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No Danny?
9/8/05, 5:20am
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Went to THE suhsi bar last night..and NO Danny! When I asked the waitress she said that he had family business in Korea and that they were not sure WHEN or IF he would return!!!!

I know that he just bought a house up here in Porter Ranch (The Park) so I will hope that he returns....

...had a Danny roll last night made one of the "others"..man..you would not recognize it as the fav "Danny Roll". It was good and tasty..but not a Danny roll....

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9/8/05, 3:24pm
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Try the new place Rob N Marie go to now. They will give you the name.

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9/8/05, 7:02pm
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Oh no!! No Danny? Rob and I wondered where he was last Friday. We just thought he was on vacation. We usually get the Danny roll, but because Danny wasn't there, we didn't get it.

I hope he comes back. He's such a nice guy, and a great sushi chef!

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9/8/05, 7:03pm
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>Try the new place Rob N Marie go to now. They will give you
>the name.

LOL! BBlast was talking about the same sushi place that Rob and I go to, Hyakumi. LOL!

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9/8/05, 8:36pm
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>>Try the new place Rob N Marie go to now. They will give you
>>the name.
>
>LOL! BBlast was talking about the same sushi place that Rob
>and I go to, Hyakumi. LOL!
>
>

Where is Hyakumi? Do they also serve tempura and teriyaki?

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>Where is Hyakumi? Do they also serve tempura and teriyaki?

It's right by the DSW shoe store and Gelson's in a minnie mall on Plummer. It's also adjacent to the Northridge Mall and Pacific Theaters.

Hyakumi
19500 Plummer Street
Northridge, CA 91324
(818) 772-8252

Love the place! And yes, they do serve tempura and teriyaki. They have a lunch and dinner plates that you might enjoy.

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>>Where is Hyakumi? Do they also serve tempura and teriyaki?
>
>It's right by the DSW shoe store and Gelson's in a minnie mall
>on Plummer. It's also adjacent to the Northridge Mall and
>Pacific Theaters.
>
>Hyakumi
>19500 Plummer Street
>Northridge, CA 91324
>(818) 772-8252
>
>Love the place! And yes, they do serve tempura and teriyaki.
>They have a lunch and dinner plates that you might enjoy.
>
>

Oh, ok, is that the place next to the Hallmark Shop on the ground level or the one upstairs?

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Re: No Danny?
9/10/05, 5:40am
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>>
>>>Where is Hyakumi? Do they also serve tempura and teriyaki?
>>
>>It's right by the DSW shoe store and Gelson's in a minnie
>mall
>>on Plummer. It's also adjacent to the Northridge Mall and
>>Pacific Theaters.
>>
>>Hyakumi
>>19500 Plummer Street
>>Northridge, CA 91324
>>(818) 772-8252
>>
>>Love the place! And yes, they do serve tempura and teriyaki.
>
>>They have a lunch and dinner plates that you might enjoy.
>>
>>
>
>Oh, ok, is that the place next to the Hallmark Shop on the
>ground level or the one upstairs?

Next to the Hallmark shop behind the stair case

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9/10/05, 11:16am
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>>Oh, ok, is that the place next to the Hallmark Shop on the
>>ground level or the one upstairs?
>
>Next to the Hallmark shop behind the stair case
>

Ok, yes we have been there many times. We've gotten take out from there too. Very good place, and not expensive. Isn't there another sushi place upstairs or am I hallucinating?

You guys ever try my old college hangout: Hatano's on Parthenia, between Corbin and Tampa? Still very good. Though I fear they may not be around much longer. Every other storeis closed in that mall, along with the old Pacific Theater.

We usually go to Musashi on Tampa, just south of Nordhoff. We haven't tried their Porter Ranch location.

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9/11/05, 6:25am
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>>>Oh, ok, is that the place next to the Hallmark Shop on the
>>>ground level or the one upstairs?
>>
>>Next to the Hallmark shop behind the stair case
>>
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>Ok, yes we have been there many times. We've gotten take out
>from there too. Very good place, and not expensive. Isn't
>there another sushi place upstairs or am I hallucinating?

