Being an adult is kind of weird. You have the ability and the extraordinary freedom that allows you to seek out and try new things. So why is it that we spend so much of our time seeking out things that remind us of our childhood (at least the good parts)?
For most of us Asians, it’s noodles. Noodles were the alternative to rice, and were usually served during special occasions or for weekend meals. They were fun to eat, they tasted good, and they went with almost everything. There were rice noodles, egg noodles…hell, there was even instant ramen. Sometimes they were fancy, and sometimes they were just served in a big steaming bowl of soup.
That’s what Phat Ky Mi Gia in Garden Grove is like. It’s not fancy. It’s just good food served up cheaply, quickly, and most importantly, tasty. It satisfies and brings you back.
Phat Ky Mi Gia – Garden Grove
Pho Xao Ap Chao Dac Biet. Wide rice noodles stir fried with bean sprouts, a variety of seafood, and topped with an egg.
Hu Teiu. Egg noodle soup with seafood.
Talk to me, Goose.