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Monday, 09 July 2012

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kat

go Missus! :)

Wandering Chopsticks

I was just here a few weeks ago. Got the Lao sausages with jeow that was soooo good. Curried fried fish and steak salad was good too, but I had to get a second helping of the jeow to go.

Kirk

LOL Kat!

Hi WC - We need to get up here more often!

Sandy

"She had a new pair of Christian Loubitouns and I was going to get my Lao food. How's that for a trade off?" So what's the problem - everyone's happy! :-)

Kirk

Hi Sandy - Maybe I should have aimed higher??? ;o)

ed (from Yuma)

Looks good. And reminds me that on our last trip to SD, I finally got Tina to Asia Cafe, so she got to try Nam Khao etc. Luckily there is no fancy shoe store in that area.

Faye

The raw shrimp salad reminds me of the one I had at Sab E Lee. I had a hard time eating it b/c i didn't realize it was COMPLETELY raw - and I was SOOOO worried about the quality of the shrimp (not that it was bad quality but I was nervous about where they purchased the shrimp). Does it matter the quality of the shrimp (would you buy the raw shrimp from Ralphs vs Marukai?).

Jenne

oh, Nem Khao!! I think I'm just going to alternate that with Hiyashi Chuka every day for the rest of the summer. I'm sure it'll be good for me? Right?

Kirk

Hi ED - Well, I think that you need to take Tina to South Coast Plaza on the way to Vientiane Thai - Lao.....

Hi Faye - Well, I'd read about quite a bit about the raw shrimp salad there and I trust the cooks at Sab E Lee.....if you want to stretch out, you will sometimes have to give yourself over to the chef/restaurant. Popular places that serve dishes all the time and have regular customers aren't in the business of poisoning their clientele...well at least not on purpose.

Hi Jan - Somehow, I don't think that would fly with the Missus.....

Hi Jenne - You'll be eating like a champ! ;o)

Carol

The raw shrimp salad is a new one for me. Going up to Dana Point in a couple of weeks and I might be able drag everyone up to GG to try this place.

Kirk

Hi Carol - It's pretty much the same as traditional naked shrimp. It's pretty good. Hope you get the chance to check this place out.

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