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  • Psst…I know this hole in the wall Indian restaurant that makes some seriously flavorful, spicy dishes. The biryani bursts with cardamom, ginger, clove and many other spices. Comes with fall off the bone tender curried chicken, but you’ll have to dig for it under the rice. 😜 (at Dosa & Curry CafΓ©)

    A relaxing custom loose tea made of rose, osmanthus, peppermint, lemon balm, lavender and chamomile. Apple turnover and raspberry cream pastry NOT optional. πŸŒΉπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸ˜‹

    I used to volunteer in the kitchen at a temple and they would sometimes make (and sell) the most amazing vegetarian bun rieu (crab noodle soup). Young tofu is used to substitute for the crab texture, and it is wonderful in its own right. That temple is now too big and important to make bun rieu, but this place here is the closest I’ve found to the memory of that bowl. This place has a single long table and is meant more for to go orders than dine in—and this is one of the places where I get fresh tofu to make an assortment of dishes at home. (at An Dong Tofu)

    The best part is the sauce mixed with the red roe and generously sauced over cool cucumber. What a fantastic mix of hot, cold, crunchy, and savory sauce. Wonderful tom kho tau here. (at Bun Mam Ha Tien)

    Highway traffic right next to us, power lines above, yet this is supposedly one of the best places to fish—right near the bridge and dam. Oops this was supposed to be a secret. πŸ™Š (at Santa Nella California)

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