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Tuesday, 18 August 2009

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kat

too bad it didn't meet up

Christine

We love restauants that give a complementary bowl of broth when you order a dry noodle dish/rice dish. It makes the dining experience feel a bit like home (for my family anyway).

Can't wait for you to go back to try the Phnom Penh noodles. We either get our fix when we make it (my parents were raised in Cambodia) or when we visit Montreal. Mm....

nhbilly

Shoot, my wife would just dig the noodles she would probably not bother eating the rest. What a disappointment.

Judy @ TinkerWithFood

Too bad those dumplings weren't good... cuz they sure do LOOK like they would taste good :(. Happy Hump-Day!

Kirk

Hi Kat - At least that pork soup was good!

Hi Christine - I'll definitely go back when the weather is a bit cooler.

Hi Billy - Those noodles were good.

Hi Hudy - I hope you had a great hump day too!

foodhoe

Hmmm, I didn't know you even had an option of ordering soup noodles dry! Good to know. Too bad about those dumplings, hard is never a good descriptive for dumplings...

Kirk

Hi FH - Yes, in many of these types of places you can order the noodle soups "dry"...works out well during hot weather!

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