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Tuesday, 18 October 2016



I'm interested in that Taiwanese sausahes with raw garlic slices. The shaved snow dessert looks good as well. I've never visited any of the locations but would give it a try.


Sounds like a place I'd like to visit.


The sausage has a really nice flavor, cc. It's steamed and just has that fresh taste that goes with a thin slice of garlic. There's one location on El Cajon Blvd at College Ave (SW corner) that would be closest for you. The 'sour plum' flavor on the ice is like prune juice, which I really like.
You would like it, Bill. Casual enough to just get a beverage, but also some really nice meals.

Ed (from Yuma)

That looks good and interesting. Thanks.


It's a nice place, Ed. The majority of customers are younger than us and fill up the tables in the evenings. For a nice daytime respite, it's just right, with a good quality and quiet setting.

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