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  1. #356
    I have been to Ceasars several times and it is a very elegant restaurant. I have Duck L'Orange and it it is very good. LOS Arco's is my favorite for now.

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    First part of the video about "Centro Cultural Tijuana" the second part starts from 1440 about the famous Caesar's restaurant link https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=SPh3Ex4tG_s.

  2. #355

    Taco Tour Tijuana. Video

    Taco tour in Tijuana, looks tasty link to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=Ca0S7h8kBLk.

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    Caesar's Restaurant. Video

    First part of the video about "Centro Cultural Tijuana" the second part starts from 1440 about the famous Caesar's restaurant link https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=SPh3Ex4tG_s.

  4. #353

    Toshi Toshi Sushi Zona Centro.

    Toshi Toshi Sushi Bars Av. Colima 2292 Zona Centro.

    Opened 3 months ago.

    https://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=toshi+toshi&find_loc=Tijuana%2 C+Baja+California%2 C+Mexico&ns=1.

    A bros said sushis here are one step above all famous AYCE sushi houses in Socal, costed him $68 for a dinner, but I don't know how much better it can be.

    Mexico sure has lots of very fresh seafood caught locally, including the giant net pens off the coast of Ensenada, where fishermen raise blue-fin tunas with scrap fish until they hit 500 Lbs. We talked about renting a BnB unit near Ensenada's boat dock where we can buy frsh seafood cheap, cook them our ways and party with pretty chicas all night. Many BnB units with multiple bedrooms and kitchen near the main tourist street rent for under $50 a day.

    Ever since the bros discovered Mexico's sea food and puss, they could never waste their vacation time going anywhere else for fun and sex, with non-stop parties full of tasty food, hot chicas and even hotter sex.

  5. #352
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I followed your advice and yesterday I was in this restaurant "Sushi One" opposite Adelita. I ordered chicken teriyaki and it was very good. A large portion of chicken in teriyaki sauce, vegetables and rice. Price: only US $ 4 plus small tip. The menu is in Spanish but there are pictures of dishes and price so it is easy to understand. The restaurant is Asian. Recommended.
    I think I passed by that restaurant. Saw a working girl come up to the restaurant owner or worker and call him by his race by saying "hey chino". Thought it was pretty hilarious and racist at the same time, but I guess that's just how they refer to any Asians in Mexico.

  6. #351
    The new Monte Carlo is using the same staff from the prior restaurant, but with the Monte Carlo menu. And it sucks unfortunately. The menu was Gringo, and serves poor Mexican food. Go figure.

  7. #350
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    The move has been completed.

    I was in LZ from Thursday November 1st through Tuesday the 5th.

    Men were already at work demolishing the old interior of MC's old location in between Adelitas and the church.

    The new location for Monte Carlo was bustling with business. Robed chicas in pairs were constantly crossing the street to dine there.

    It has been years since I ate in Monte Carlo, and I was tempted to on this trip.

    But IMHO the better meal offering was two or three storefronts to the west of MC's new location to another new restaurant called SUSHI One.

    I did not eat at Monte Carlo, but had numerous meals in Sushi One. They had rice bowls, sushi, teriyaki, but not a really 'vast' menu.

    As I recall, the sushi was limited to about six different types of sushi rolls, two or three options of hand rolls and about that same number of nigiri sushi options.

    The Salmon Nigiri Sushi was 30 pesos each. The Salmon hand roll was 40 pesos, both were fairly good.

    I thought their teriyaki dishes were their best offering, and they do it nicely with the teriyaki entres served on a large bed of vegetables rather than rice. Instead they provide a scoop of rice on the side with another side of seasoned cucumbers. The bed of vegetables was mostly broccoli and sliced zucchini. Chicken teriyaki was 75 p, Shrimp teriyaki was 105 p and Chicken with Shrimp teriyaki (my fav) is 95 p. I need to check tonight if my pictures came out OK.

    Sushi One is on Coahuila Ave. , directly across the street from the entrance to Adelitas.
    I followed your advice and yesterday I was in this restaurant "Sushi One" opposite Adelita. I ordered chicken teriyaki and it was very good. A large portion of chicken in teriyaki sauce, vegetables and rice. Price: only US $ 4 plus small tip. The menu is in Spanish but there are pictures of dishes and price so it is easy to understand. The restaurant is Asian. Recommended.

  8. #349
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    The move has been completed.

    I was in LZ from Thursday November 1st through Tuesday the 5th.

    Men were already at work demolishing the old interior of MC's old location in between Adelitas and the church.

    The new location for Monte Carlo was bustling with business. Robed chicas in pairs were constantly crossing the street to dine there.

    It has been years since I ate in Monte Carlo, and I was tempted to on this trip.

    But IMHO the better meal offering was two or three storefronts to the west of MC's new location to another new restaurant called SUSHI One.

