Itâ€™s been cool and dry like California weather. It is time for us to check a night market. I am so fortunate to have a good sense of smell and strong digestion. I never had any stomach issues eating out from street venders.Plates were covered by plastic bag, so they donâ€™t need to be washed each time. Beer came in thin plastic cup (I spilled my beer all over my jeans because I forgot how wriggly a plastic cup is).It is not fancy, but it was fun.We had cold cucumber appetizer, potato dish, stir-fried lettuce, mala tofu, and stir-fried noodle, a typical Chinese food. It wasnâ€™t too oily. I had no expectation so I enjoyed their fresh cook food. Akiva didnâ€™t get bored at all. He was looking around people and wondering where these noises are coming from.The fruit vender lady kept smiling at Akiva . BTW, I support femal street venders so I bought pears and oranges from her after dinner.
I think the night market guys made our food a first priority, because I kept hearing them mentioning about â€œthe foreigner (=Jesse)â€. â€œThe foreigner wants spicyâ€, â€œThe noodle is for the foreigner!â€ etc. However Jesse didnâ€™t appreciate to be called “the foreigner”, so he told them to call him “The Cool Guy” next time.
Night Market at Open Vegetable Market(day time)
Lion Mountain Rd, SND