Friday, October 10, 2003

Mall food, Hollywood-style

Lowlight #3

"New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin." (Mark Twain)

Unfortunately, not so when you pick up a late dinner at Downtown Disney's Jazz Kitchen Express. It's a bad sign when you're looking at right at them, but can't tell which one is the gumbo and which one is the jambalaya. I'm not even sure we were able to taste the difference. It was particularly disappointing since Foodgoat & my brother were hungry from a fierce air hockey battle at the ESPN Zone in which the puck went flying into the crowd several times.

I think the food was a little better at CityWalk, where you see Foodgoat having Cuban food two years ago at Versailles, across the way from the Hard Rock Cafe.

Considering that it's all really just mall food, I guess you really can't expect too much, even if they are stylish, showy, and glitzy "entertainment complex"-type malls.

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