Friday, July 13, 2007
Just about a year ago. Sushi Lin opened its doors, and I visited it first on July 6th. My how fast a year flys! I tried it again in April without my camera. And this time I brought it along. The owner was the only one there at lunch time, and he greeted me promptly with a smile.
I took a look at their "Quick Lunch" options, and quickly chose "Chicken Katsu". The dish came out hot with an appetizing aroma. The chicken breast was moist and generously sized. The breading was good, and it seemed to have been fried in fresh oil. However, the egg underneath had been colored mostly gray by the seasoning, and the onion slices were quite skimpy. So I had a mixed reaction, but despite the color it tasted good.
My father is turning 87 on July 20th, and I'm looking for a fun activity for his birthday celebration. Any ideas?