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Tuesday, 23 February 2010



that bathroom door sure looked different!


That is my favorite dish- it allows one to taste several different flavors on one plate!


Wierd about the door. I'd bet the stainless steel makes the door a lot more expensive than a door without it. I wonder if tha facilities served a "dual" purpose at one point? ;)


Hi Kat - It is, isn't it?

Hi Chris - Yes, it does.

Hi Jan - It's only stainless steel lined.... but from a distance it looks like solid stainless steel. Kinda strange.....


This place looks familiar, they serve quantity over quality. Lots of food for the money but I rather enjoy my com tam. Next, what a snob, I know.


Hi Billy - It's still better than what's in SD!


You know what? It's better than nothing here is Tx. LOL
Thanks a lot! ;-)


Hey Bill - That's kinda sad.....

Judy @ TinkerWithFood

OOOOOH! YOU WENT! That's my favorite place for broken rice :)!


It's always an education coming here, I've never been to a broken rice restaurant, but will have to be on the lookout for one. Sounds very interesting.


Hi Judy - Yes, I was in the area a while back.

Hi FH - Many Vietnamese Restaurants have broken rice on the menu. This one just happens to specialize in it.


Dear Kirk,

Whenever you post about Vietnamese food, I never fail to get a craving. My waistline thanks you.



LOL Rosa! Your waistline is most welcome!

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