Saturday, July 12, 2008

Not a Web Search Engine

What do you get when Chinese people open a Japanese eatery with a nod to the Internet?

This.
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While not even remotely authentic (I could understand the staff's chattering in Mandarin), Wahoo Chaya (8151 Arroyo Drive, Rosemead) is decent food for a decent price. I like going here for a quick weekday lunch.

The iced green tea is humongous and refreshing.
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I usually get the tempura and sashimi combo ($10.95). It comes with all of this.
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I hope Yahoo! never catches on. This ain't gourmet, but it sure is convenient.

15 comments:

  1. That's hilarious! Out here there's a place called WaFu sushi located in the WaMu plaza. I think they did it on purpose.

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  2. you have no idea how good that sashimi looks. and I'd take the tempura, too.

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  3. hahaha!! absolutely hilarious. ;-)

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  4. I'm always on the look out for a quick place to grab edible japanese food. Thanks!

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  5. see, copyright infringement is fun!

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  6. love the mishmashed name with chaya thrown in for good measure.

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  7. yet another mystery unveiled. i heart you weemo! :)

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  8. Shouldn't they also be careful of Wahoo's (of the fish taco fame)?

    Hilarious.

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  9. No fish tacos? Hmmm. The tempura looks really good though.

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  10. Sometimes convenient is all you need.

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  11. authentic or not, that looks tasty.

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  12. I'm confused as to whether or not I think the name of this place is super creative or not...

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