Located in the outside patio area of Taeguki, the all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ restaurant, is a dessert station which offers ice cream macaron sandwiches, ice cream mochi, and red bean waffle sandwiches.
I spotted the colorful ice cream sandwiches during a dinner there a few months ago but was obviously way too full to eat one after eating all-you-can-eat bbq. So recently after shopping next door at Zion market, Mr. K and I made our way over for some ice cream.
Each macaron sandwich costs $4.05. The flavors don’t really correspond with the colors. Vanilla has a purple shell, strawberry has a green shell, green tea has a pink shell, etc.
Pharmacy restaurant is a fun eatery and bar located in Orlando. I knew immediately I would like this place when I saw its hidden facade.
At the front of the building you’ll see doors to a law office. Around the corner, you find an “elevator.” But upon opening, the hidden restaurant is revealed!
When we were in Orlando earlier this year, we were able to meet up with my friend Tasty Chomps. He gave us a tour of the city outside of the Disneyworld resort and he also took us here for dinner.
Whole Garlicky Cape Canaveral Rock Shrimp
Crispy baked chicken pieces are coated in a sweet and slightly spicy Honey Sriracha glaze. It’s a tasty weeknight meal that is healthier than the regular fried version. To make it even better, for my chicken, I used Foster Farms’ Simply Raised Thin-Sliced chicken breast fillets.
It’s been awhile since I shared a sriracha flavored dish on the blog. We love adding sriracha and honey to our food, so this combination of the two makes such an addicting sauce. The honey and sriracha really balance each other out, so the dish is not overly sweet or overly spicy. Typically this dish involves frying the chicken first, but I decided to coat mine in panko breadcrumbs and bake it. It’s healthier this way, much simpler to make, and just as delicious.