WM: happy Wednesday night to you. Will be having a late workout. Watching the Kings play. This is to let you know I finally went to a Vietnamese restaurant last month. I’ve always been curious about pho(you know their noodle soup dish) and I’m glad the first Vietnamese restaurant I picked was a good choice even though I had no clue if Legend Noodle & Grill was good, okay or terrible.
As for this picture…wasn’t bold enough to eat the chili peppers by itself or put it in my pho(ordered beef stew), however I was picking on the bean sprouts as if it was potato chips.
when: 03/04/12 at Legend Noodle & Grill restaurant in L.A.-Koreatown…this restaurant is not owned/operated by Koreans but Vietnamese - the handsome waiter(who by the way attends csun!!!) said that some of the Vietnamese and Filipino restaurants in K-town are owned/operated by Koreans. I learned something new that night. He did divulge more information[I just don’t know why people have this thing with me where all of a sudden they just want to have a chatty moment with me, what’s up with that? ;-)] about doing/dealing business in K-town. Let’s just say I was all ears.
Legend Noodle & Grill restaurant, 209 S Vermont Ave, L.A. 90004
WM: I never get tired of thai ice tea even though I’m sure it has a 1,000 calories. I was a bit tacky - picked on the bean sprouts as if it was endamame beans. Since this was my first time eating at a Vietnamese restaurant and ordering pho was the bean sprouts a condiment to the pho and/or something to pick on like how there’s relish dish at a barbecue restaurant.
Oh yeah of course I get looks when I’m taking pictures when I’m in a restaurant…usually the reaction is that here’s another person taking a picture of their order and they must be wondering just for a few seconds what site it’s gonna be on: blogger, photobucket, wordpress, typepad, tumblr or have you heard of this site - friendster
when: 03/04/12 after watching the Yale Glee Club at First Congregational Church Los Angeles where: Legend Noodle & Grill Vietnamese restaurant in L.A.-Koreatown