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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Good Eats

After our debacle in Bellevue Thursday night, you'd think that I wouldn't want to go back. However, I did run back there tonight for my favorite restaurant in that town, Mojo Bistro.

The food is top-notch; I had a pecan crusted pork tenderloin grilled in hoisin sauce over sweet potato souffle with some sliced asparagus spears--delicious and totally nom-able. :)

The waiter, Sylvester, was also totally nom-able in his naive, friendly manner. He waited on me in February when I went last, but tonight was just mmmmm.

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At 8/17/2008 9:55 PM, Anonymous neill's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

next time ask me before wasting your money at rusty nail...i could've told you how shitty it was. i'm always amazed at how crowded the place looks.

mojo has been pretty good every time i've been. the kids like those high chairs!

 
At 8/21/2008 3:53 AM, Blogger naechstehaltestelle's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

That looks simply divine. I would never think to pair the hoisin pork with sweet potato, but that's what makes a good restaurant, I think - inventive food combinations.

 

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