Hello cupcakes :) I'm glad everyone enjoyed my post on Pho! I will most definitely update you guys when I go for an XL in the near future.
So one thing I utterly hate about eating out is the wide range of food selection. Wide range is good for most people because it gives them choices. But for someone like me who has a hard time deciding even from the McDonald's menu (and already knowing the entire menu forward and backward), extensive menus overwhelm me. And trust me, Moxie's menu isn't nearly as bad as Chinese restaurants, especially those in plazas and malls.
Anyway, nothing on the menu stood out to me, hence my expression. Perhaps this is why I don't do well in this type of settings? And why don't restaurants EVER have a picture for every dish that they offer? Wouldn't life be so much easier that way?
I really really wanted a salad but then I remembered that I needed to put on weight so I opted for something a little bit fattier :) I even said no to the salad as a side dish :(
Ta-da~! I know it looks plain but you would have never guessed that there was lobster meat between the toast hm? It was way too salty though – so salty it could make your blood pressure skyrocket. But knowing me, I probably needed the boost. The cheese and fries didn't do much for me either as I'm still faraway from ever having high cholesterol on my record.
My friend on the hand opted for something much healthier. Anyone had salmon sandwich before? I did have some of that side salad though :D LOVE cranberries!!!
My other friend ordered the ever so yummy looking steak. The baked potato seemed yummy but I was too full to try. Next time...
So apparently their brownie is delicious and I must now agree as well. The extra drizzled chocolate on the plate itself was so unnecessary but the ice cream and whipped cream complimented the warm brownie sooooooo well. I RECOMMEND!!! What a great desert to top off the meal.