Yoshie’s next eating adventure at Saburi. They have sake with a turtle. It reminded me of the Chinese wine with a snake in it at the department stores in Hong Kong. I almost got the turtle sake, but went with the other one with ginsing. It tasted like my aunt’s house.

I ordered the preserved duck egg. When the waitress brought it, it stunk so bad. But later I realized the egg didn’t stink. I think someone had farted right at the exact same moment she put it down. I was pretty surprised that the egg tasted like a hard boiled egg. Pretty weird that it did, but actually good.

Cake and Desserts at Cafe Eli.

Ramen & Friends – cross post
Saburi – 168 Lexington Ave (btw 30th & 31st St) New York 10016
Caf̩ Ele Р43 W. 32nd St. NYC 10001

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