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Delica (Japanese deli) inside the Ferry Terminal

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Delica (Japanese deli) inside the Ferry Terminal

Wendy Lai | Jan 12, 2004 02:29 PM

Went to visit this new addition this past Saturday. I read the previous post about the crab croquette and the seaweed salad, so that were the two items I got.
For one crab croquette it was $3.25 I think, and a lb of seaweed salad was $15, my small cup cost me close to $5. The crab croquette didn't have any crab taste at all, it was really gooey in the middle, which reminded me of mayo. A light bread coating held its shape, but as soon as you bite into it, the whole thing oozes out. The seaweed salad was much better, a mixture of crunchy seaweed, soybeans and bunch of other interesting items with field greens and a light dressing. Overall the concept is nice, the food is fresh and delicatly prepared, but the price sure lives up to it's Ferry Terminal Farmer's Market reputation. I'm glad I tried it, but I will probably never spend that much money again for so little food.

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