A look at what's going on in Trinidad, on H Street, and in the larger area north of Capitol Hill.
H Street is in desperate need of a renovation? Why would someone open a restaurant on H Street? Is this a joke or is the author that mind numbingly ignorant? -Jordan
Yeah that was a terrible opening line. Really? Where do you live exactly?
"Upon first walking down H St., I was confused as to why anyone would open a restaurant here as the H St. Corridor is starving for renovation."Another clueless clown stumbles out of his NW cocoon, discovers H Street, completely fails to understand what's happening, and upon returning to NW decides to put pen to paper.This is actually a bit heartening. People like this made it possible for people like me to get such a great deal on a house around here. I always wondered how people didn't see the U Street or Columbia Heights comeback coming a mile away... now I know.
While I appreciate local blogs profiling our new neighborhood spots, this person is an idiot. "All soup bowls come with a huge flattened ladle and chopsticks, no forks here people—have to slurp it up just like the Asians do." Really?? This must have been the first time she was ever exposed to "the Asians."
OMG, that review made me laugh so hard. I love these comments. Heartening indeed. I <3 H St. NE.
"The ramen noodles are similar to what you would find in a dried ramen package, except fresher and hand-made."So...they're just like Oodles of Noodles, but not.
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