Upstairs? I don't remember a sushi bar in the parking lot.

>You guys ever try my old college hangout: Hatano's on
>Parthenia, between Corbin and Tampa? Still very good. Though I
>fear they may not be around much longer. Every other storeis
>closed in that mall, along with the old Pacific Theater.

I hear "college hangout" and I think of the Hob Nob. Great french onion soup. LONG gone now.

Hatanos..been there..one of the few places in town has a tatami room where you are in a "private" setting. Went there a few years ago with another couple and really enjoyed ourselves..we must've been there for like 3 hours and laughed our way through the meal. Just one of those things.

We have been back since, but the sushi was not of a quality that made us want to return. However...IF Danny IS gone, then I think we may be shopping around again. I like the sushi bar, but without a Danny, we felt like they didn't really know what they were doing when it came to the rolls...and the sushi was certainly smaller pieces.
>
>We usually go to Musashi on Tampa, just south of Nordhoff. We
>haven't tried their Porter Ranch location.

Being nearer the Porter Ranch one, we have gone in there many times. The Tepan tables are a great thing to see and the food isn't bad. However, we find that the sushi is dry and well..old. In fact, I feel like the quality level of the sushi is akin to the local all-you-can-eat sushi. Not bad..but not worth paying a lot for!

I was reminded the other day of a mexican place, VERY near you, that we used to go to all the time and have not been for awhile, Las Fuentes, on Vanowen just east of Reseda. The wife and I will have to make the trip there, as we used to really like that place!

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9/11/05, 11:05am
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No, there really is a second floor there....at least I think so....man, those drugs in the 60's can really still affect me

We went to Musashi on Tampa last night. We didn't have sushi, just tempura and a soft shell crab appetizer. Very good. Generally we have found their sushi fresh, especially the hand rolls. They are on the expensive side, though.

Janice also likes Kabuki on Ventura at DeSoto in Woodland Hills. They are in the spot that used to be Rickshaw, which was a great place. I went to Kabuki there once with Janice and I found the food was very good, but it was loud and trying to be "too hip", if you know what I mean.

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9/11/05, 5:55pm
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Matsuhisa ion Beverly Hills on La Cienega is a bit pricey, but always fresh and great!!!!

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9/11/05, 7:18pm
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>Matsuhisa ion Beverly Hills on La Cienega is a bit pricey, but
>always fresh and great!!!!

I'll jot down the name in case we are ever over the hill and in the mood for sushi. Thanks!

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9/12/05, 5:51am
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>No, there really is a second floor there....at least I think
>so....man, those drugs in the 60's can really still affect me
>
>
>We went to Musashi on Tampa last night. We didn't have sushi,
>just tempura and a soft shell crab appetizer. Very good.
>Generally we have found their sushi fresh, especially the hand
>rolls. They are on the expensive side, though.
>
>Janice also likes Kabuki on Ventura at DeSoto in Woodland
>Hills. They are in the spot that used to be Rickshaw, which
>was a great place. I went to Kabuki there once with Janice and
>I found the food was very good, but it was loud and trying to
>be "too hip", if you know what I mean.
>

After the Rickshaw, that placed turned into a "2 for 1" sushi bar...is it still that way? I remember talking to the new owner about HOW he could do that and he basicly said that a)volume and b)he was buying a tad lower grade fish AND is picking up "what is left" at the fish market for very cheap.

I used to love the boat dinners at Rickshaw...

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Re: No Danny?
9/12/05, 9:29am (Last Edited: 9/12/05, 9:29am)
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>After the Rickshaw, that placed turned into a "2 for 1" sushi
>bar...is it still that way? I remember talking to the new
>owner about HOW he could do that and he basicly said that
>a)volume and b)he was buying a tad lower grade fish AND is
>picking up "what is left" at the fish market for very cheap.
>
>I used to love the boat dinners at Rickshaw...

