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January 22nd, 2004


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01:31 am
I am pleased to announce that kviri and frozencapybara have now both seen Fight Club. Good clean fun, except for the “good” and “clean” bits.

In other news, sushi (as experienced at Sushi Yasu, the local Waltham Korean/Japanese place) is still good. But I’m planning to, uh, check this fact from time to time to make sure nothing’s changed on this front. :-)

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From:solipsistnation
Date:January 22nd, 2004 02:26 pm (UTC)
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Lemme know if you need a second opinion on that sushi thing.
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From:buddhagrrl
Date:January 22nd, 2004 04:05 pm (UTC)
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they put little fish eggs *shudder* on my vegetarian maki.
I sent it back.
They brought me a new platter.
Still with the fish eggs.
So sad.

When finally we got the fish eggs to go away, it was all very yummy, and I do like them in general, but as much as I love veggie maki and miso soup, I cringe at the very sight of those little orange things. or any raw seafood. or anything that still has legs on. *shudder*

But living 3 minutes from Sushi Yasu as I do, I would be wiling to check on it with you.... from time to time ... whee

and maybe one day i will clean my apartment and even invite people over. haha. clean. hahahahahah.
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From:trystero
Date:January 22nd, 2004 04:23 pm (UTC)
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That's weird, and I'm sorry to hear that you had difficulty with them: they've been very veg-friendly when I've been there in vegetarian company.

Their miso soup is vegetarian (which is unusual), and they expressed willingness to assemble custom vegetarian maki or even to make vegetarian versions of some of their Korean dishes. (This might get put to the test some time soon, since in addition to having good sushi they also got the thumbs-up from tiny_rhino as a Korean place. Not really surprising, I guess, since they're Korean.)

I'm a little surprised that the menu doesn't mark the vegetarian dishes more clearly: it's not obvious, for example, that the miso soup is vegetarian (we had to ask when we were there during the blizzard).


But...I would be wiling to check on it with you...from time to time...

Hee. It's a date. :-)
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From:buddhagrrl
Date:January 22nd, 2004 05:06 pm (UTC)
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i'm not a vegetarian anymor - i just hate seafood (except when i love it)

i think it was a dramatic miscommunication with the waiter. he had a very very hard time understanding me and vice versa.
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From:trystero
Date:January 22nd, 2004 11:24 pm (UTC)
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*twist* *twist*

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