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All the News That's Fit to Eat - April 25

All the News That's Fit to Eat - April 25

It's Wednesday food section news round up time! Here are some of my favorite stories today:

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madison63 madison63 8 years
Wagamama wasn't very good in terms of their food although their interior was very creative. I found their noodles to be bland and dry. Andaman - I agree with you on that Busaba Eat Thai is much better.
andaman andaman 8 years
Sorry it might have been five years, I've lost counts..
andaman andaman 8 years
About three year ish, by Alan Yau, the same owner as wagamama (and hakkasan) ..:) David speaks Thai as well..I've met him. He's good!
Food Food 8 years
I just like the idea of having a noodlehouse in that style, you don't really see that here much - i used to live in cambridge and there was actually a really great noodlehouse below my flat, such a treat! - and finally, how long has busaba eat thai been there? I think i've been!
andaman andaman 8 years
Yum I know you used to live in UK (possibly in london), wagamama isn't that hot. I think it is okay for what it is trying to sell. Alan Yau is clever but you have to try Busaba Eat Thai! It's good man..:) David Thompson is overseeing the menu. He knows what he's doing quite well.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Jen - I love the ceviche from this one particular restaurant around here. Mine never seems to turn out quite as well. Olives and capers, huh? Interesting!I agree with you though - now I want some!
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Jen - I love the ceviche from this one particular restaurant around here. Mine never seems to turn out quite as well. Olives and capers, huh? Interesting! I agree with you though - now I want some!
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 8 years
that sounds delicious! artichokes fried with mint and garlic, i always steam or grill them. ill have to try that some day!
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 8 years
that sounds delicious!artichokes fried with mint and garlic, i always steam or grill them. ill have to try that some day!
jendudley jendudley 8 years
Yeah, green olives. Maybe capers, if I have some. No shrimp. Tomatoes and cilantro. Of course, lime juice. ArghhhhhNow I am hungry!
jendudley jendudley 8 years
Yeah, green olives. Maybe capers, if I have some. No shrimp. Tomatoes and cilantro. Of course, lime juice. Arghhhhh Now I am hungry!
ALSW ALSW 8 years
You have olives in yours, jendudley? The one I love is nothing more than onion, fish, shrimp, tomatoes, avocado, and of course the lime juice. I love onions though! Fried artichokes, huh? Wonder if you can do that with canned/jars ones...
ALSW ALSW 8 years
You have olives in yours, jendudley? The one I love is nothing more than onion, fish, shrimp, tomatoes, avocado, and of course the lime juice. I love onions though!Fried artichokes, huh? Wonder if you can do that with canned/jars ones...
jendudley jendudley 8 years
Ceviche is SOOOO good. I take out the onions and add exxxxtra olives to mine.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Oh, I love ceviche! I usually just have it with sangria...yum!
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