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Wednesday, 18 November 2009


ed (from Yuma)

I'm starting to drool too - just reading about that food.


Hey Vicky - Looks great! We love Muslim Chinese....though it always throws me off when they add "seafood" to the end of the restaurant names (i.e. Hunan Seafood - when the province never touches the ocean)


Hi Vicky, all the dishes look so good! I lived in Milpitas/San Jose for several years before moving down to SD. But it's been years since I've been back up. This will definitely be a place I'll visit if I ever get back up there.


I'm going to Milpitas for our annual Thanksgiving with my parents. We are SO there next Wednesday!!!

Vicky (SF Bay Area)

@ ed - I have a bad habit of reading and oogling at food blogs before lunch.
@Kirk - I agree! It's quite strange!
@Carol - I hope you did get a chance to eat at Darda before you left!
@Janfrederick - YAY!!! :) They also have a bunch of really good dishes... just hard to order a lot when its two of us!


ooh, I missed the addition of Bay Area coverage - very cool, especially cuz it's way closer to me! Looks delicious.

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