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Comparing Seaweed Fried Rice at Bok Choy Garden vs. La Tasty

yimster | Feb 20, 200601:29 PM     3

A few of us wanted to follow up on Meliane Wong's recommedation of the seaweed fied rice at Bok Choy Garden in San Francisco.

The verison at Bok Choy Garden was better in that it was much less greasey and it had the wok hee. But it was made with prccess seaweed powder which lack the flavor of freshly fried unprocess seaweed at La Tasty. But that verison had too much oil and the effect the dish. But the idea at La Tasty was great.

We had

Fried Taro Rings
Fried Eggplant
Fried Tofu Skin in a Lemon Sauce
Won Ton soup

I was last to arrive due to not finding a parking space unitl much later the other. So someone else plan the menu. I follow the offering at Bok Choy Garden a very good meatless place in San Francisco.

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