on Consitucion next to hotel El Degado. His medium shrimp cocktail costed 85 pesos and was delicious with big tasty shrimp and broth eaten with crispy tostada. Surprisingly they also serve premium beers like Bohemia for 25 pesos. Dinner was delicious and costed only 210 pesos, including beer. I was full. Dinner is a lot better to have a beer with the seafood. Sure beat sitting out at the school girl corner. This place also has raw clams, oysters, cockles and a huge, tasty shrimp soup.

    I also checked out Mariscos Titos on O'Campo and Calle 4, a huge sea food place very popular with grilled fish, but it was closed at dinner time. WTF? Eating fresh, delicious seafood, and screwing even fresher, sexier young girls, in Tijuana make life so good. God has definitely given us a sexy and tasty paradise on earth.

  7. #227

    Zula. Mediterranean Restaurant on Revolucion. Falafel etc

    For guys who want to try middle eastern food that is within walking distance, you might visit Zula's Restaurant. Tried the mini Falafel with Pita bread for 75 pesos on Wednesday and it was a huge sandwich.

    Typical review from Yelp: "Great place for middle eastern food. Also, the restaurant is exposed (no walls on 2 sides) so fun to people watch walking around Revu / Centro.

    Got the falafel plate. Perfectly fried with lots of flavor. The plate looks small but it's alot of food. Had leftovers to go. And their sauce bar had so many options.

    They didn't take credit card since they just opened. The owner said they should have it set up in a few months.

    Highly recommend. Would come back. " https://www.yelp.com/biz/zula-tijuana.

  8. #226
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    What day, what time were you on that Freedom Path? Were there lots of people or tourists on that pedestrian path? Were there other diners in this La Perla de la Mer?
    I was there Saturday around 5:30 - 6:30. There was light foot traffic in the area. There were a few other cafe-type restaurants in the immediate vicinity.

  9. #225
    [Commercial Message deleted by Admin]

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This report was redacted or deleted because it appeared to be a commercial message and/or it contained links to a commercial website. Please post reports consisting primarily of a commercial nature and/or reports with links to commercial websites in the Classified Advertisement section of the Forum. Please read the Forum's Posting Guidelines and the Forum's FAQ for further information.

  10. #224

    Foot traffic on Freedom Path

    Before 2008, the pedestrian Freedom Path, between the border to Ave. Revolucion, used to be crowded with tourists on weekends. I used to walk over and sit outside tacos joints for 3 tacos for $1 and $1 beers, watching people shopping, hanging out. The path has been deserted the last 10 years. Lots of stores and restaurants closed.

    What day, what time were you on that Freedom Path? Were there lots of people or tourists on that pedestrian path? Were there other diners in this La Perla de la Mer?

    I prefer oysters on the shell at the school girl corner, and sea food at La Perla, so I won't waste any time away from the SYTs in La Zona.

    Quote Originally Posted by LongDonSilva  [View Original Post]
    La Perla de la Mer is in the pedestrian traffic only area between the arch and the Wax Museum / Farmacia Piri. I was greeted by Panchito as I was walking by, who showed me the menu and had the respect to let me take my sweet time in the perusal thereof before making my decision. I opted for a dozen raw oysters, you know, to get the juices flowing as they say. He suggested that I go half-and-half with some mussels to which I oblige. When the oysters come out, I understand. The only other time I've had them were in New Orleans and they were full and fleshy, taking up almost the entire shell. These oysters were very scant like a drug-addled American street walker in Tijuana. The mussels, however, were solid. Panchito showed me that they're still alive, tapping a shell with a fork and watching it close up. Pretty cool. I ordered a Corona and he offered a shot of tequila, the brand I don't remember. But it was really, really smooth. Bill came out to 200 pesos.

    This is a solid business that appears to be focused on providing a quality experience to create a regular clientele. Not many establishments have that long view and I commend them for that. I'll be looking forward to coming back, when I can ask Panchito if the oysters are any good this time before selecting them over the mussels.

