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Monthly Archive: August 2012

Aug 22

Geisha House, Los Angeles, CA

    Geisha House isn’t a typical restaurant for you to go for sushi because everything is so expensive. We came here on a Monday night when most of the menu is 50% off – from sushi, sashimi, appetizers, and hot entrees. So I felt more at ease ordering a bunch of stuff without burning …

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Aug 14

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, Irvine, CA

    I don’t know why they chose the name “Little Sheep”. There are a lot of other animals on the menu – perhaps Little Cow, Little Chicken, or even Mary Ate A Little Lamb? 😀 Anyhoo, Little Sheep is merely a non-all-you-can-eat version of The Red Pot and Ichi Ichi Fushion Shabu – a Mongolian …

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Aug 08

Pieology Pizzeria, Fullerton, CA

    Do you ever get frustrated when ordering a pizza and having to choose what various toppings or combinations of toppings you can get for a certain price, and then pay $1 more for each additional topping that was not included in the original one? You like that pepperoni and cheese and pineapple pizza …

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Aug 07

Com Tam Tran Quy Cap, Garden Grove, CA

    Com Tam Tran Quy Cap is a Vietnamese restaurant specializing in broken rice dishes. “Com” means rice and “tam” means broken rice grains. Com tam dishes are usually served with grilled pork, either chop or shredded, steamed egg, shredded pork skin (“bi”), along with pickled veggies, drizzled with spicy fish sauce. This picture …

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Aug 06

Seafood Kingdom, Anaheim, CA

    We had yet another big family dinner at Seafood Kingdom in Anaheim. Being from a big family, celebrating each occasion like a birthday or a graduation individually gets exhausting and pricey. So what’s the sensible thing to do? Celebrate everything at once! 😀 Seafood Kingdom isn’t exactly on top of my list but …

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