New development on the Corti's front. And...let the assholeish comments begin!
An awesome new yelper clued me in the Kim's market in Davis and I excitedly headed over there for lunch shortly after I read the review. As you can see I maybe got a little too excited about the kimchee. But that whole big jar was only 8 bucks!They make the kimchee at Kim's and it's pretty good. It's not as good as my favorite brand, Cosmo, which is so fermented that it sometimes kind of explodes when you open it. Kim's had none of that fizziness and is not quite hot enough. Oh well. But they make a lot of their own pickles in the store, and they are better. That feast above cost about six dollars. The plastic clamshell has beef and various banchan, and the lettuce leaf has yummy salty bean paste inside. The sushi has regular and spicy tuna. But it's not raw, it's tuna salad from canned tuna. It's funny but tasty. It also has lettuce, pickle, fake crab, and some other stuff. They also had cooked beef sushi, and a small vegetable section in the store, which will be great for cooking future dinners. I was so excited to find this oasis of culinary quality within the wasteland of Davis that I almost got hit by a car leaving the store. Dork!