Johnny Mango’s

I ate at Johnny Mango’s. In my com­pli­cat­ed in­ner ra­tio of quan­ti­ty and taste ver­sus price they score very high­ly. It al­so helped that I’d not had much to eat be­fore­hand. I plowed through my plate like those dogs in kib­ble com­mer­cials. Well, maybe not that bad. I got the Mushroom, Tomato, Garlic Burrito Big Plate and we had fried plan­tains for our ap­pe­tiz­er. The whole meal was what my friend Macalister was talk­ing about last week, a quest for the per­fect bite. I’m sure I’ll head back there some­time, most like­ly on a night not quite so busy.

3 thoughts on “Johnny Mango’s

  1. Adam,

    I was plan­ning to have din­ner there last night. Got my­self all ready even had a map, don’t laugh at me for that, I get lost with or with­out directions…anyway at the last mo­ment I changed my mind. Shows that some­times it is best to stick to your orig­i­nal plan. It feels much bet­ter to know you had a re­al meal.

  2. Good luck on find­ing the Mango not busy 😉 THough I imag­ine a Sat or so is ex­tro­d­i­nar­i­ly busy, they are of­ten *hop­ping*

    Their fried plan­tains are amaz­ing 🙂 The one thing off their dish I wasn’t able to crib and learn to make at home. But I think that’s due to my lim­i­ta­tion of “no deep fry­ing”

    I should have known you like them. Genevieve and I usu­al­ly split a big plate and 1 oth­er side. So I should have fig­ured that would be a good por­tion size for you 😉

  3. i like john­ny mango’s. i live a lit­tle bit away, but i like to eat there when i’m in that neck of the woods. i am a veg­e­tar­i­an and they al­ways have great op­tions for me. plus they make a tasty mo­ji­to!

Comments are closed.