Hi, Bill,

Yes! The boat dinners were great! I really liked Rickshaw.

I've only been to Kabuki once and I can't remember about the 2 for 1 thing. I don't recal it, though. Not sure I like the fact he admits going with a "lower grade of fish." The bacteria builds up in fish pretty fast.

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Re: No Danny?
9/12/05, 11:18am
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>No, there really is a second floor there....at least I think
>so....man, those drugs in the 60's can really still affect me
>

LOL - there is a second floor, but it is only a parking lot extension, as far as I know... no shops on the top.

>Janice also likes Kabuki on Ventura at DeSoto in Woodland
>Hills. They are in the spot that used to be Rickshaw, which
>was a great place. I went to Kabuki there once with Janice and
>I found the food was very good, but it was loud and trying to
>be "too hip", if you know what I mean.

I remember the Rickshaw restaurant. This is where Marie and I went the week before I asked her to marry me, where I successfully set her up into believing that a proposal (i.e., being able to afford a ring) was not forthcoming.

We got into a discussion about ring costs and how I couldn't afford 'em. Of course, by this time, my parents had already assisted me with a loan to buy the ring.

Needless to say, Marie was not a happy camper when we left that restaurant, but she was the following week after a dinner at The Bistro Garden.

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9/12/05, 2:13pm
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Bistro Garden... Is it still there? I remember they were one of Janice's clients at Zenith.

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9/12/05, 4:18pm
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>Bistro Garden... Is it still there? I remember they were one
>of Janice's clients at Zenith.

I think so... right off Coldwater and Ventura... this was September, 1993, though. But, I seem to remember seeing it in the past six or so months.

Haven't been there in awhile, though. I prefer sticking to one mortgage, rather than taking out another just for a good meal.

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9/12/05, 7:07pm
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>I remember the Rickshaw restaurant. This is where Marie
>and I went the week before I asked her to marry me, where I
>successfully set her up into believing that a proposal (i.e.,
>being able to afford a ring) was not forthcoming.
>
>We got into a discussion about ring costs and how I couldn't
>afford 'em. Of course, by this time, my parents had already
>assisted me with a loan to buy the ring.
>
>Needless to say, Marie was not a happy camper when we left
>that restaurant, but she was the following week after a dinner
>at The Bistro Garden.

You make me out to be the "Material Girl". You asked me how I felt if you couldn't afford a ring for me, and I told you that it didn't matter. You pressed the issue of "...of course it matters to you." We went back and forth with you saying that it mattered to me, and I, telling you, that it didn't. So, you really pissed me off that night that I didn't want anything from you.

But, you did a good job setting me up with the surprise proposal.

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9/12/05, 11:14pm
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>>Bistro Garden... Is it still there? I remember they were one
>>of Janice's clients at Zenith.
>
>I think so... right off Coldwater and Ventura... this was
>September, 1993, though. But, I seem to remember seeing it
>in the past six or so months.
>
>Haven't been there in awhile, though. I prefer sticking to
>one mortgage, rather than taking out another just for a good
>meal.

Lol, I hear ya. I've never been there and Janice couldn't stand the owners. Mainly, she couldn't stand how they could treat their employees so badly.

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9/13/05, 11:20am
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>>After the Rickshaw, that placed turned into a "2 for 1"
>sushi
>>bar...is it still that way? I remember talking to the new
>>owner about HOW he could do that and he basicly said that
>>a)volume and b)he was buying a tad lower grade fish AND is
>>picking up "what is left" at the fish market for very cheap.
>
>>
>>I used to love the boat dinners at Rickshaw...
>
>Hi, Bill,
>
>Yes! The boat dinners were great! I really liked Rickshaw.
>
>I've only been to Kabuki once and I can't remember about the 2
>for 1 thing. I don't recal it, though. Not sure I like the
>fact he admits going with a "lower grade of fish." The
>bacteria builds up in fish pretty fast.

The cheap stuff is not cheap because it is old! It just isn't as good a quality as the best of the best. Like humans, some fish got the good meat and some don't.....

