There are so many restaurants in the Boston area, and I'm sorry but returning to any of the ones I have previously reviewed just isn't the fastest way to cover all of the city's many delicious treasures. However it has been said that slow and steady wins the race
and I'm steady-ordering spicy soups.
Plus somebody, who I shall leave unnamed, recently read about the really rockin' Rap-Ramen @ Ruckus restaurant in Chinatown.
and made me bring them here.
No it wasn't the terrible mayor of some college town somewhere, who thinks that cannabis is whiskey,
It was somebody whose company I enjoy very much, but still have to be a bit of a ganja ninja,
when in their company.
This is, for me, where the Vapes really shine. They have been such a game changer, and are helping toward the goal of "un-stigmatization". I look forward to a day when you can proudly take a birthday bong hit with your dad, just like you can enjoy a beer with him now, without being treated like a dirt(yhash)bag.
As sad as it is, that cannabis is still being demonized and LIES in the shadow of stigma, A fully charged vape pen complete with fresh cartridge affords one a certiain
Sadly today I have neither a full tank or fully charged unit, but thankfully there is enough of a charge and goop at the bottom to earn the win. :)
After going into stealth mode, and I and eyes with redness, we finally make it to the noodle house where somebody was blasting some time honored Wu Tang classics.
and the ramen folks were in full swing.
I got the Lamb Stir Fry and my secret friend got the Kake Udon,
Very clean and interesting space inside the restaurant. Everybody is very friendly, and the food is Amblazin! (amazing when you're blazing)
Well we left Ruckus and decided to go check out Chinatown for a second.
They just celebrated the Chinese New Year,
we are in the year of the Rat.
I guess it is fine to be a rat, just don't be a thief though
the silver light of the moon
cake displays were everywhere
and other interesting looking pastries
Before leaving for the night we had to go to "A Goodmart"
I needed some Skyflakes
some ox tongue shaped cakes
some rare soybean drink
and of course some grass jelly
and wash it all down with a cold capico
well that's it. We escaped Chinatown with minutes to spare on the parking meter, and with reports of the meter zombies circling nearby... we will SEA CUKES next time
-thanks for reading.
[all photos by Joey SLLiks]