  11. #223

    La Perla de la Mer, next to the arch

    La Perla de la Mer is in the pedestrian traffic only area between the arch and the Wax Museum / Farmacia Piri. I was greeted by Panchito as I was walking by, who showed me the menu and had the respect to let me take my sweet time in the perusal thereof before making my decision. I opted for a dozen raw oysters, you know, to get the juices flowing as they say. He suggested that I go half-and-half with some mussels to which I oblige. When the oysters come out, I understand. The only other time I've had them were in New Orleans and they were full and fleshy, taking up almost the entire shell. These oysters were very scant like a drug-addled American street walker in Tijuana. The mussels, however, were solid. Panchito showed me that they're still alive, tapping a shell with a fork and watching it close up. Pretty cool. I ordered a Corona and he offered a shot of tequila, the brand I don't remember. But it was really, really smooth. Bill came out to 200 pesos.

    This is a solid business that appears to be focused on providing a quality experience to create a regular clientele. Not many establishments have that long view and I commend them for that. I'll be looking forward to coming back, when I can ask Panchito if the oysters are any good this time before selecting them over the mussels.

  12. #222

    La Casa de la Esquina. Av Melchor Ocampo 2092

    I came here for breakfast on Friday since it got good reviews on Yelp. I ordered the Omelettes del Patron, consisting of shrimp, mushrooms, and a bed of some sort of cheese slightly similar to queso fresco but with a bit more of a soft mozzarella texture. It was one of the pricier options on the menu at 135 pesos plus an additional 25 pesos for a pretty good coffee, bringing the total to 160 pesos. A small quesadilla preceded the entre, which was served with frijoles, a basic form of chilaquiles, and three tortillas.

    La Casa de la Esquina is located in Zona Este and provides a pleasant ambience. Service was good, as was indicated on Yelp. This came up in my search for breakfast restaurants, but it also appears to offer cuisine to accommodate meals throughout the day. This would probably be a good place to take a girl on a date.

  13. #221

    La Perla's breakfast menu

    The menu printed on paper is la Perla's breakfast menu, which has basic eggs and ham breakfasts for 40 pesos. The breakfast menu also has various omelettes, pan cake, hamburgers, tacos and other sea food dishes etc. It's a big menu for breakfast.

    The main menu is the big one in the clear plastic jacket. It was my error thinking the menu was reduced to the smaller paper breakfast menu. Instead, the dinner menu is still large, including all the old sea food dishes, hot and cold, but they have added a dozen meat dishes. The Spanish menu has all prices in pesos; marlin tacos start at 25 pesos which is not more expensive than street food.

    I complained about the loud brass band making it difficult to enjoy the food. The senior English-speaking mesera, Nayva, confirmed they decided not to have brass bands to play on stage.

    9 AM, I was the only in for breakfast, eggs, bacon white toasts with brewed coffee for 75 pesos. About 6 people were working the place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    La Perla for some reason does not show its breakfast menu. You will have to request the scrambled eggs and bacon for 40 pesos which comes with frijoles and tortillas de maiz, with which you can make breakfast tacos with the best fresh made salsa in Tijuana. The fresh squeezed OJ is good too. !

  14. #220
    Damn. I am glad you had your problem fixed.

    The damn perverted doctor loves to stick his big finger up my rectum to check my prostrate. I am having a PSA test.

    Quote Originally Posted by Member#2041  [View Original Post]
    While BPH is not Cancer, I had to undergo prostate surgery which basically involved cutting a donut-shaped piece of my Prostate away to make room for my urethra to function without being constricted. BTW, the surgery was the best thing that ever happened to my health, and within a month after the operation, I was peeing and fucking like I was 20 years younger, and my kidney function completely returned to normal.

  15. #219
    While BPH is not Cancer, it is also not truly benign. I had a case of it that screwed up my normal urination to the degree that I suffered kidney failure that nearly killed me early last year. For 2 months I had to [CodeWord134] through a catheter into a bag, and in the middle of that span, I had to undergo prostate surgery which basically involved cutting a donut-shaped piece of my Prostate away to make room for my urethra to function without being constricted. BTW, the surgery was the best thing that ever happened to my health, and within a month after the operation, I was peeing and fucking like I was 20 years younger, and my kidney function completely returned to normal.

    The moral of the story is, get it checked out. If it's left unchecked, it can kill you, even if it's not cancerous. If it's detected early, the surgery is straightforward and it works.

    I should add that the most pleasant part of this entire ordeal was the really cute maybe 19-20 year-old pre-med intern who had the task of showing me how to tend to my urinary catheter when it was first installed.

+ Add Report
Page 1 of 16 1 2 3 4 5 11 ... LastLast

Posting Limitations

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
fkk tours
World Escorts Directory


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape