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Hayashi

Hayashi

Northeast Tallahassee is home to several small Chinese restaurants that focus on lunch and dinner take-out. The most recent to open its doors is Hayashi, Continue reading

Sushi at Sakura

Sushi at Sakura

I met my friend Bill for lunch and we decided to grab some sushi at Sakura.  The restaurant is located on North Monroe Street a short distance from Lake Ella and  dominates the lower level of a two story plaza.  Large red letters face the parking lot while red lanterns painted with Japanese characters hang … Continue reading

Spicy Tuna Galore at Sumo Sabi

I recently ventured over to the west side of Tallahassee for lunch at Sumo Sabi.  The restaurant is located on Pensacola Street in the same shopping plaza as Gold’s Gym, Bill’s Bookstore and Hobbit American Grill.  A large purple and green sign adorned with a sumo wrestler announced Sumo Sabi’s presence. I was unsure what to expect as I … Continue reading

Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

When I moved to Tallahassee I lived on Bellevue Way in a pink house.  If I was hungry, and did not feel like visiting Club Pub, I would hit one of the many restaurants in the area.  Since graduating in 2005 my trips to this part of town have been limited.  However, a volunteer opportunity brought me back … Continue reading

Moto Survives Typhoon Julia

Moto Survives Typhoon Julia

This evening after picking up Miss Julia I scrambled up to Thomasville, Georgia to meet my lovely wife and son.  She has been beating the “I want hibachi now” drum for the past couple of weeks and at the recommendation of her hairdresser we ventured to Moto Japanese Steakhouse.  Moto is located in the Publix … Continue reading

Pad Kee Mao at Lan Xang

The sign above the door of the newest restaurant on Kerry Forrest Parkway appeared to have been spray painted on plywood.  The black letters on the neon green background declared the establishment’s name was Lan Xang, and as I opened the glass door I was looking forward to trying one of their Thai dishes. The … Continue reading

Tasty Udon and Slow Service at Kitcho

A couple of months ago I purchased a Groupon to Kitcho that for $5 entitled me to $10 of sushi or other Japanese fare.  It has been sitting in my desk drawer progressively getting more wrinkled until this afternoon when I decided to use it.  I talked my buddy from work into going with me … Continue reading