They set up a little grill on the table and brought each one of the delicacies out raw, on individual plates. The grill had a little moat around it where we could stew noodles and veggies - delicious! One by one, we added each meat to the grill. They were sliced very finely, so it didn't take more than a few minutes to cook. Ostrich surprisingly tasted more gamey, almost like venison than bird. Pretty good. Kangaroo was the same, good but gamey. The frog legs tasted like chicken for the most part, but I had a hard time getting past the fact that it was frog. Not sure if it was just in my head, but it just tasted slimy. The Snake was the worst of the bunch, not because it tasted bad, just that it was really tough and chewy. I would sit chewing it for 10 minutes and still just have to swallow the piece whole. Crocodile was the best and Lorraine ordered a second helping of it, which I didn't mind in the least. It reminded me of tender pork.
All in all I was very happy with the meal and proud of myself for trying something so new and different. I'll tell you one thing, I will be trying the alligator next when I finally land home in Florida in October :) Oh, and the 0.50 cent beers that came with our meal were thoroughly enjoyed as well!
Chris and Lorraine, this is for you...My doors have all locked since I've left you ;-)