Along with a good chunk of Rice students, I have always regarded Jinya Ramen Bar as the daddy of ramen joints.
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For my loyal followers: I realize that for all of my past reviews, I have decided to write about sandwiches.
So apparently the editors of the Thresher want me to let y'all know what I think of the restaurants I review in the first paragraph, so here's a skinny, low-fat, diet version of the whole thing: I love this place.
There is perhaps no better time to review Little Liberty, located in Rice Village than in the wake of the recent presidential election.
Ah, the American burger. Ever flexible, the burger is perhaps one of the few entrees that has graced both the menus of the most humble fast food restaurants as well as some of the highest regarded fine dining establishments in the world.
Allow me to preface this review by saying that I don't like hot dogs. I find the taste of the sausage as bland as an episode of “This Old House,” the texture as slimy and spongy as, well, a sea sponge, and more often than not, the sausage is cooked to a point where the casing is scorched more than the town of Pompeii.