Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Fremont Older Open Space. Nice Park. Loved.

Ming's at Palo Alto.

Cold food like 3 dim-sums are stuck together, slow carting. Never again.

In Cupertino at the end of S.C.Blvd. Sucked. But nice atmosphere.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Zinc Details on Fillmore, SF. Good sized store. Carries VIPP, Alessi and LEXON.

Good Dim-Sum, full of Chinese. Very quick service like riding a jet-coaster.
$26 for 3 for lunch.

Monday, May 22, 2006

Portola Redwood State Park.

Went there for camping and it was good. About 50 minutes drive from Cupertino for nice change. $50 for 2 nights.

Many Banana Slugs though. Yikes.


Dungeness Crab Cake Salad was sublime.
Good waiter and alright taste. Beautiful location.
Would go again. $88 for 2.

Monday, May 15, 2006


They have a nice small store in Hayes St. SF
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Monday, May 08, 2006

We saw so many people this year at Salone. Nice exhibit and atomosphere. Keep it up Milan.

Fook Yuen Sea Food Restaurant
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195 El Camino Real
Millbrae, CA 94030
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"quality dim sum. ha gow (shrimp dumpling) is wonderfully served here. we are really blessed living in the Bay Area when it comes to dining on dim sum. there are so many hot spots to choose from with high quality food. and many with special offerings. another especially tasty treat is the sesame dumpling with powdered peanuts on top. the sweet black sesame filling is slightly grainy but very delish. the rice dumpling shell is gooey and warm. like a Chinese version of mochi. got to try this here."

Hillsborough concours. Good cars. Nearby.