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Monday, 16 March 2009

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sawyer

awesome...now i know to call honda ya a "robotayaki" instead of a place for yakitori, thanks! i was trying to look for the word to describe it too a while back. everything looks soo good. esp. the duck breast.

Kirk

Hi Sawyer - Actually Honda-ya is an Izakaya that has grilled items....I know it gets kinda complicated...

kat

we have a restaurant nearby called aburi raku too, I don't think they are related but their food is great too. can't wait to hear about part 2.

Cathy

Raod trip for me and The Mister! Soon...

nhbilly

I should of read this post after lunch oatmeal sure doesn't sound good now and my stomach is protesting for some grill meats.

Judy Lee

HAHAHAHAHAHA... Another oatmeal eater! I'm pretending that my oatmeal is wakame and the sliced bananas are uni and the splash of milk is the light dashi broth... not working...

Carol

Wow, I can only stare at my oatmeal now. Poo. This was awesome! That stuffed corn is so interesting! It's been 8 years since I've been to Vegas. I think I to take a road trip soon.

janfrederick

Yah, I always try to get through my oatmeal before dropping by.

So, regarding the Sashimi Salad, did you say, "I TOLD you so!"? ;)

Our friends treated us to a nice meal on Sunday that featured a Binchōtan grill. My first time. It was a lot of fun and the coals were just lovely.

foodhoe

wow the uni looked great and I've never seen corn prepared like that!

Little Miss Contrary

YUM--I'm so excited for part 2! Mr. Tall and I are going to Vegas at the end of April, and we will definitely check out Lotus of Siam and Raku!

Kirk

Hi Kat - Maybe anything with the name Aburi Raku makes great food!

Hey Cathy - Raku is worth checking out.

Hi Billy - Oatmeal.... ;o)

Hi Judy - Oh my goodness...Oatmeal eaters of the world unite!

Hi Carol - I think I need to run a poll asking how many readers eat oatmeal. I think I'll be surprised at the outcome.

Hi Jan - You too, eh? I've been married long enough to know NOT to the the "I told you so thing....."

Hi FH - Neither have we.... It was really good.

Hi LMC - Both are worth checking out.

The Office Goat

::looks up at "value pak" of oatmeal packets above desk ... sighs:
:-/

>Foie Gras Chawanmushi anyone?


::passes out::

Kirk

Hey ToG - Man, you've been in fine form recently! ;o)

Jeffrey C

Kirk,
Long time since last comment. Happy Lunar New Year to you and the Missus and the gang.
Thanks for the gentle reminder of such a quality place as this. I'll have to try this out when I visit the parents.

Kirk

Hi Jeffrey - It's so nice to hear from you! I hope you and the family had a great New Year! I didn't know your parents live in Vegas, I hope you and the Missus have a chance to check Raku out.

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