This was lunch at Takara, a Japanese restaurant in Japantown, on Thursday. There was a little bowl of miso soup, green tea, a bowl of kitsune soba, and a bowl of Tanindon. It was a lunch combination set that was only $10. Very delicious as usual; I usually always order this when I go there. It's my two favorite Japanese foods together: noodles and donburi! I highly reccomend Takara, as it is an inexpensive but high quality restaurant in Japantown. :) My family loves this place too!
Then, I wanted to get a hazelnut gelato from Tango Gelato on Fillmore St so I walked over there before I left for home. I was kind of lonely though.......I miss eating gelato with my love.
I sat outside at a little table to take a picture, and a lady passing by saw and said something like: "And it'll taste great too!" I love how friendly some San Franciscans are. :)
On Friday I went out to Vietnamese food downtown with one of my oldest friends. We went to a little hole in the wall called Da Lat.
I, of course, ordered the Beef Pho with meatballs. The rice noodles were much thinner than what I am used to, but it was good. The broth was pretty flavorful, but I wish there had been more pieces of beef. The meatballs were okay. It was smaller than the bowls at Le Kims in Stockton, but I still got full.
My friend ordered a rice plate with barbecued pork and said they were tender, but that they were lying in a pool of oil/grease.....ewww. So, perhaps stay away from some of the rice plates. It's also pretty cheap; my bowl of pho was $6.95. But, Le Kims is still cheaper. ;)Last Tuesday, when I came back from my love's house, my dad made pizza for dinner, which is my favorite. He probably knew I was sad at leaving A, so he wanted to cheer me up. :)
Here is the salami, cheese, and olive pizza.
And here is the Pizza Margherita. I didn't try this one because I got too full from eating from the other pizza! Soooo yummmy~~~~ Everything is homemade! I hope my dad makes this on Thursday! :D
At A's old house, there are quite a few fruit trees, such as an apricot tree, a cherry tree, a lemon tree, and a pear tree. We even discovered a berry bush last Monday. Here is a picture I took of the ripening cherries: