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Tofu House in Santa Clara and Milptias

Yimster | May 4, 200310:17 AM     5

The South Bay is a heaven for Indian and Korea food. I have a chance to have Korean soft tofu in stone pot last week. Lunch for two with a good tip was only $20.00.

We went to the Tofu House in Santa Clara on El Camino. We were served a cold sour soup to fresh up our taste buds. Then we were serve kin chee, spicy turnip, soy bean sprouts, spicy cabbage mix and cucumber as our small dishes. I had the combination tofu and my friend had the seafood tofu. Then we had the burned rice tea which is made by added hot water to the stone rice pot. This is a great way to finish the menu. This place has filtered water to add to the clear taste of the tea.

The tofu house in Milpitas own by this place's bother. It has a large menu and has one extra side dish, but no soup.

This my answer of eating better.

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