Austin BBgo

On February 3rd, Jenny and I went to Austin since I couldn’t go home for Chinese New Year’s due to the weather. We stayed at Tammy’s place. For dinner we ate at:

Austin BBgo
6808 Lamar Blvd B-110
Austin, TX 78757
(512) 323-0153

There were no one there when we walked in. Not sure if it was because we were there a little later than usual but we only saw one couple walk in after us. Hmm …

These were the side dishes. Not sure what they all are but they were good. We cleared them all. We weren’t sure if we could get seconds, thirds, etc. like other Korean restaurants so that kind of put a downer in our meal.

I ordered the Galbi | ~$16. I think the price was around there. It was very expensive but I made two meals out of this. It was worth the price.

Sadly this is the amount of rice they gave me for my Galbi. Um … that is never enough rice for me. Jenny gave me some of hers and even then I was still a little hungry. Let’s just say I’m a rice bucket. We weren’t sure if ordering for another bowl would cost money so that was another downer.

Tammy ordered the Bibimbap. Not sure how much it cost for her but I think it didn’t pass two digits. She said it was good and she made another meal out of this too.

Jenny got the Bulgogi |~$12 … definitely not worth the price. The meat was tough and it had no taste. Not sure what happened there. She was very dissatisfied and although she made another meal out of it she didn’t even want to eat it. It was as if someone pointed a gun to her head as she swallowed it.

I’m a big fan of Korean food but I don’t believe I’ll ever come here again. It was not worth my money.

Yogurt Zone

After 46th St. Pizzaeria we felt we didn’t get to finish catching up so we went next door to:

Yogurt Zone
12730 W 1-10 Suite #304
San Antonio, TX 78230
(210) 558-6633

The way the do pricing is by weight. So the heavier it is, the more it costs. I got Cake Batter & Strawberry Senstation [with Rainbow Mochi, Strawberries, Blueberries, M&Ms, Mini Peanut Butter Cups, and Dark Chocolate Chips]. I believe mine came out to be about $2 to $3. Not expensive at all especially because I was still full off earlier.

Ever since then I’ve come back here once and I must say, much better than Orange Cup.

46th St. Pizzaeria

I have a few posts to make up for. Sadly we are going to travel back to January and make our way to today’s date. Here goes!

On January 28th Eric and I went to:

46th St. Pizzaeria
12730 West Interstate 10 #312
San Antonio, TX 78249
(210) 691-4678

We both got Spaghetti with Meatballs, Dinner plate |  $7.25. It might not look like a lot here but do believe me when I say I got super full. Eric couldn’t even finish it all. He had another meal from it.

They also gave us free bread. I didn’t use butter but to dip in my spaghetti sauce. I had a lot left over. The bread was a little on the hard side but I think that’s how it’s suppose to be.

I would go here again. It’s pretty good priced and definitely got full off of that. They also had canolli. (Not sure if I spelled that correctly.) I always wanted to try that so maybe one day I can go back and do so!!