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Bread is a noodle, right?

Noodle Club took a hiatus while Michelle and I went through our premarital counseling sessions. The good news is that we’re done. Now we will never fight again, and we can resume to slurping up some noodles. The obvious choice for noodles is a place called Breadbar, right? Well for a limited time, Breadbar is featuring Yatai Ramen Twist. Who knew good noodles could be had in West Hollywood?

Eight is actually quite a few choices when it comes to ramen. Each one of these is very different from the next.

We started out with some gyoza for appetizers. Pigs Feet Gyoza.

Kale Gyoza as well.

They really couldn’t call it Breadbar without offering us some bread.

Spicy Shoyu Ramen.

Oxtail Ramen.

Foie Gras Ramen.

Afterward we couldn’t help ourselves so we got some dessert. Flourless Chocolate Cake, dusted with powdered sugar.

The folks at Breadbar were kind enough to throw in some other pastries to snack on as well. So much for the diet. Bring on the carbs!

Sacrilicious. *DROOL*

Before I could pull out my camera the Almond Croissant was pretty much all gone. That one was delicious. We were discussing how good the pastries would taste fresh and warm, but I noted that “free” tastes pretty good too. So stop in to Breadbar on 3rd for some delicious carbs, and definitely catch Yatai Ramen Twist while it’s still there. Mondays – Saturdays from 5-10pm through July 24th.

We Be Clubbing

This weekend I got the chance to go to brunch with some friends and we realized if you call everything a club it makes it sound so much cooler. Brunch Club.


Tavern in Brentwood, CA.


Chorizo and eggs with sofrito and fried potatoes.


We had dinner for my dad’s birthday at Musha. The food was delicious as always.


We made short work of everything.


Mitsuwa had an Autumn Food Fair. The South Bay chapter of Noodle Club tried the special ramen. The South Bay chapter of noodle club is just Michelle and me, but see how jealous you were before you knew that? Clubs are cool.


We also picked up this tasty dessert treat. I’m  not big on dessert, but custards are always delicious.


Just to round off this post, here is a dead, creepy, alien bug I saw this weekend.

Because we’re Asian…

Om nom nom…



Is it wrong to love a robot?

This isn’t a post about I would like to make love to a robot. I’ll save that for another post, but I definitely think I would love this robot…not physically though. Okay maybe.


This robot makes ramen, 40 million flavors of ramen to be more accurate. I’m pretty sure you can’t taste the difference in about 39.5 million of them, but I’m willing to take that challenge. Who wants to get one of these bad boys for me for Christmas?