My Favorite Restaurant
I was driving down the road back from school and I was feeling very hungry. I couldn’t even think properly, all I wanted to do was to gobble down Mexican food. I could almost taste the chicken fajitas and the smell the roasted meat while I was driving my car.
As I parked in the parking lot and got out of my car I could clearly see the restaurant. There was a big sign outside slightly tilting to the left as it hung over the entrance and boldly read lent special. From the windows outside I could see inside and it didn’t seem to be all that crowded. At the entrance of El Solazo there was bronze statue of a pudgy monk sitting crossed legged with his belly building out and with a huge smile on his face.
Just as I stepped inside El Solazo my ears filled with sound of the booming noises of the costumers. The people were obviously sounded like they were having a good time with all the laughing and charter. The music was just perfect; my favorite singer was playing, Marc Anthony. I took a seat at my usual table; I didn’t even need to look at the menu. I was approached by a waitress who had the sweetest sounding voice I had ever heard.
After I had placed my order and I sat at the chair waiting for my food. I took a sip of my water with a slice of lemon, I then took a deep breath and the most wonderful yet familiar aroma filled my nostrils. I couldn’t place it but it smelt a little like the chicken fajitas. I kept taking deep breaths and turning my head to see where this delicious aroma was emanating. Sure enough there it was my platter of chicken fajitas and rice being brought in by the waitress and it was mine to devour.
The wonderful sounding waitress laid down the food and reminded me to leave some room for desert. Right then desert was the last thing on my mind, all I wanted was just eat. I put the first in my mouth and wow it tasted GREAT. The salt wasn’t too much and the seasonings were just great. The rice...