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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

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Lynnea

that is an incredible array of dishes! makes for a serious banquet.

Dennis

Wow they do keep coming don't they! The third to the last tofu dish looks marvelous.

kat

hope your foot is okay now. what an eating experience!

caninecologne

whoa, that's a lot of food!!!! what was that big round thing?

Cliff

This. Looks. Legendary. The banquet at least. I'm not sure if that's applicable to the cliffhanger of your foot :) [or should it be a frowny face :( ]

Kirk

Hi Lynnea - Yes, that's a major variety.

Hi Dennis - It was just meh.....

Hi Kat - It is... sort of.

Hi CC - You don't mean the soy sauce egg, do you?

LOL Cliff - I did survive after all.

MikeW

the picture with the chicken wing looked like they scraped last nights banquet left overs into a single plate lol cherries, bitter melon and corn ... interesting combo

Carol

I think that's a great way to sample so many things but too bad all the bao/dumplings/etc. were cold.

Faye

Wow! That was alot of food! How was the zongzi?? Any suggestions on a place that serves them here in SD? It's been forever since I've had one.

Can't believe they served the baos/dumplings cold!!

kirbie

That's too bad that not all the food was great. It looks like so much fun and so many dishes!

caninecologne

kirk - so that's what it was. thanks. it looked huge but i guess my sense of scale is all tweaked.

Sandy

Is there a foot massage post coming up?

The soy sauce egg looked like an eggplant. I guess it was just an extreme close-up. So where did this snack banquet fall in the price?

SK

I really love the idea of a snack banquet-- too bad the execution wasn't a little better

Jason

Reminds me of a korean meal in south korea, where the entire table is filled with banchan.

Kirk

Hi Mike - Actually, there's a pretty famous Nanjing Wing Tip snack......

Hi Carol - It was too much mediocre stuff...

Hi Faye - No place for good zongzi in San Diego I'm afraid.

Hi Kirbie - It's fun concept.

Hi CC - I think it was the angle of my photo.

Hi Sandy - Sorry to say, a bit more than a foot massage......

Hi SK - It's food for the tourist masses with little quality control.

Hi Jason - That's a nice analogy....

foodhoe

I'm coming in after the fact, what happened to your foot? That sucks to be traveling with a foot problem... I love snacks and the idea of a banquet of snacks is irresistible! What was the price for all those dishes?

Kirk

Hi FH - If I recall, less than $20 US, which is kinda pricey from China.... stay tuned for the foot update!

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