    I did not eat at Monte Carlo, but had numerous meals in Sushi One. They had rice bowls, sushi, teriyaki, but not a really 'vast' menu.

    As I recall, the sushi was limited to about six different types of sushi rolls, two or three options of hand rolls and about that same number of nigiri sushi options.

    The Salmon Nigiri Sushi was 30 pesos each. The Salmon hand roll was 40 pesos, both were fairly good.

    I thought their teriyaki dishes were their best offering, and they do it nicely with the teriyaki entres served on a large bed of vegetables rather than rice. Instead they provide a scoop of rice on the side with another side of seasoned cucumbers. The bed of vegetables was mostly broccoli and sliced zucchini. Chicken teriyaki was 75 p, Shrimp teriyaki was 105 p and Chicken with Shrimp teriyaki (my fav) is 95 p. I need to check tonight if my pictures came out OK.

    Sushi One is on Coahuila Ave. , directly across the street from the entrance to Adelitas.
    Thanks for the information, this chicken teriyaki sounds good I need to check it out.

  9. #348
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    Sonoras grill (opposite Adelita) is closed completely now and I heard at the Monte Carlo restaurant (next to Adelita), from the October 1 Monte Carlo restaurant plans to relocate in place of Sonoras grill.
    The move has been completed.

    I was in LZ from Thursday November 1st through Tuesday the 5th.

    Men were already at work demolishing the old interior of MC's old location in between Adelitas and the church.

    The new location for Monte Carlo was bustling with business. Robed chicas in pairs were constantly crossing the street to dine there.

    It has been years since I ate in Monte Carlo, and I was tempted to on this trip.

    But IMHO the better meal offering was two or three storefronts to the west of MC's new location to another new restaurant called SUSHI One.

    I did not eat at Monte Carlo, but had numerous meals in Sushi One. They had rice bowls, sushi, teriyaki, but not a really 'vast' menu.

    As I recall, the sushi was limited to about six different types of sushi rolls, two or three options of hand rolls and about that same number of nigiri sushi options.

    The Salmon Nigiri Sushi was 30 pesos each. The Salmon hand roll was 40 pesos, both were fairly good.

    I thought their teriyaki dishes were their best offering, and they do it nicely with the teriyaki entres served on a large bed of vegetables rather than rice. Instead they provide a scoop of rice on the side with another side of seasoned cucumbers. The bed of vegetables was mostly broccoli and sliced zucchini. Chicken teriyaki was 75 p, Shrimp teriyaki was 105 p and Chicken with Shrimp teriyaki (my fav) is 95 p. I need to check tonight if my pictures came out OK.

    Sushi One is on Coahuila Ave. , directly across the street from the entrance to Adelitas.

  10. #347

    UETA's duty-free liquours.

    To StRobert.

    Strange UETA sells duty-free Mexican tequilas and Kalhua cheaper than Mexican duty-free stores in Tijuana. Last year UETA sold the big 1.5 L Kalhua for about $5, which sells for $10 to $12 in Tijuana's duty-free stores. The clever Yankees really screw Mexican paisanos over hehe.

    Lots of Mexican folks go to the US to stock up on cheap everyday goods, like milk, cereals, toilet paper. A few years back my wingman Gordon and I were climbing PedEast's pedestrian stairs when we found an elderly woman struggling to bring up her wheeled cart. Gordon, being a strong big guy, picked up the cart. I could see he was struggling, so I gave him a hand. The cart turned out to weigh near 100 lbs. Don't know what was in it. The old woman may be smuggling cement hehe. That's how hard life is for poor Tijuana people. But HK's bar girls managed to empty out Gordon's bank accounts to help Mexico hehe.

    The bros should shop UETA, factory outlet and discount stores in San Ysidro for unique holiday presents, guaranteed to get the the wettest pussies and the sweatiest sessions with pretty chicas hehe. Also near Christmas eve, I would give small propinas to HK's valet parking, security guys, door men, floor managers, hotel reception guys, even a few good meseros, bar and street girls get their $ groping propinas regularly, with a "feliz Navidad" greeting. Show them you empathize with their hard life and they usually take good care of you.

  11. #346
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    To StRobert,

    Near year end, UETA has lots of good deals in wines, spirits, perfumes, designers' hand bags etc. Last year I picked up 2 cases of French Cognac, good quality, for about $10 a bottle 1 L. It taste like Remy Martin VSOP. Everybody likes it.

    Try that El presidente brandy and let us know how good it is. You can also pick up Kahlua, Mexico's renown coffee liquor, big 1. 5 L bottle for about $5, great on the rock for sipping late at night. Mixed with cream or full milk in ice cube, it's the White Russian coctail that makes chicas so soft and horny hehe.

    The bros should stop at the 2 UETA stores near PedWest and start stocking up the good stuffs for year end parties and pretty presents for holidays. Hot bar and street girls all swoon over the little presents you give them, which are worth a lot more than cash, and usually produce extremely hot, wet, sweaty sessions in bed.

