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INDIAN: Cute little squaws were sending smoke signals for TM

April 12 2011 at 9:19 PM
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A group of cute little squaws in the San Gabriel Valley were sending smoke signals to TM to join for a dinner at Indian Restaurant happy.gif

Where are you TM? Still in Inner Mongolia playing with Lambo's? You missed it on Monday, we wanted to take our pal 'G' to someplace fun to celebrate his b-day. What better than going to Indian Restaurant after hearing all the stories from you, DRMW, and ATM? LOL

Traffic was pretty clear on the 210 in the diamond lane. We arrived early and found a nice corner parking spot. (sorry for the bad iphone pics)
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Hey wait a minute, that's JLC and we wanted to check it out, but it's NOT the JaegerLeCoultre BH boutique happy.gif
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Main entrance. We're all wondering who is Uncle Yu?
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Here's the laminated menu:
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A pitcher of beer for the table. I don't really drink beer, but that has got to be the smallest beer cup I've ever seen:
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Some very tasty watermelon juice:
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The girls are supposed to be really cute and wear skimpy clothes. Hmmmm, interesting:
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So what's for dinner? A bunch of Taiwanese style pub food. We started with grilled chicken hearts:
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And chicken wings (in some type of sweet and sour sauce):
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One of my favorites, the deep fried pig intestine with scallion:
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Deep fried squab cut in fours and served with a side of seasoned salt and pepper:
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This was pretty good, sauteed clams with basil sauce:
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And lamb with veggies in a sizzling plate:
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Indian restaurants famous dish, the 3 flavors hot pot. We ordered the combo which had chicken, squid and pig intestine:
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And a plate of seafood fried rice noodles:
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And last but not least grilled chicken skin and chicken tail (butt):
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Then all of the sudden the lights go out in the restaurant. Our cute waitresses came by to sing happy birthday to our friend 'G':
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What kind of bday cake did we get? It looks pretty good on the outside with strawberry's, kiwi, and peaches:
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'G' made a wish and blew out the candles:
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DRMW and I screamed ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! What is that smell? Oh no, it can't be:
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That distinctive odor can only be one thing (and it totally cleared out the stinky tofu odor coming from the table next to us). It's DURIAN cake!!!


How do you eat this stuff? 'G' has always wanted to try DURIAN and here's his chance. A gigantic slice with extra fresh Durian in it LOL happy.gif
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We had a great time, wish you could have joined us TM! happy.gif

Regards,
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This message has been edited by DRMW on Apr 12, 2011 9:23 PM


 
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DRMW
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Bwahahaha!

April 12 2011, 11:33 PM 

Funny stuff but durian is wrong on levels! wink.gif

-MW

 
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ED-209
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+1 on that

April 13 2011, 5:29 PM 

And I thought stinky tofu was bad.... :P

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Great post on cute girls, good food, but best of all...

April 12 2011, 11:51 PM 

... the pretty looking dessert: DURIAN cake!!! Did you have some?

PS: don't get TM into trouble with the BOSS over cute little squaws, like some Purist happy.gif

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I tried it and....

April 13 2011, 5:31 PM 

LOL, I tried eating the Durian cake (just the cake part) but it still had that durian essence and taste. Yuck... still can't eat the stuff.
So which do you think is cuter, the girls at Captain Crab or the girls here at Indian? happy.gif
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ATM
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The winner is...

April 13 2011, 11:32 PM 

... girls at Captain Crab, they dressed more skimpy, a tad 'smarter' (at least they don't mess up my orders most of times), friendlier,prompt in refilling my drinks... oh wait, the question was who's cuter? I forgot to check out their faces, lol. So, which girls are cuter in your book, ED-209?

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yeah ED-209...

April 14 2011, 2:56 PM 

you didn't answer the question..LOL

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ED-209
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I plead the 5th....

April 14 2011, 5:20 PM 

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ATM
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Good response, LOL!

April 14 2011, 11:22 PM 


 
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Phil
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wow...durian cake?

April 14 2011, 2:55 PM 

that's special..

I found it suspecious when I saw Mr. Yu and Indian...LOL

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Next time we'll save you a slice

April 14 2011, 5:23 PM 

With extra durian LOL.

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a slice?

April 14 2011, 11:43 PM 

No not just a slice, give him the whole thing!!!!! Durian = yuck! sad.gif

-MW

 
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I just came back from the far North to find this

April 14 2011, 11:21 PM 

I'm still puzzled about the Uncle Yu and Indian-theme link....?

I guess this is not Indian as in marsala and tandoori.  happy.gif

The food is sorta chinese/japanese theme and the durian cake seems the best part.

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MTF

 

PS. When I mentioned 'North', it was Copenhagen.......


 
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Me too, I have no idea...

April 17 2011, 2:31 PM 

Still scratching my head and puzzled about how it all fits together: Taiwanese food, Uncle Yu, Indian theme (as in Native American Indian) and slight touch of Hooters in the mix.... curious...I think it comes from theme restaurants in Taiwan. During my 2009 trip to Taipei I found that there was a toilet themed restaurant and a hospital one. Strange.

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Patrick_y
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Happy BDay G!

April 25 2011, 12:05 AM 


I've had the privilege of dining at this place once. I'd equate it to the Taiwanese version of the American family (un)friendly restaurant "Hooters" (this is just my opinion). Definitely an interesting place.

Hope your friend G had a great time at this interesting fun place and that he liked his cake.

 
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