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Let's Dish With Linda Lou

Sharing My Recipes, My Life, And The Food Tale Of Two Cities

Roy’s First Stop San Francisco, the Mainland

on May 18, 2014

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If you been reading this blog, you know that my daughter  Melissa, resides in San Francisco. One of the things I felt strongly about when I started this blog, was letting you, my readers know about the culinary world here, in Orlando, Florida, as well as what’s hot in San Francisco. I’m able to do this with her help. A couple of years ago when Melissa was still living in Florida, we visited Roy’s for dinner, here in Orlando, and it was fabulous. What I just found out was the very first Roy’s opened it’s doors in Hawaii, then it made it’s move to the mainland. Where they decided, and If I had to guess, after much deliberation, was the bay area, on Mission Street in the Financial District of San Francisco. Roy’s has definitely made a name for itself here on the east coast as well as the west. Two of the dishes Melissa sampled for lunch were the lobster and shrimp pot stickers with a spicy toga rasht miso butter and the blackened Ahi tuna with a spicy soy butter. Both of the dishes are available here at the Orlando Roy’s as well. The third dish is Roy’s Ahi poke and the fourth is butterfly fish with a soy vinaigrette.

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Her next stop was at a place called Lake Chalet with a view that’s just stunning. There is nothing quite like a great meal with a great view, wouldn’t you agree?  This was her dinner destination for the day.This first pic is of Lake Merritt when she first arrived. Below is the front of the restaurant.

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Here she sampled the baked cod with mashed potatoes.Image

If you like to dine outside with the view of the water, and as the sun sets, a unique atmosphere, you’ll love Lake Chalet.

 

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