Hanabi is back from their trips and decide to take a stay-cation. Hey, Seattle isn’t a bad place to do that either. Hanabi likes to go to some of the lesser talked about, more off the beaten path, every-man kind of places. It’s even better when yo consider how often he does this for Japanese restaurants. Obasan is just such a place and their mackerel shioyaki is anything but off the beaten path.
Seattle is many things, but a bastion of Mexican cuisine it is not. It’s not east coast or mid-west bad, but it’s defiantly not good. That is until a little spot called Villa Escondida came to town. Hanabi, as a California native knows the good stuff.
Listen in to see what he really thinks of their enchiladas.
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