Friday, July 28, 2006

No-Name Malysian Noodles

I haven't been posting much, but let me tell you, I've certainly been eating. A friend, P, from culinary school arrived here in Los Angeles for a visit last week. We have only just begun our exmaination of restaurants in the LA area. I've surprised myself at being able to find my way from one destination to another! We've also been eating well at home, enoying Udon noodles in dashis broth, grilled beef ribs with sambal-olek yam fries, bowls of rice and sushi, smoked cheddar and onion omlettes... I could go on. Let me just say this: with the two of us combined, G has never eaten better (and neither have I). The bottom line is: there are no pictures of the food we've created over the last week. Between the beach and trips to Hollywood, food blogging is the last thing on my mind.

However, and few days ago I took P to see the LA farmer's market, where we laughed about the grocery-store produce and ate lunch at a cute Malaysian stall.





Ha! I can't remember what my dish was called! It was number 10 though! Basically stir-fried noodles with onion flakea and chicken. I had a great view of a poster for Laksa, which is what I really should have had (I didn't notice it before ordering).

Stay tuned for some pictures of our trip to Roscoe's chicken and Waffles.

2 comments:

Sara said...

I can't wait to hear about Roscoe's. I've wanted to try chicken and waffles for a while now.

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