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May 12, 2011
October 25, 2003
The Chef's Special Omelet sounded good, so we split one. It ended up that it really was enough for both of us. The omelet was jam-packed with bacon, sausage, mushrooms, onion, bell peppers, and tomatoes. It was coupled with some well-seasoned home-fried potatoes, which were delicious also. With juice for me and milk for my wife, we only spent $8 and were set for the morning's activities. We wanted to go back and try lunch sometime, but never got around to it. I guess there is always next time.
From journal Seeing the sights of San Fran
Colorado Springs, Colorado
October 21, 2003
From journal 56th IETF conference - 3/16/03
Bayside, New York
October 25, 2001
I ordered Edamame for starters, and between the 2 of us, we polished off the entire plate. Edamame are boiled soybeans in their pods, which are lightly salted and served as an appetizer. Great stuff, and in most cities, I'd say you can find them at green grocers. This was followed by avocado maki rolls which also disappeared fairly quickly. We had udon soba with slices of pork and brown rice which was served with soup broth which I emptied into the bowl of rice. The whole thing was quite tasty and took care of our appetities very adequately.
The restaurant is quite small and simple, but the food is fresh and prepared as you wait. If you are in a hurry, don't order anything hot, or skip this place alltogether. San Francisco, most likely, has the greatest number of Japanese and Thai restaurants per square foot than any other city. They had green tea and vanilla ice cream for dessert but we skipped.
From journal From Sea to Shining Sea