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Thursday, 30 April 2009



happy family is kind of korean-chinese style food.
If you like spicy, you should try their spicy seafood noodle (Jjam pong) or their black bean sauce noodle (Jja jaang myun). These two noodle menu are very popular in korean-chinese.

The Office Goat

Wow, that roll is out of control! Looks to be worth a visit.


Funny all the times I've been to Zion to shop, I've never eaten there. That sure is a lot of crunch on the Crunchy roll. Everything looks good. I'll have to remember to eat first and then shop next time!


Thank you for explaining to me, Serena. I added to the post and I will be back soon to try the black bean and spicy seafood noodles. Welcome to the blog.
Lots of food, TOG.
Carol, have to just stop. Wherever and whenever you see something. Generally it turns out to be good. Generally.:)


I miss the old Happy Meal, especially the spicy pork and the generous panchan. I tried Happy Family a few months after they took over and was disapointed. Might give them another try one of these days.


Yes, Denver, I enjoyed both the spicy pork and the chirashi at Happy Meal (depending on the outside weather). It is good now, although different. I really like the soups.


oh that looks good, I love your chernobyl roll!


Thanks for reading and getting the humor, FH! :)


And don't miss the amazing red bean doughnuts (and other delicious items) at the bakery inside Zion.


I love the bakery at Zion, Marc. Always something fresh and interesting. Will try the red bean donuts next time.

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