Food Court Pt. 1

April 29, 2011

Today we ate at an authentic Asian food court. Odd thing is, these food court restaurants don’t try to force samples down your throat like they do in the States. You know those Japanese restaurants I’m talking about? The ones right next to Sbarros? Yeah. Those ones. I don’t want your chicken, sir.

7 oclock-General Tso's Chicken; 11oclock-Green beans; High noon-Something dealing with flour? It was good; 2 oclock- Crispy Pickled Cucumber (not quite a pickle); 4 oclock-fried egg.  The meal came with Rice with diced sweet potato, and oyster soup.

7 oclock-General Tso's Chicken; 11oclock-Green beans; High noon-Something dealing with flour? It was good; 2 oclock- Crispy Pickled Cucumber (not quite a pickle); 4 oclock-fried egg. The meal came with Rice with diced sweet potato, and oyster soup.

And all of this for under $5!

Oyster Soup. And so close to an 'R'-less month.

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