Godfather’s pizza. Where was the green chile with pepperoni? Who can
say? Green chile with sausage will have to do. Pizza tastes good.
Quizno’s classic Italian. Mmm, datsa tasty. Must be the Italian
dressing. If you do know the secret ingredient that makes this a tasty
sandwich, don’t tell me.
May Cafe. No. 52. It’s like vermicelli with pork. Great stuff. Ya
drown it in that reddish hot sauce and you are happy for the first time in
your life. Floating, as it were, on the hot sauce convection currents.
Blimpie’s Best. That’s pretty sorry for his best. Last time I went to
Blimpie’s, they gave me some sandwich with 5 lbs of meat. I think Blimpie
has an agenda against me. I knew immediately when they gave me that
horrid dijon mustard instead of that wonderful artificially dyed brilliant
yellow mustard I’m used to. Sometimes you get used to the cheap
stuff…take Jello brand cheesecake, for example.
Monroe’s Mexican pizza. 12.8 times better than Taco Bell’s. And no corny
chihuahua mascot to boot!
Sbarro’s huge deluxe pizza slice. They serve it by the acre. All the
vitamins a growing coder needs.
Papa Felipe’s relleno. Reasonably good food. But what’s with those tiny
tea glasses? The waitress, herself, admitted it would maker her job
easier to have bigger glasses. She was having to refill the glasses every
5 minutes. If YOU ever start a restaurant, think big when you talk about
Schlotzsky’s regular original. All sandwiches should be this good. So
why aren’t they? The answer involves the fact that mayonnaise is
Godfather’s buffet. Why eat at CiCi’s when one could eat these thick
pieces of pizza at the same price? The world may never know.
Monroe’s stuffed chile relleno. Pretty good for a Mexican restaurant
called Monroe’s. Salsa rating: 9. (Los Cuates being 0.)