Fall Trip, 2015, the Asian food we ate
It is no secret that we love Asian food. Rural Tuscany is not known for a plethora of Asian restaurants. When we travel we eat a lot of Asian food.
Just off the plane, our first stop was a Chinese restaurant in northern Virginia.
Hot and sour soup
Grand daughter with Thai food.
More Thai food
Hmmm, my favorite Vietnamese noodle salad in northern Virginia
Thai food in Amsterdam
Dim sum in Amsterdam
Japanese restaurant in Amsterdam
It was a fixed price meal. You could pick whatever you wanted from each section of the menu, as much as you wanted in a 2 hour time period.
The trick was using the tablet to order it. Of course we froze the tablet, since we did not understand the last screen of confirming the order since it was in Dutch. Lunch with 4 beers was 58 Euros.
Some of the ‘bait’ that Ben enjoyed.
I enjoyed katsudon (a breaded and fried piece of pork loin) and edaname.
This was shrimp paste wrapped around a green bean, wrapped in an egg roll skin and fried. Very tasty.
This was a very good meal. Possibly one of the best of the trip. What is not shown is the ‘a la carte’ meals that we had ordered ahead of time on the flight from Amsterdam to Washington. I had an Indonesian rice table meal that was very good. We had hoped to eat an Indonesian restaurant while we were there but sadly did not make it. Any way, back to dull Tuscan food now. Hee hee…