nullstream weblog - Foodblog
April 5, 2009 09:34 PM PST
Oh no they didn't!!!1!
March 23, 2009 12:27 AM PST
Tim Horton's, Country Style or Robin's?
July 26, 2007 09:56 PM PST
A couple weeks ago John, I and families went to Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant
in Seattle. Rather than the typical Pho menu, or even the common Vietnamese sandwiches, we were treated to a wide variety of food - the likes of which we had never seen! :-) The young coconut juice is really good, but the pickled plum juice was kind of hard to get down (its like salty, fermented plums). We took pictures of some of the dishes - definitely worth a trip over to the International district to try Green Leaf. An the wait staff is very friendly as well.
Vietnamese crepes. Meat and vegetable fillings - you break off a piece of the crepe and wrap it in lettuce and eat it with your hands. The crepe contains coconut milk and is quite tasty.
Continue reading "Green Leaf"...
March 27, 2005 11:57 PM PST
To take a break from tech once and a while on the site - I'd like to periodically mini-review good restaurants in the Seattle area. This isn't as off-topic as it sounds. I find that geek types (assuming most nullstream readers are), are actually really into a wide variety of foods. People outside tech culture would probably assume nerds would stick with white bread, pringles and Jolt. Instead, I've found tech people to be some of the best versed in non-american food. My theory is that the relatively high number of people from Asian and Indian cultures that work in the tech industry have influenced the eating habits, and once the floodgates were open...
Before we do a review, take a look at TastingMenu's Seattle restaurant blog
. The author has talked up Lampreia so much, I can't wait to go!