Sunday, August 25, 2013

Red Medicine

"Red Medicine was conceived after 18-hour shifts in the restaurants, at 3 in the morning, usually at some dive in Chinatown, over steaming bowls of pho. The lack of sleep, partial apathy, and blurred vision are all symptoms to expect during the stressful time of opening a restaurant. We always needed some sort of medicine to cure our ails during the last few moments of freedom, before returning again, hours later. ...This is not a traditional Vietnamese restaurant. We are not Vietnamese. Hell, we’ve never even been to Vietnam!" – Red Medicine's Manifesto • We went to Red Medicine last night for dinner, the food was pretty amazing, we didn't care for desserts though. It's a great twist on Vietnamese food, each dish we ordered was very tasty, you should try it yourself.

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