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Fried Chicken and Lychee's at 99 Ranch Foster City

yimster | Jun 13, 200510:58 PM     2

Today I stop by after my work out to pick up some lunch (we are have work done in the kitchen, new cooktop). When back for more for dinner.

Found fresh lychee from Taiwan at 2.99 lb which was a buck cheaper from last weekend. Very small seeds and very sweet.

But the find I really liked was the fried drumsticks, also twice the size of the normal one and very very moist. As my son said as moist at Nillie's but the favor is Aisan (ginger, soy and wine). The Lady serving me was speaking to the cook and ask why so large, reply that all they have in the store. Price 2 for a buck. Two of them must be a pound and half. I purchase eight for dinner. Only could eat two and I am happy and full. Now I have to find something to watch or read to make me happy for the rest of the evening.

If you are in the area go soon because neither item will be there for long.

This the 99Ranch in Foster City.

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