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Food Adventure #1

So honestly, ever since I've stumbled upon Kevin's food blog, I've been following some foodie's adventures. This is a plus especially when the BF and I are starting to get bored with our meals. Everyone needs an adventure once in awhile!

blah blah blah. <-because I suck at transitions Last weekend the BF and I decided to hit up some random places in *gasp* Richmond! It was honestly, our first time in Richmond together. Okay, no, it was the second time. But I don't think the first time really counted because he only went there to rescue me from Netholics (x_x*).

Tanku Bakudanyaki

First destination... Tenku Bakudanyaki. We both ordered the original (pictured above). He wanted the pizza but they were sold out. (I think that's pretty bad planning on their part because the only difference is that they use tomato sauce and their menu only consists of six items and a special). It was interesting. They're like giant takoyaki balls stuffed with lots of goodies and made from mochi instead of flour. But the idea is pretty much the same. I do prefer bakudanyaki over takoyaki. However, I didn't like the mass amount of cabbage (ick). I was going to complain about the price (500cents), but then again, you pay just that much or even more for takoyaki (and that stuff is just flour stuffed with a small piece of squid).

Screamers at Danny's Market

Next we went to Danny's Market to try their Screamers. Screamers is a slurpee with soft-serve ice cream. I got the Cream Soda while he tried the Orange Crush. It's an interesting drink and I would go back again (if only it wasn't so far). Yummy.

Oh, and the pictures weren't taken with permission. BUT I didn't direct link them and clickie here and here respectively for where it originated from.

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July 24, 2009 at 7:42 PM

Fooooooood! Screamers are a must for this hot hot weather..

I still have not tried those budanyakis.

Anonymous Kevin  



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