DAN ANTIONS THURS DOORS – SACRAMENTO HARBOR

Pleasant memory. Every time we came in Sacramento,
we had an Indonesian meal here … until
it changed owners, and the chef dumped
a whole cooked egg in the Soto (soup)
instead of serving it sliced on the side,
together with the other sides.
To me it twas a sign of carelessness.

 

 

De door is hidden, on the backside of the stairs
going from the city side to the place were the boats were.

 

 

Right underneath the orange life boats
of the Hornblower is a door.

 

This link brings you back to Thurs. Doors challenge!

23 thoughts on “DAN ANTIONS THURS DOORS – SACRAMENTO HARBOR

  1. I was a waitress many years ago when the restaurant I worked at changed owners. It can sure be a change for the worse in some ways. Great doors! Late arrival after a weekend with a tummy bug. Hope you’re staying warm!!

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    1. We have had some severe cold and snow too. Mom lives 20 minutes away and got blacked out for 1 1/2 hrs as part of an energy conversation plan. I have folks in Texas who’ve never seen the likes of this. Snowing in Galveston?? You keep safe down there!

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    2. Inmy childhood lived in Holland, but that is too long to remember how it feels. For me the hardest is to go to bed and get up in the morning when it is icy. I am in Austin’s suburbs (don’t know if that is considered the South of the State). Can tell they’re not used to snow here. They had a big pile up near Dallas. A few deaths and 60 people in the hospital. They blame it on the road not covered well enough with sand. Have groceries for 10 days so I don’t have to risk my life:)

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    3. Good that you know the ropes so to speak on preparedness! So many people are hardly ever prepared for emergencies. Sad that they are having such tragedy from the cold and ice/snow. I told my Canadian Penpal she needed to close the door. She’d let too much air out ha Stay warm as you can!!

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    1. Word of mouth is always a good way to follow, at least when it comes to food. I hope you will find your Indonesian restaurant and share its doors with us πŸ™‚
      Pat is great, thank you πŸ™‚ Lovely meeting you, Jesh.

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  2. I’d love to find a goo Indonesian restaurant and have some bami goreng. I saw that the one you showed had nasi goreng and another type that I couldn’t read, but I like noodles, so bami is my favorite. I first had it in Amsterdam in the mid-seventies and maybe once in the States after that.

    janet

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    1. Have good news for you. There is an Indonesian resaurant between Hacienda Heights and Dimond Bar, close to the 60 freeway, in Rowland Heights.
      Can’t remember the name, but I could email my old neighbor, who took us there. The food is good and authentic, and prices are very reasonable.Hubs estimated it would be about 45min to an hour from Pasadena.Will get back to you about the name:)

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    2. You could email me the name but unfortunately they’ve moved to Redondo Beach. Maybe there’ll be something around there. The Phoenix area doesn’t seem to be a hotbed of international dining. Probably most of the places are in Scottsdale and expensive.

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    3. Janet, did you see my second comment? It’s called Java Spice in Rowland Heights. See my other comment where it is approximately. Redondo Beach is still in the LA basin, and closer to Torrance, which is also about an hour to Rowland Heights.

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  3. A nice collection of doors, Jesh. I loved the movie “Captain Horatio Hornblower” so I was happy to see the lady door tucked under the life boats. I also understand your disappointment after the restaraunt changed hands.

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