Tuesday, February 28, 2012


Sunday night, V-Dizz invited me and Roomie to try out a new restaurant in Little Italy.
It's an Asian-Fusion type place called 

Some might say I'm not the most adventurous eater in the world,
{Okay, anyone who's ever had a meal with me would say that}
but I've been trying to make an effort and refrain from saying no
{with my nose pointed high}
without at least tasting it once.
Lest we forget the prawns night??

However the moment I saw Roomie's little slimy friend,
who I kindly named "Ned,"
somehow all sense of "adventure" was quickly forgotten.

Side note: I'm not quite sure how I'm going to survive a week in Korea
when V-Dizz and I go there in May,
but better believe I will not be eating little Ned's and friends.
No, thank you.

I got the Tonkotsu bowl with chicken.
Lots of Ramen noodles, veggies, and a soft-boiled egg in a mushroom broth.
You may be thinking this was a safe and mild choice of eatery.
But I will have you know, the chicken was not all white meat.
I know, I know. I thought it was big of me too.

Was the food good?
Yeah, I think so.
{You'll have to ask Roomie how Ned tasted.}

But what I liked the best was the ambiance.
It's a small little place, but great feel.
I definitely recommend it to you.
Even you picky ones like me.

Happy Tuesday!


  1. Oh wow - those pictures of Ned look crazzy!

  2. I think I may have nightmares about Ned. I'm not really a picky eater...but YIKES. I think I just became one.

  3. That's pretty much my biggest fear of travelling in China, Korea, etc.....the food! As a gal who doesn't eat any meat or seafood...I'm just not so sure.

    We had a friend from Taiwan send us moon cake before. I took a bite, expecting a sweet, only to discover some weird meaty pastry.



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