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Old 06-09-2019, 05:15 AM
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I donate blood (4X per year) then walk over to Koyame. My favorite here, so far.

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I donate blood 4X per year then walk over to Koyame. My favorite here, so far.
But doesn't it make you feel like donating more blood...a few hours later?




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Bamboo Bistro-- had a special whole snapper- best fish dish I have eaten in tTV since we 've been here
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LOL! I actually feel like Publix fried chicken after a few hours
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Where I lived, the "chinese" food was different than it is here, and was also different in other parts of the country I've had it. To this day I still send for chow mein noodles from back home because that's what I was brought up eating, and that is the only place they are made (Fall River, Ma). Just because it's not like back home doesn't make it awful. The "chinese" food in the states is regional because the majority of it has been Americanized. It's like pizza, everyone else's is horrible, but mine is the best, and there isn't a good one here. By the way, the best chinese meal I've ever had was in The Netherlands.
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Where I lived, the "chinese" food was different than it is here, and was also different in other parts of the country I've had it. To this day I still send for chow mein noodles from back home because that's what I was brought up eating, and that is the only place they are made (Fall River, Ma). Just because it's not like back home doesn't make it awful. The "chinese" food in the states is regional because the majority of it has been Americanized. It's like pizza, everyone else's is horrible, but mine is the best, and there isn't a good one here. By the way, the best chinese meal I've ever had was in The Netherlands.
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LOL - DH and I just had this discussion recently and said the same thing. Almost. I still long for the plethora of small, family-owned ethnic restaurants in Bay Ridge Brooklyn. A quick phone call and we could have the best Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Indian, Pizza, Mediterranean, etc., etc. delivered! But there is no way we would trade The Villages lifestyle for it.
You can’t beat Bay Ridge Restaurants.
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Old 06-20-2019, 12:14 PM
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Tried Koyame and it was horrible. But it all depends on where you are used to getting Chinese food.
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Tried Koyame and it was horrible. But it all depends on where you are used to getting Chinese food.
More authentic NY style is @ Yummy House (a chain) the nearest being located in Ocala. Look them up on the web. Reminder, the soup should be ordered in Half portion which is enough for two.
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