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Rated: ASR · Book · Entertainment · #977405
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#825407 added August 15, 2014 at 2:02pm
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Restaurant Review
Prompt: You were hired by YELP, to write a restaurant review about an amazing restaurant in your city. Give us some examples of things you liked and disliked in your review. Convince us this is the place to go.

I am not good at food reviews but here goes. Kelseys serves great food that tastes good and the meals are always nice and warm. My favorites:

Shrimp: They are huge and friend. They are golden brown and served with cocktail sauce. They melt in your mouth. They are so soft.

Twice baked potatoes: Baked potatoes with garlic, chives and real moist. A superb flavor.

Nicely fresh, warm baked bread. It is still warm when it gets to your table. A nice wheat taste.

Onion Soup: Broth, onions and a big onion in the middle. Good soup.

Potato Soup: Potatoes that are moist and is loaded with onions, cheese and a some bacon bits.

Vegetables: Boiled carrots, onions, peas and little tiny corn cobs. Good but not the best part of the meal.

Desserts: Chocolate Brownie, Snickerdoodles Cake, Chocolate Cheesecake, a dessert shaped like a cow with chocolate coating, chocolate mousse, whipped cream and chocolate cake.

They have steaks. I don't like steak or eat it. They look good if you like steak and are huge.

Wine selection. I don't drink wine.

Chicken but I don't order chicken. It looks good.

Fish Platter: Golden fried shrimp, crab leg, crab patty and salmon. I don't like the crab leg or crab patty.

This is all I can tell you.

Girl and a white Tiger. Beautiful.

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