@attran99 ditto to his dad’s curry sauce recipe and the pad thai there is tasty!!! All the wok noodles are good, and his aunt Mango sticky rice is very comforting. I would come back and eat those Thai food again if I’m out that way.
The supreme noodles are bland af imo
pie from pizza wagon
Oops, never tried that one, sorry @Ns1 I only had pad Thai and pad see ew I’m fired!
It seems like they’re raising the price of the fried chicken dish every other week. Last night it was $31.
Also $55 for 3 prawns. $29 for bluefin tostada with no uni. I get they’re sourcing the best but that’s a little much no?
This is how I feel every time I visit Anajak
@formersushichef I don’t go up there enough to notice their changes. Thank you for the updates! Didn’t have enough motivation to drive over there for fried chicken still tho I drive anywhere from 4-17hrs for dinners… for some of my favorite chefs
lol what is the resto u drove furthest for?
I guess it would be Addison, but I made a weekend out of it.
@rohto not for Addison It’s good, but not my ideal type somehow Everyone will enjoy it more than me I moved down to San Diego fulltime for a year to enjoy it wholeheartedly, not just a weekend. Highly recommend San Diego as a city. Lots of food, produce and farm studies for science lol
@set0312 I drove from downtown San Diego to The Harbor House Inn (Elk, CA) and back with one stop each side for snacks, and some gas stops. I think that was the furthest drive within a day (after the pandemic lockdown).
*I like driving for things I love and I don’t wanna play Russian Roulette with food
Go to a Chinese seafood spot and get it steamed, 3 is around $35 or so (if not more depending on the season). So $55 at a restaurant paying proper labor costs isn’t too far off.
don’t sleep on whatever is the wok fried veggie of the day.
May the odds be ever in your favor, these are gonna go faaaast.
Scored the Friday @ 7 by some miracle.
Will report back!
Nice, I just got Friday at 5. So many different confirmations to click through.
Will high five on our way in