Running around downtown L.A. has also given me an opportunity to check out all the food places, although I’m much less adventurous than Mike and Maria. My first day, I had this Thai plate (shrimp, beef, chicken and another skewer that I didn’t know the name of) for just $5 at the Grand Central market; I got a Robek’s sandwich and smoothie my second day at the Wells Fargo Center; and yesterday I had a Greek salad at this place called Salads 2000 in the Fountain Court.
Today, I’m considering going to Asian Noodles, a spot that my buddy Moonie has been recommending for a long time, but I have never gotten a chance to go try. My interest in the restaurant picked up when the LAT did a review on the restaurant last year. But its hard trying to get Trinity to go anywhere, much less anywhere in L.A., so I’m going this alone for now.
Afterward, I might run around Olvera Street a little, if I have time. I sometimes don’t know what to do with myself, with 1.5 hours for lunch. Anyway, I’ll have a full report later and if Asian Noodles lives up to the hype, I’m planning on submitting it for Franklin Avenue’s consideration for their 100th Rate-A-Restaurant.
(BTW, I do have decoration pics from, like, the last two weekends, but I’ve been really lazy, and I don’t think anyone really follows them. Except for all the bridezillas searching for pictures about how to decorate gazebos and stuff. There’s a lot of them out there.)