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American Gastronomy: Quadruple Cheese Dog & Mushroom Melt Hamburger at Tequila’s Diner in Shizuoka City!

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Service: Shy but very friendly
Equipment & Facilities: Good general cleanliness
Prices: Reasonable to slightly expensive but very good value
Strong points: Tex-Mex gastronomy of superior quality. Doubles up as bar in evenings

Since QUIZOXY seems to be so interested here are two more American specialties I had the pleasure to savor the past week:

1) QUADRUPLE CHEESE DOG

knowing that the owner is bike fan I was wondering if this was a relic of one of his accidents…
Actually it got burnt by accident in the kitchen!

The hot dog as introduced on the menu: Cheese Dog!

Yummy-looking, isn’t it?

A touch of class in the appetizers: Home-smoked duck and corn salad!

The half-foot long sausage in the oven-baked hot dog covered with cheese and the French fries (as they say in the States!)!

Now, the big difference is that the sausages are exclusively home-made, not some cheap canned stuff!

I can assure that the sausage alone would be reason enough to visit Tequila7s Diner!

Not to mention the spicy French fries!

2) MUSHROOM MELT HAMBURGER

The mushroom melt hamburger as announced on the menu!

WOW!
No real need to comment here!

Another touch of class in the appetizers: Home-marinated sardine and coleslaw salad!

Now that hamburger was just too big to eat with my hands. I savored it with fork and knife!

A closer view of the hamburger!

the mushroom melt!
I couldn’t resist eating it separately!

For a closer view!

plenty of fresh local vegetables to accompany the 100% beef patties!

The last picture to show you the cross section!

To be continued… You bet!

TEQUILA’S DINER
420-0035 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Shichiken Cho, 8-6 (near Aoba Park Street), ACT 7, 1F
Tel.: 054–255-7595
Business hours: 12:00~14:00, 18:00~24:00
Closed on Wednesdays
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