Welcome back to the blog named mmm-yoso!!! Today, Kirk is almost back from His vacation. ed (from Yuma) is working . Cathy is blogging about another meal.
Kirk has blogged about this place and Mr. C has been here a lot, and I took both of their suggestions in mind when I ordered.
By ordering the Sieu Sieu chow mein, not crispy. (Something neither of them had recommended)
Noodles, bean sprouts, onion, shrimp, chicken, beef, BBQ pork. Plenty of food on this plate. I am unsure what is the difference between 'Sieu Sieu' and the 'combination' chow mein.
Good food. Lots of noodles. Not too spicy, but a good flavor to everything. There were leftovers for Mr. C to enjoy at work this evening.
The very large bowl of beef stew/soup with tendon, egg noodles, dumplings, broccoli and onion.
Very very very good, flavorful. The soft gelatinous tendon was a wonderful treat. The beef was very flavorful and tender. The egg noodles were perfect. Lots of noodles.
Along with a blurry cross section photo of one of the dumplings. Filled with ground pork. Very very good.
Oh yes. Our appetizer. One pound of roast pork.
Oh the (just right)crispy skin and tender, flavorful meat. It was wonderful. There was a good amount of pickled cabbage on the side.
Even though we did not finish all of our food, Mr. C said he wanted pie for dessert.
Coc0's is across the street. We walked over.
Mr. C chose the banana cream pie, a bit flat in appearance, but excellent in flavor of the filling and the crust was light and flaky.
I chose the "pie of the month" for May: lemon meringue. Excellent meringue, excellent crust, tart, lemony filling.
We each had coffee. Then Mr. C went to work, with the leftover chow mein.
Excellent lunch. Thanks, Mr. C (and Kirk) for letting me know about Sieu Sieu.
Sieu Sieu BBQ 7420 Clairmont Mesa Blvd. San Diego 92111