The food culture in San Diego

Hey everyone!

It’s Monday, a new day and a new week. Today’s city is *Drumroll* San Diego. Do you love Mexican and Asian food? Then San Diego is THE place to be. San Diego is also big on BBQ which I love.

Double bacon cheeseburger and carne asada fries are only two of hundreds of amazing dishes to try when you go to San Diego. In the mood for something sweet and delish? Then Acai bowl is exactly what you need to order. Acai bowl is a smoothie Ice cream kind of dish originated from Brazil and for sure something I will try if I’m ever in San Diego. you can easily find it walking amongst the many juice bars etc in town.

California burrito, if you love burritos as much as me then this is definitely something worth trying while staying in San Diego. Yodel, something I would love to try one day, I’m slightly allergic to hazelnuts. I only get a rash, I don’t die but still, it’s something I avoid eating if possible because I look like a lobster color wise. But Yodel looks amazing and I would love to try it if I could.

Another delish dish to eat when you’re in San Diego is bacon wrapped dates. I tried this a year ago when I was at a new years eve party and it’s to die for. The salty bacon mixed with the sweetness of the dates is so good it can’t even be described. That right there is foodgasm for sure.

You can even enjoy true Italian Gelato( Ice cream) right there in San Diego, Pappalecco is the place to go, they make their gelato on site and they always make sure you get the best, fresh Italian Ice cream there is. If you love ice cream as much as I do, and especially Italian Ice cream Pappalecco is the place to go.

Sometimes simplicity is the way to go, The most normal hamburger you could ever think about. Burger, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, sesame seed buns, and mayo. Yet is the best burger you’ve ever had if we are to believe the rumors. You can get this burger at The Lodge at Torry Pines.

We’re not done quite yet, there is still one more thing you absolutely need to try before leaving San Diego and that is the Tripple Threat Prok Sandwich. Yes, it is as you might have imagined pulled pork, bacon, and pork loin schnitzel stacked high on between to buns. The Carnitas snack shack once said — Why would you put only one kind of pork on the sandwich when you can have three? and I like the way they think.

I hope this gave you some ideas on what you would love to try when traveling to San Diego, and I hope y’all are having an amazing Monday morning. I hope to see y’all back here tomorrow for a new post.

  • Hetty

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