Part two of the trip, like most of my trip recaps, is all about the food.
The bed and breakfast served incredible food. It was all healthy, but tasted incredible. I didn’t get enough photos! But I’m sure there will be a next time. At least I took photos of the view.
After we went to “apple fest” and had lattes, we went to an Irish pub that I’d actually been to years ago. We got amazing cheese! And beer!
Another pub we visited was just down the street. I didn’t care too much for the main course I ordered, but the hummus appetizer was great.
The best meal we had, though, was at a place called Mikuna Kitchen. This place was tiny. And it was the most expensive meal we had in the Poconos (mostly because we ordered so many different things to share). But the food was some of the best I’ve ever had. They were inventive and incredible. I wish there were restaurants like this near home!
I started out with some mango juice, and we split spinach empanadas.
And then, maybe the best salad we’ve ever tasted. Unfortunately, I forget the details. But look! I even animated my first photo because I loved it so much.
Curried clams, which I wasn’t sure were a good idea, but ended up being my absolute favorite. And a few other dishes that P. ordered and we shared.
And that’s that! Pretty good eats for just a few days. I can’t wait to get back to Mikuna Kitchen and do some more exploring.