Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Wonderful cuisine

 I mentioned in an earlier post that University Avenue in St. Paul is turning into a street that is bustling with Asian businesses: nail salons, restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores to name a few.  Here are two businesses that have helped enrich the cuisine of St. Paul. Ethnic restaurants seem to be our first choice when considering eating out, whether it is lunch or dinner.


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16 comments:

  1. My first choice would be Vietnamese food!

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  2. I like Chinese, Thai and Vietamese food so hard choice for me:)

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  3. my daughter's favorite is chinese, my husband would pick vietnamese, i would pick mexican and my boys would all pick pizza ha!

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  4. I think I would have to try both.

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  5. I love trying food from all cultures....but the tiny mtn town where I spend the summer has neither of these types of cuisine.

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  6. It's nice to be able to experience a 'trip around the world' without leaving the city!

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  7. not my favorites. :)

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  8. I just had Thai food last night. Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican; they always seem to be my choices for a dinner or lunch out.

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  9. Where I live we have almost no Asian restaurants, so I usually have to cook Asian food myself.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  10. Either would appeal to me. It was Chinese at our house last night.

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  11. Chinese restaurants all over the world...
    We have also many here.

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  12. Having experienced Ammurican food ("You want fries with that?"), I'm inclined to agree...

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  13. Our only Vietnamese restaurant here closed (family death) and I really miss it. I haven't yet found a Chinese restaurant good enough to spoil me but we have a couple of good Thai offerings. Never made it to the Indian restaurant before it closed.

    Re: Lighthouses - The one near Sequim, New Dungeness Light Station, is cared for and run by a great group of committed people who have maintained and upgraded it. Members can stay in the very nice keeper's quarters for a week as volunteers (and pay to do so), doing some light chores and leading visitors on tours of the lighthouse. The station is 5 miles down the beach and hard to access during high tide so it's remote. Keepers get a ride out and back. It's a truly wonderful and memorable experience in a gorgeous location.

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  14. Thai, Chinese and Japanese food all show up in my dining, especially if my son is with me. But I haven't been exposed enough to Indian or Vietnamese to develop a taste for them.

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  15. I love Chinese food. Nice shots.

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  16. The asian food is very tasty, nice to have them so close by.

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