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Lahpet

Lahpet

Lahpet serves Burmese food.  In my usual ignorance, I had to resort to the computer to find out what this was.  As Google explains, Burmese food that is a fusion of Malaysia, Thai and Indian.  I’m sure that Lahpet hates been described that way.  I…

Sticks’n’Sushi

Sticks’n’Sushi

Unlike celebrities (or celebrity politicians), I prefer to enter without much fanfare. Slinking in the back unnoticed is my preferred entrance method.  The major benefit of this is that it tends to reduce the chance of excitement.  That is of particular concern now that restaurants…

Fire and Salt

Fire and Salt

In a throw back to my earlier (happier) days, this is a review about someone else’s food. As days of being an annnoying fastidious critic on other peoples’ creations are a bit behind me now, I try to take my chances when I find them. …

Chicken scallopini and an almond tart

Chicken scallopini and an almond tart

There is a certain stillness to life that I hadn’t really appreciated until now.   With enforced idleness being a bit of a thing, on the weekend when I open the window, silence greets me.  No cars, no trains, no people chatting as they go by. …

Dim sum, a pasta bake and banana bread

Dim sum, a pasta bake and banana bread

Sometimes I am confused. My food shows this too. Some people say that variety adds spice to life.  I agree.  Especially when that is applied to food.  So this is what I ate on one day at home.  A seemingly random assortment of food stuffs. …