Hi all! This is going to be a new series on GT. We don’t seem to update as much with real posts because our traveling is limited right now and we just haven’t found any exciting places lately. But this will be a good way to show where we have been, or rather where we are eating each week. Yup, we’re some of those people that like to take pictures of our food and Instagram is addicting. Search for or hashtag GRUMBLINGTUMMY with us!
Starting from the top (L to R)
1. Guppy’s on the Beach – Indian Rocks Beach, FL – Lobster Ravioli, Braised Pork Chop, Potato Crusted Salmon
2. Alesia Restaurant – St. Petersburg, FL – Beef Salad
2. Alesia Restaurant – St. Petersburg, FL – Asian Style Beef Stew
4. Grub on Laos New Year at the temple!
809 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60607
A special treat from Swedish Bakery while exploring Andersonville!
5348 N Clark St, Chicago, IL
2114 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614
The Joe Strummer (yes, a veggie hot dog!)
The Norm Crosby
You will gain much appreciation for the city up here at the John Hancock Observatory/Cafe.
I know we have been away for far too long. Our recent trip to Chicago to visit some great friends inspired us to catch up on all the food adventures we’ve encountered.
New hole in the wall for our Vietnamese faves, hits the spot!
3692 W Waters Ave
Tampa, FL 33614
Greetings everyone, finally got a break from school to post up our favorite place to go for cuban sandwiches in Treasure Island, Fl. The classic sandwich we usually get consists of spiced pork, ham, genoa salami, swiss cheese, mustard, mayo and dill pickles pressed on cuban bread. The result is a thin, crisp man friendly hot sandwich.
230 107th Ave
Treasure Island, FL 33706
Welcome to the future of sushi. This is the first we’ve heard about a chipotle style sushi place with their method of innovated sushi making. Who doesn’t love personalization? Great location too, right in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg. The foundation of the sushi (rice + nori) is created by a machine, then ingredients are added to your choosing. The overall quality of the sushi is good, fish is fresh, rice seasoned correctly.
This place is pretty new only a few months old but the only quip we have with the place is the price. The rolls are somewhat bigger and for two rolls with our choices, it cost a little over $17. But, this is comparable to our favorite sushi places prices. This may be that we chose the more expensive protein (unagi and yellow tail). Word of mouth is spreading quickly about Rollbotto!
221 1st Street NE, 33701 St. Petersburg, FL