By far the best sushi in Baltimore, is available at Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant in Harbor East. The Lakanilau Roll made with Wagyu Beef , Snow Crab , Tempura Asparagus, Avocado, Sesame Miso, and Truffled Greens is to DIE FOR! This roll is not available on the happy hour menu but when something tastes this good, the price is worth it! The roll is priced at $13 so if you go during happy hour you can add an additional roll for just $6.
Roy’s happy hour is called Aloha Hour. If you can make the happy hour between 4:30 to 6:30, I would suggests getting the Tempura-Crusted Ahi Roll. This roll is also pretty amazing and you can’t beat the $6 price. Side note (*** the sushi chef is probably the best in the city. She can make rolls from just about anything, and it always tastes out of this world) Lastly, I would like to suggests the Chocolate Souffle!!! I’m not even a desert person and this souffle puts me in a spell every time. It is amazing, simple, and enough to share. The chocolate is rich, the raspberry puree compliments the flavors and the chocolate shavings and vanilla ice cream just perfectly completes everything.
If you are in town or live in town, check out Roy’s Aloha Hour… you won’t be disappointed!
Best Sushi in Baltimore
Good Eats in Baltimore: Say “Hello” to By Degrees Cafe Located in Harbor East, this somewhat new addition to Baltimore is refreshing! Very quaint and equipped with wifi, this cafe is a great getaway for good food with quality ingredients.
If finding parking is holding you back… don’t worry, By Degrees Cafe offers free parking for its’ customers on the side of the building! Like, most Downtown frequenters, I just assumed there was no parking and payed the meter located on the other side of the street. (Bummer!)
I started out with an ily Cappuccino. I must admit it was a bit bitter for my taste but once I added some sugar, it was quite tasty. The menu was a bit intimidating but the wait staff walked me through all the most popular dishes. After much contemplating, I decided to get the Smoked Gouda Flatbread. The waiter assured me you can’t go wrong with any of the flatbreads on the menu. The flatbread was a very interesting twist on pizza, with rich ingredients and and great flavor!
Next, Glen (glenfordnunez.com) and I enjoyed the Fried Goat Cheese Salad. The salad was awesome! As a cheese lover, I especially enjoyed the fried goat cheese balls in the salad. The pieces of dates and bacon, infused an awesome savory and sweet addition to the salad. If I had room for desert, I certainly would have indulged in that as well! Maybe, next time I’ll try the Caramel Bread Pudding.
Check out the pictures below, of my awesome food at By Degrees Cafe! Try them out next time you are Downtown!
Until Next Time … See you around the 410… Nom Nom Nom
Good Eats in Baltimore : By Degrees Cafe
Excuse the lapse in posts. I have been a bit busy! This summer, I decided I wanted to participate in some of the music and food festivals in Baltimore. For quite some time now, I have dreamed of owning a food truck. Let’s just say the fairs are my way of gauging if this is something I really want to invest my time and money in. This past weekend, I participated in the Towsontown Spring Festival and I set up a Chicken & Waffles stand. I must say, it was sooo much work and stress because I did not know what to expect. After it was all said and done, I had a great time and the support from my awesome family. I have two more events this summer and I will be sure to share those experiences with you as well.
Happy Chicken & Waffles!
Been A Bit Busy- with Chicken and Waffles