So we’re hanging out at Tommy’s Restaurant, this legendary family joint in Coventry Village. This place has one of the biggest menus you’ll find anywhere, serving up sammies, burgers and savoury pies with a side of award-winning fries.
Now, it’s kinda hard to make a decision when the menu is the size of a newspaper, but I had to go with something so funky you won’t find it anywhere else. They call this sandwich Colleen–and she can call me anytime!
OK, let’s break it down. You’ve got falafel, bacon, cheese, onions, sprouts, tomatoes and green peppers stuffed inside a grilled pita. Now, I’ve had a few falafels in my day, but never before with bacon, bro! This dish is Captain Crunchalicious, and it actually feels like I’m eating healthy, too…
And then you’ve got the prize-winning fries, named the best spuds in Northeast Ohio, son! The trick here is that they don’t season ’em at all, so they come out chip-shop crispy with all kinds of potatoey goodness. And yes, that full plate is all in one order! I could probably only eat 2 or 3 orders of these…
So apparently, there’s this new site called Bunz, where you can trade a king-sized duvet for a happy ending, or 18 cinder blocks for your virginity. I just offered to trade a kidney for a bacon double cheeseburger, but when it comes to these HotBunzz, I wouldn’t trade them for anything:
So, here’s the deal. Front Street Foods, a street food fest that’s dealing out righteous grub in a courtyard on Adelaide, has this funky food stand serving up Asian-style buns stuffed with ingredients from all over this country. And they’re just three for 10 bucks, bro! Let’s zoom in for a closer look:
What we’ve got here is the Seoul City Beef Short Rib, with kimchi and Korean BBQ sauce on top. Beef is super tender, kimchi adds a nice kick, and the sauce brings it all together. I could eat this one off a flip-flop!
What’s 10 times better than a pulled pork sandwich at Harvey’s? Pulled pork inside a steamed bun, son! The pork is super fall-aparty, the coleslaw is rich and creamy, and the sauce is boss, hoss!
Don’t tell my Meat Club (first rule of Meat Club: Don’t talk about Meat Club), but I totally went vegan with this one. They call it The Pharoah’s Falafel, and it’s about as legit as anything you’d get at Ali Baba’s or Lebanon Express. Texture is on point, nicely seasoned and a nice tahini on top. Shut the back door!
If you’re keeping track at home, that’s three delish dishes inside half a cardboard box. Man, I really pounded these buns, and still had room for a dessert one…but I didn’t see any on the menu. I think I could go for The Spiced Granny though!