Breakfast at Eggslut in Venice-- skipped the slut (sous vide egg and potato) and went for the bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich instead. One of the few bacon breakfast sandwiches done right, with an ample amount of crispy-but-not-too-crispy bacon and a soft brioche bun. Nom!
Lucked out and beat a huge crowd by three minutes-- it's a small place considering the size of the crowd!
Late lunch at L Kitchen... turns out it's the old Top Leaf, which was pretty bad, but with a new owner and chef. As far as westside Chinese/Taiwanese food goes it's pretty good, but compared to the authentic stuff it's still a work in progress.
Pei dan sau yuk juk was a large bowl with a decent amount of both preserved egg and pork, but the flavor was a little lacking-- maybe short on ginger or something, and no white pepper to be found. Chive and egg box smelled a little funny but tasted ok, dough was pretty basic, and finally the shredded cucumber with bits of garlic was good if you ate it quickly; waiting too long meant it soaked in the sauce too long and ended up too salty.