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Sunday, 29 April 2012



I am surprised that you got thin slices of fish and not much sichuan peppercorns or douban jiang in your boiled fish.

When I have ordered it and usually I go during the week and not on the weekend there was definitely a numbness and rich flavor.

Also I would get thick slices also so not sure maybe it was a different cook?


Too bad about Latin hasn't been the same it seems, since they started offering non-Peruvian food on the menu.

Ooh, is that koi soi???


That kaloko moco is making me sleepy looking at it! A nice Sunday catch up post Kirk. Thanks as always for sharing.


too bad about that fried fish, the last two shots look like a sure thing.


Hi Jeff - We actually went during the week. It sure could have used more peppercorns and bean paste by my taste.

Hi CC - I think not having the owner around a whole lot might play into it as well. And yes, that's koi soi......

Hi Dennis - It sure did try to put me to sleep!

Hi Kat - Yes, those last two dishes did te trick.


That is strange. Every time I have gone there was plenty of peppercorns.


Hi Jeff - Maybe it was an off day.....

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