@sck thank you so much for the translation! A lamb sandwich was a surprising enough find— lanzhou hand pulled noodles, if they are good and what they say they are, could be a diamond in the rough
I didn’t ask where the chef was from, but will call later in the week to find out.
@Souperman Ha, no skunk train— my wife and I were returning from a trip near Redwoods National Park. We’ll be heading past Mom’s Buffet again a few times by the end of the year, and I’ll call in a lamb sandwich for a grab and go on the next trip if they’re open (I can also clarify whether the “lamb” is goat as per to @sck’s translation) .
There’s a Chinese only, family dinner menu from their website. Can someone help me out with the meaning of the vertical writing (I think it says something about the chef)? Here’s my go at translating the dishes:
Bean sprout chow mein
You tiao (Chinese long doughnuts)
Salt and pepper chicken wings
3-5 person, add on
Singapore style rice noodle
? Fried rice
5-8 person, add on
Salt and pepper shrimp with head
Crisp fried big fat crab 香酥大肥蟹
Ginger green onion lobster