When I went Los Angeles last August for the last leg of my US trip I stayed with my cousin Sidney in Valencia which was about 30 minutes from L.A.
Unfortunately when I arrived his family was still on vacation in Napa. Good thing I had yaya Lorna for company. We went to the nearby Red Lobster for dinner. The first and last time I ate there was more than ten years ago.
I couldn’t believe it when Lorna said they’ve never eaten at Red Lobster before considering it was so near their house. The place was full when we arrived at 7 pm. We had to wait for about 15 minutes for a table.
The main reason I wanted to eat at Red Lobster was my memory of their awesome biscuits. I wanted to see if it was as good as I remembered. The warm cheddar bay biscuits were given free before your entree arrives.
My first bite of the cheesey, buttery, garlicky soft yet flaky warm biscuits was even better than I remembered. They were really one of the best biscuits ever. I don’t know why they give it away for free when I would happily pay for it. Lorna and I easily finished the first basket of biscuits. We asked for more and took those home. I wanted to eat more but I was getting full already.
cheddar bay biscuits
I love nachos. I love lobster. When I saw lobster nachos on the menu I immediately ordered it. Whoever thought of this combination is a genius. It was fabulous! I didn’t miss greasy beef at all. Not that this was healthier with all that cheese and sour cream.
lobster nachos $9.99
Tortilla chips topped with langostino lobster meat, creamy Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese, fresh pico de gallo, jalapeño peppers and sour cream.
The next time I go to the US I’m definitely going to Red Lobster again to binge on the yummy biscuits.
27524 The Old Road
Valencia, CA 91355
telephone: (661) 257-8900