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OMG you don't know what taho really means in Cantonese, do you?

no. As far as I understand, it is a Philippines thing.
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It was just a lame attempt at humor, but the joke's on me since it turns out I'm the racist in this case.
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racist. reported
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what's the fish?
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kampachi.
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kampachi.

.....races 5 miles long. DooDah DooDah.
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Nice Hering, bro.
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huh? did you cross-wire posts on valentino and jose andres? though i have to say the two "molecular" meals i've had in the andres' backroom (ssam bar) have been memorable. once a year for food like htat for me, though.

Yes, sorry. Valentino was great. SLS this time sucked.
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Yes, sorry. Valentino was great. SLS this time sucked.
i wonder how much of that depends on how often you eat "modernist" food. I'd imagine if you did it very often, you'd become very jaded very quickly. I have it once a year or so and it's still surprising, so pleasurable. A perfectly made risotto on the other hand ... you can eat that almost every day and never get weary of it.
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i feel like SField here would be a great and necessary replacement for Pete Wells.
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i feel like SField here would be a great and necessary replacement for Pete Wells.
i wouldn't wish that job on anyone, much less someone i like.
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i wouldn't wish that job on anyone, much less someone i like.

but the consumer needs to know!!!!
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F*CK the consumer. let them read yelp.
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i wonder how much of that depends on how often you eat "modernist" food. I'd imagine if you did it very often, you'd become very jaded very quickly. I have it once a year or so and it's still surprising, so pleasurable. A perfectly made risotto on the other hand ... you can eat that almost every day and never get weary of it.
In the world of modernist food, SLS is mediocre at best. Even when I sang their praises, that is not the side of the menu that's worth anything. For that, go to SF, Chicago and NYC.
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