There are just some days that I just don’t want to cook. Today, was one of those days. I had soup for breakfast/lunch. For dinner, I went to Skillet. I always order the same thing, because I’m a sucker for their burger. I like “The Burger” (bacon jam, creamy bleu cheese, arugula) on lettuce with a side of fries (there is fries are served with sea salt and fried sage) and garlic aioli.
There are multiple Skillets. The one I go to they no longer make ranch so if you’re a ranch lover like me opting for the garlic aioli is a wise decision. The only problem I have with their garlic aioli is the flavor varies based upon who made it that day. Sometimes it’s got more of a kick, sometimes it doesn’t, sometimes it’s more garlicky than other days.
Later I went to Fruit Bliss Cafe and ordered the mixed fruit sago with coconut milk. If you’re wondering what sago is, the texture and flavor is similar to tapioca. Sago itself is derived from the fruit of palm trees. (Yes, that’s my laptop, I need a change of location sometimes when I write)
This cafe is super cute and the owner is really nice. It’s a nice place to relax and hang out with friends or play board games (which they provide). Asian desserts are my absolute favorite, I enjoy them because they are generally less sweet than American desserts.
One more thing, I forgot to mention this from last week. Another great place to visit when you come to Seattle is Pie Bar. Who doesn’t love pies? Crazy people, that’s who. They have sweet and savory pies here and are pretty much open only for dinner. Their hours are generally 5PM-2AM. If you are overwhelmed by the tiny size of the Pie bar, then just take your pie to go. There is a walk-up window. This picture shows a blackberry rhubarb pie (this was their pie of the day). I advise you warm it up. If you eat it there, they warm it up for you and serve it with a side of whip cream or ice cream.
If you’re ever in Seattle, visit these places, I’m sure you’ll love it! Also, even the picture shows that the Space Needle is huge, it is the smallest structure in Seattle.