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Buffet!

With the cuzs, P&B. 100 Sails fka Prince Court.

Tried 100 Sails for lunch after they first renovated. It was okay. 😐

The cuzs have eaten there several times and put their stamp of approval. Plus our (and their’s) longtime servers from Hakone transferred over.

First Plate

A nice (IMHO) balance of meat and veggies.

Of course, if there is prime rib … Hee hee.

Prime Rib

Chef was just finishing up a roast, The Mouse scored the end cuts, so tasty. 🙂

Second Plate

Poke, lomi salmon, hamachi sashimi with shiso leaves, braised shortrib, Brussel sprouts with bacon, cauliflower salad, shoyu wasabi (for the sashimi).

Restaurant has greatly improved since our first try.

Thanks P&B, great meal and conversation.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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First an update. The “no feet soup” did jell just a bit, with the thinnest lay of fat on the top. Not really photogenic, so no picture.

The neighborhood Ruby Tuesday is running a promotion for June, bring in a can of food for the food bank, and the restaurant knocks off $5.00 the check.

Since yesterday was a holiday for The Mouse …

Veggie Trio

Green beans, zucchini, baked potato. The order comes with “all you can eat” salad bar.

The Mouse’s salad bar plate

So, The Mouse, being pake, filled up on the salad bar, and took home the potato and zucchini for another day. Appears The Mouse is not the only one with this strategy, read it in an online food article too. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Not a Typo

Intrigued by the pictures and reviews on Yelp, tried here for lunch today.

Noren

Noren

Why hang Japanese kitchen curtains in a “Chinese” restaurant? Dunno, maybe it’s cheaper than hanging doors.

And who came up with the name? Sigh.

Anyway, the two signs outside enticed The Mouse.

OK ...

OK …

 

Even Better

Even Better

With the discount, price not much more than a “decent” plate lunch, and drinks and dessert included. The pake in The Mouse smiles.

What piqued The Mouse’s interest was the pictures and comments on their char siu and roast pork. So, The Mouse’s first plate.

Roast Pork, Char Siu, Stir-Fried Napa Cabbage, Pot Stickers, Broccoli

Roast Pork, Char Siu, Stir-Fried Napa Cabbage, Pot Stickers, Broccoli

Hmm. Roast pork was decent, can’t compare to still on the hook in Chinatown, but passable. The char siu? Meh. But (almost) any char siu is better than none.

Egg Fu Yung, Deep Fried Tofu, Kung Pao Chicken, Beef Stew, More Roast Pork

Egg Fu Yung, Deep Fried Tofu, Beef Broccoli,  Kung Pao Chicken, Beef Stew, Mapo Tofu, More Roast Pork

Everything on the plate was serviceable, the surprise was the beef stew, must’ve been a really cheap cut of meat, but simmered for a loooooong time, “almost like buttah”. The cartiledge, fat, and little bit of meat melding together into a little bite of ahhh!

There was also a salad bar, but nothing for The Mouse to want to give up limited tummy space for.

Egg Drop Soup

Egg Drop Soup

Was okay, too much corn starch.

Coconut Tapioca

Coconut Tapioca

 

Mung Bean Dessert Soup

Mung Bean Dessert Soup

The mung bean soup was pretty good.

Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate Pudding

All in all, not bad, not the greatest, but not bad. The restaurant has a contract with one of the Chinese airlines to feed the flight crew after all. Good thing there’s a Kama‘aina discount. Probably would feel different at full price.

Soda and tea included.

Try try.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Nutin’ fancy, no caviar, no wine, etc. It’s The Cat’s busy season. V-Day dinner is postponed.

The Mouse did a little more eating than usual tho’.

It kinda started the day before, students were having a bake sale on campus for one of their endeavors.

The Mouse picked up a treat.

Rum Cake

Rum Cake

And yes, The Mouse shared it with The Cat. 🙂

Lunch was multi-course.

Fruits, Mushrooms, Cucumber Salad

Fruits, Mushrooms, Cucumber Salad

Dunno what it is, The Mouse has been scarfing mushrooms at any chance lately.

Turkey Sandwich

Turkey Sandwich

From the cold table. minimally dressed with mayo, tiny bit of onions, tomato, and pickles.

Multen Lava Cake

Molten Lava Cake

Wasn’t hot, but still good.

After all that eating, The Mouse ate “light”.

Maple Bacon Donut

Maple Bacon Donut

The Mouse had stopped in at Donut King in the morning to pick up donut holes for the office, and since he was there … Hee hee.

Didn’t get a chance to eat it during the day. Brought it home for “dinner”. “Life’s too short, eat dessert first”. 🙂

The Cat wanted something warm, squishy, and soupy.

The Cat's Boiled Dinner

The Cat’s Boiled Dinner

Seaweed, fried tofu, sweet potato, and edamame. Salt to taste.

Chefs gave The Cat and The Mouse a little something to nibble on.

The Box

The Box

Two chocolate dipped strawberries.

Perishable. Must. Eat. Now.

Perishable. Must. Eat. Now.

Hope your Tuesday went well.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Bash the Ornament

Appears to be a campus tradition.

Sponsored by the Administration (The Brothers)

Sponsored by the Administration (The Brothers)

Pick an ornament off the tree.

Chance 'um

Chance ‘um

One of the brothers helps to break the ornament.

A Tenner

A Tenner

Take the money inside.

Buffet Lunch

Buffet Lunch

Also sponsored by the administration of brothers.

Potato salad, fried rice, squash casserole, fruit, fish, chicken.

Chocolate Raspberry Cake

Chocolate Raspberry Cake

The Mouse was still full at dinner.

Celery Tops on Buttered Bread

Celery Tops on Buttered Bread

Crunch, crunch, chew, chew. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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