This is a simple sandwich, but when it's stacked right it is hard to beat. Black Pepper Turkey on a fresh hoagie roll,jalapeno cheddar, bacon,thinly sliced onion,tomato, lettuce,sweet hot jalapenos,with a honey chipotle mayo, topped off with sliced avocado...it was GOOD!!! Plus the Canadian Mist in the back round goes great with any meal!!! hahahahaha
Judging from the location and the restaurants appearance you might be hesitant to give it a try. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of food they were serving so when we started this blog we wanted to make sure we gave it an official review.There are 16 different enchiladas on there menu most of them are delicious and unique.There salsa is slightly Italian tasting with less of a cilantro flavor and more of a tomato base. Over all it is flavorful and refreshing said Melanie aka Julia f**king Child. We started our meal with the queso fundido which was nothing to write home about,you're better off ordering the cheese dip it is cheaper and tastes the same minus the ground chorizo.We ordered three enchiladas one with shrimp and scallops with a creamy herb sauce, a goat cheese stuffed enchilada with a ranchero style sauce, and a pork enchilada with a sweet mole sauce and poblano cream. Having eaten here before I've previously ordered these and would suggest them for any first timers. The home made tortillas are really what makes this restaurant special so we also ordered the fish tacos as well. The tacos were a little on the small side but were delicious and filling in the end. The fish was cooked perfect and was topped with shredded cabbage, cilantro and chipotle mayo.There Margaritas do the trick, unlike some Mexican restaurants than skimp on the tequila their half pitchers are big and will give you a buzz. Unfortunately each time we've eaten here business seems slow but hopefully more people will give it a try and enjoy it as much as we do.
Footprints Cafe is a Caribbean restaurant on Grayson Hwy. in Lawrenceville. The decor is really nice, the neon lights give it a night club feel. When we sat down it took awhile to get someone to acknowledge we were there however when we got a server she was very helpful with the menu. The meal started with a sweet Jamaican bread with garlic butter. We ordered the corn fritters as an appetizer but since they were out, we got the cod cakes instead. They were ok, but seemed to resemble a hush puppy more than a fish cake. They are served with tartar sauce or guacamole, we recommend the guacamole. On the table they have a hot sauce that is one of the best I've ever had and went well with the cod cakes and everything else we ordered. For the main course we had the Rasta Pasta with jerk shrimp and coconut curry red snapper and shrimp with beans & rice and mixed veggies. The pasta was creamy and flavorful, the best part was definitely the shrimp which had the best jerk seasoning I've had. The snapper and shrimp were cooked perfectly but i wouldn't suggest the curry, it tasted more like Chinese take out and the coconut flavor was non existent. If I was to order it again I would probably get it jerked. It was relatively expensive but something we would like to try again.