bo la lot and bo nuong mo chai banh uot from vietnam house. they are famous for their bo bay mon (7 courses of beef banquet) but offer the dishes a la carte as well.
it was my first time having banh uot and at first it though, “i need to order more food.” but then with all the veggies and the rolling i was perfectly satisfied by the end of the meal whereas jason was impossibly full from his com tam nem nuong.
i don’t know why vietnamese food (beyond pho and banh mi) isn’t more popular. it’s perfect for people who want both veggies and delicious grilled and fried goodies.
i get a slice from two boots all the time but until now i haven’t been happy with their vegetarian options and their meat pizzas are supermeaty. can’t a girl get veggies with one meat? i love the tony clifton but i can’t get get that every time and i don’t really think of onion, shiitake, and red pepper as real vegetables.
This was an unnamed special with artichokes, spinach and white sauce. and the best part, small knobs of tangy goat cheese. please make this a regular guys!
my main reason to go to hollywood is to go to muji. i was really excited because they were the first us store to have food but when i got there it was only 4 items. i got three of them. the mikan candy is AMAZING.
jason’s pad see eww from pa-ord. even “mild” it was way too spicy for him so we ended up taking it home and he ate all of our pad woon sen appetizer, which was ok because the portions are very generous.