    Good buy: Brandy "Presidente" on sale only USD 6 (in the US the price is twice as expensive). I bought a 940 ML bottle, 38% Alc. Vol. 100% de uva (grape). At the pedeast entrance to the USA (next to the San Ysidro trolley station). Shop name "Tijuana Duty Free" they close around 10 PM but the window is open all night and you can buy. The seller in the window said the sale is for the Christmas / holiday period and maybe longer. Here is the review of this brandy.
    Brandy "Presidente" is good, similar to the French brandy "Remy Martin" or "Napoleon". I love "Kahlua" they even have a webpage https://www.kahlua.com/us/ BTW My chica number 1 in HK has already ordered a Christmas gift. A French perfume for US $ 50. But that can be a good investment with her for the all next year.

  12. #345

    UETA's Wines and Spirits for year-end holidays.

    To StRobert,

    Near year end, UETA has lots of good deals in wines, spirits, perfumes, designers' hand bags etc. Last year I picked up 2 cases of French Cognac, good quality, for about $10 a bottle 1 L. It taste like Remy Martin VSOP. Everybody likes it.

    Try that El presidente brandy and let us know how good it is. You can also pick up Kahlua, Mexico's renown coffee liquor, big 1. 5 L bottle for about $5, great on the rock for sipping late at night. Mixed with cream or full milk in ice cube, it's the White Russian coctail that makes chicas so soft and horny hehe.

    The bros should stop at the 2 UETA stores near PedWest and start stocking up the good stuffs for year end parties and pretty presents for holidays. Hot bar and street girls all swoon over the little presents you give them, which are worth a lot more than cash, and usually produce extremely hot, wet, sweaty sessions in bed.

    Good buy: Brandy "Presidente" on sale only USD 6 (in the US the price is twice as expensive). I bought a 940 ML bottle, 38% Alc. Vol. 100% de uva (grape). At the pedeast entrance to the USA (next to the San Ysidro trolley station). Shop name "Tijuana Duty Free" they close around 10 PM but the window is open all night and you can buy. The seller in the window said the sale is for the Christmas / holiday period and maybe longer. Here is the review of this brandy.

  13. #344

    Brandy Presidente only 6 USD!

    Good buy: Brandy "Presidente" on sale only USD 6 (in the US the price is twice as expensive). I bought a 940 ML bottle, 38% Alc. Vol. 100% de uva (grape). At the pedeast entrance to the USA (next to the San Ysidro trolley station). Shop name "Tijuana Duty Free" they close around 10 PM but the window is open all night and you can buy. The seller in the window said the sale is for the Christmas / holiday period and maybe longer. Here is the review of this brandy by Mr. Tony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMFgL0t_koo.

  14. #343
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Correction: the restauiant is Monte Carlo, next to Adelita.

    This is Mexico's unique beef vegetable soup with a clear broth. Vegetables include corn, squash, potatoes, carrot. Restaurants around La Zona serve it usually only for lunch or dinner at 75 pesos, including rice, tortilla and salsa. I always like Caldo de Rez as a comfort dish, light and tasty but not filling, between the romps in bed with Mexico's finest senoritas hehe.

    While other places serve Caldo de Rez in a big bowl with big chunks of soup bones, Monaco made its soup with pure flank steak, about 1 pound per serving, which make both the broth tasty and the beef very tasty. For 95 pesos it's a very good meal.

    The bros should forget their fascination with burned tarantulas and try this tasty soup instead.
    Captain Solo. I recently ate this dish Caldo de Rez in the Monte Carlo restaurant. The portion is huge! Plate with soup in which are beef, potatoes, carrots, corn. Separately a small plate with rice and onion and half lime. When I finished eating, I was full. IMO A good meal after sex, but not before sex because you will be too full. A similar soup I ate on the Caribbean islands, beef soup but only soup with a piece of beef and half lime but the plate was much smaller. It is interesting that in tropical countries they squeeze half lime into soup, which gives an interesting taste. Price in Monte Carlo $US 5. 50 plus small tip. Thank you for the recommendations it was good! If you know any other good dish from Monte Carlo, let us know. BTW restaurant Monte Carlo is soon moving to the other side of the street.

  15. #342

    Tequila Expo Tijuana. October 11-14.

    Costs only 100 pesos to get in with 30 brands of tequilas, all you can taste. YUM.

    This sounds like a good time to party with the bro. May be Saturday all day, with a sleep over.

    Tequila Expo Tijuana. October 11-14 from 3 PM to 1 AM. Avenida Revolucion and 7th street here is the link http://www.discoverbaja.com/event/ti...ila-expo-2018/ and here is a video link from the tequila expo. The first part of the video is from the food garden and the second part is the video from tequila expo. Link http://crossingsouth.com/videosmaps/...arden-tequila/. (You can only bring to the US a bottle of 1 liter duty free alcohol).

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