Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Le fondue, and sushi in the desert

I like fondue, and will eat it every chance I get. What else can I say? So me, The Mister, and his childhood friend went out to The Melting Pot. I ordered an extra cheese portion for the table to ensure there’d be enough to go around, and I found a lovely Sauvignon Blanc to search for at home. Fruity, juicy, mouth-watering acidity, just how I like them.


I’ve come to the conclusion that in most any civilized place these days, you can get the exact same Mexican food and the exact same sushi. Not saying there’s anything wrong with strong margaritas, boisterous music, and cheese-drenched enchiladas. And I love a good California roll and a miso soup regardless of the state I’m in. But I was hoping, especially for the Mexican food, for something a tad more authentic. The margarita was quite nice, though, and the company was spectacular.


Thomas said...

I don't know I can't find exactly the food I grew up on, but then I grew up on Sonoran desert-Baja Cali Mexican, but it's not quite the same as what you describe.

The musishian said...

I'm sure there was more "authentic" food lurking about, I just didn't have the time, or the proper guide, to find it.