Well! I’ve returned from a splendid weekend road trip. The agenda: eat, explore, eat, ask ourselves if we’re hungry yet, eat whether or not we are, try surfing, snack, eat, drink, snack. As usual, would you care for a few cell phone photos?
Traveling with like-minded people (in this case, a good friend/former roommate) means that lunch stops never involve anything with a drive-thru. Especially not when one is in San Jose–options abound! If you have time to be choosy, be choosy. In my book, every stomach rumble on the road is an opportunity, not a chore. An opportunity to eat something, like, say, hot stone bibimbap at SJ Omogari.
It’s like Korean paella (plus egg and hot sauce!), and I’m pretty sure I could eat this every day.