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Thu Jan 13 19:44:41 UTC 2005
At 10:12 PM -0500 1/11/05, RonButters at AOL.COM wrote:
: We stood in line at the Thai restaurant for an hour, then in
: deseperation went to the Mexican place down the street. I order the
: beef molcajete, which was so tough I had trouble dhewing it and so
: picante that the experience of even the sause was distressing. Ugh.
Interesting. Actually, i wasn't too impressed with Le Cheval (especially
with the claim on the restaurant guide that it was the best Vietnamese food
in Oakland)--yes, Orlando has *much* better Vietnamese places.
There was a Cambodian place i had dinner one night and liked it so much i
came back for lunch--it was excellent. Battambang, i believe it was called.
And i'll agree with others who've said that the hotel was a most excellent
My general summary, though: This was the most Oriental food-themed
conference i've ever been to, no question.
David Bowie http://pmpkn.net/lx
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