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Monday, August 8, 2016

Sushi Cravings Satisfied!

When we had our vacvation in Virginia last month, my husband was craving for some sushi so we  looked at Google what restaurants they have nearby.  We found this Mongolian Peking Restaurant.  He fot excited because he used to eat Mongolian BBQ  when he was still in Guam and he used to tell me how good it was.
The setting inside  was beautiful, they have so many Aisan decors.
He wasn't impressed with their mongolian good but really satisfied  with the sushi.  They have plenty of selection so he tried quite a bit.
He wanted me to try sushi but for some reason, I really have no  desire for it.
We met a Filipina who work there and she suggested  some food that we  might like.  My daughter love some of the Asian  sea food and their soup.  It was nice because they gave military discount there.  We were surprised of how affordable it was to eat there.
I remember when we wwere in Orlando Florida, the cost of food there was expensive.  We went to a Chinese restaurant there, the food was okay butthething I found odd was that they charge a mandatory gratuity fee.    I mean we always give a tip when we eat out but that was our first time encountering a mandatory  one lol.
When we came home, he was  still thinking of the sushi that he had in Virfinia so we  went to Sesame Grill in Steubenville when we had our mini date.  Our former neighbors invited the kids for a movie night so we had the chance to go out.  
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Melisa Sanchez said...

I love sushi, it's been a long time na that I haven't try again this food. It looks so yummy sis. I always partner the sushi and the mushrom creamy hot soup.

Mitch said...

Sushi is quite interesting, the looks and how it is made. No wonder many like it, I am an exemption though.

Jessica Cassidy said...

I have tried sushi Sis R but never a fan of that food though I love anything that has seafood. My taste bud does not like sushi but good thing that your craving was satisfied, that is the best part.

Juliana said...

Now you just made me really really crave for Japanese food. I'm a self confessed Japanese food lover and seeing food pics like these makes me want to run to the neares resto. But wait... It's 1 am so that is not possible :-)

nova hedges said...

that looks good... but for some reason, i can make sushi yet i cannot eat it, because no matter how i try eating it, i can always smell the seaweed wrap. not my kind of texture to eat

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Grabe! I love suhi as well. you got me salivation with your photos of sushi.

Zwitsy said...

This reminds me of my good friend who has so much love for sushi. She loves california maki in particular. I love it too but not really that much.

Teresa Martinez said...

It's nice to try out something new when it comes to food. I try to do that myself so I wouldn't be wondering how a new offering tastes like.

berlin domingo said...

I remember my first sushi experience wasnt that nice. I threw up and promised myself not to dare wat anything close to that. Fast forwArd to some years ago and i had a business meeting. It was in a japanese restaurant and was forced to eat sushi. I loved the taste and from then on appreciated it. I love maki the best but no wasabi, please.

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