If you ever find yourself in a restaurant that serves Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine, run for the hills.

 

The secret to true success in just about anything is to find one thing, kick ass at that one thing and then duplicate the formula you’ve found to work and keep doing it. Over and over again.

Apparently, the proprietors who create restaurants specializing in more than one cuisine didn’t get the memo. Making great sushi is hard enough as it is. Adding Chinese and Thai to the menu is not a recipe for success.

I know. I know. American pallets are not very sophisticated. Just look at the crap they eat from fast food restaurants and the frozen food section of their friendly neighborhood grocery store. It’s no wonder you have seized on the idea that one stop international scarfing is a good idea.

Well, I’m here to tell you that I know what you’re doing and I see you laughing all the way to the bank. To which I say, you’re better than that. Show some self-respect and stick to what you know best.

In the long run you’re going to be better off. Plus you’ll have the added bonus not making your ancestors turn in the graves.

And the knowledge that you’re turning the stomachs of true foodies like yours truly.

 

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