Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Yum Yum Good Eats

Gratuitous advertising: holy shit is Vij's a great place. Had the mushroom appetizer and the venison main, got to sample the yam appetizer and the eggplant and chickpea main. I don't go there often, but wow once again.

19 comments:

Jennifer said...

Too bad you haven't mastered the scratch-n-sniff post yet...

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

oh yeah, like Substance wouldn't abuse THAT....

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

It'd be the scratch-n-sniff equivalent of a RickRoll.
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fish said...

A scratch-n-sniff rotating goatse would send John Waters into a JEALOUS RAGE!!!

guitarist manqué said...

That does look really good.

Scratch it and sniff seems a lot like read 'em and weep.

Substance McGravitas said...

The food shut me up, which is something.

mikey said...

Sake Bombs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mikey said...

Man, that is close to the perfect website. Why is this so hard for most companies to grasp?

M. Bouffant said...

Venison: Gamy or no?

Another Kiwi said...

Venison is gooood. Cool website and interesting food.

Substance McGravitas said...

Gamier than beef, sure, but quite fine in that bizarro pomegranate-fig concoction. My mouth was burning in about the right way but the food was fresh and well-made enough to taste the individual bits. Yum yum again.

Went with a vegetarian though. Sad.

Smut Clyde said...

the scratch-n-sniff post
Shirley you mean "Scratch-n-catch".

Let me just point out that at Riddled we have never endorsed any particular beer or brand of Akvavit, despite the financial inducements and sponsorship deals offered to us. At least some of us have remained pure.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Would they deliver to the east coast of the U.S.?

guitarist manqué said...

The food shut me up, which is something.

I often find it hard to find something to talk about with vegetarians.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I often find it hard to find something to talk about with vegetarians.

I usually just eat them.

fish said...

Let me just point out that at Riddled we have never endorsed any particular beer or brand of Akvavit,


Yeah, me either. Well not today anyway.

mikey said...

Hey, Pinko Punko was the first to mention Vung Tao II. I live across the street, so I can't see where it even counts. And anyway, they probably only gave me that Bò bía because it was about to go bad.

Y'know?

Smut Clyde said...

It is news to me that there are gradations of goodness and badness within Vietnamese beer.

Mendacious D said...

As a local, I can second the recommendation. I would also like to add that a bottle or two of Kingfisher nicely rounds out the experience.