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9/13/05, 11:23am
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>>I remember the Rickshaw restaurant. This is where Marie
>>and I went the week before I asked her to marry me, where I
>>successfully set her up into believing that a proposal
>(i.e.,
>>being able to afford a ring) was not forthcoming.
>>
>>We got into a discussion about ring costs and how I couldn't
>>afford 'em. Of course, by this time, my parents had already
>>assisted me with a loan to buy the ring.
>>
>>Needless to say, Marie was not a happy camper when we left
>>that restaurant, but she was the following week after a
>dinner
>>at The Bistro Garden.
>
>You make me out to be the "Material Girl". You asked me how I
>felt if you couldn't afford a ring for me, and I told you that
>it didn't matter. You pressed the issue of "...of course it
>matters to you." We went back and forth with you saying that
>it mattered to me, and I, telling you, that it didn't. So,
>you really pissed me off that night that I didn't want
>anything from you.
>
>But, you did a good job setting me up with the surprise
>proposal.
>
>

He's lucky you didn't say yes with your mouth, but HELLO with your knee to his groin!


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9/13/05, 7:48pm
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>The cheap stuff is not cheap because it is old! It just isn't
>as good a quality as the best of the best. Like humans, some
>fish got the good meat and some don't.....

I am not so sure about that. I saw a show recently on Food Network (Yes, I do watch other shows on there other than Rachel ) about how they grade sushi. The older stuff, eg: the eyes of the fish not being clear , or a stronger fish smell, gets graded lower and therefore cheaper.

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9/14/05, 4:33am
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>>The cheap stuff is not cheap because it is old! It just
>isn't
>>as good a quality as the best of the best. Like humans, some
>>fish got the good meat and some don't.....
>
>I am not so sure about that. I saw a show recently on Food
>Network (Yes, I do watch other shows on there other than
>Rachel ) about how they grade sushi. The older stuff, eg:
>the eyes of the fish not being clear , or a stronger fish
>smell, gets graded lower and therefore cheaper.
>
>

Everything depends on the day at the fish market. Yes, certainly anything "old" would be graded lower..but they also could grade two fish, caught side by side, differently. Depends on the fish. (Fat content, color, etc.)

Years ago, the local sushi guys would pick their own fish. We had a sushi master that we used to go to and he would go to the "market" everyday (except monday) to get his own stuff. We had many a discussion on what constitutes a "good" grade vs. a lessor grade.

Now adays, as I understand it, the sushi guys no longer actually GO to the market. They have a company that gets the fish and delivers and, as I understand it, GUARANTEES the quality of the fish. (At least that is how it goes locally. Might be different in other places. )

Of course...as I remember..you don't like sushi anyway so you will have to settle for a Rachel Ray "graded" meat loaf.

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9/14/05, 12:29pm
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>Years ago, the local sushi guys would pick their own fish. We
>had a sushi master that we used to go to and he would go to
>the "market" everyday (except monday) to get his own stuff.
>We had many a discussion on what constitutes a "good" grade
>vs. a lessor grade.
>
>Now adays, as I understand it, the sushi guys no longer
>actually GO to the market. They have a company that gets the
>fish and delivers and, as I understand it, GUARANTEES the
>quality of the fish. (At least that is how it goes locally.
>Might be different in other places. )
>
>Of course...as I remember..you don't like sushi anyway so you
>will have to settle for a Rachel Ray "graded" meat loaf.
>
>

That makes sense. I know that is also how other restaurants get their meat, etc.


If Rachel made the sushi, I'd eat it

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9/14/05, 7:04pm
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>He's lucky you didn't say yes with your mouth, but HELLO with
>your knee to his groin!
>

LOL! It probably would have happened if Rob kept on!

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9/15/05, 10:18am
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>LOL! It probably would have happened if Rob kept on!

Yup. When we left that restaurant, I remember it being a late summer day, yet it was cold as ice getting back into the car.

All worth it! LOL... if a knee to the nutters was involved, though, I would retract that statement.

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