Impromptu AYCE kbbq at Galbi King. Aka we had planned to get tofu, but with a group of 6 they sat us at a table with a grill, and everyone-in-unison thought "kbbq!" It's not very good kbbq, but for a local joint before poker night, who can say no?
A few days later was Mid-Autumn Festival. Did not know Kee Wah had low sugar mooncakes, but they did seem to be more palatable than some of the full sugar regular ones?
Wrapping up the week's fooding with lunch at Audrey at The Hammer. For a place that's gotten this much hype, located right inside a museum (unlike Otium, which is merely museum-adjacent), they start off a little slow, but end up crowded by 12:30pm.
And the food, while clean contemporary American, manages to mostly be good. Deep fried tempura battered okra are perhaps the best example of a somewhat innovative take to make a slightly lighter, tasty-but-never-going-to-win-an-award version of a traditional southern dish. Blackened fish sandwich had an overly salty, tiny salad with it, but pretty quality fish. The best executed and most interesting dish by far was the "corngee," which had flavors that were a bit hard to place, but managed to be a truly unique dish with a fusion that worked.
Not sure it's worth the hype, as tasty contemporary American places are not hard to find, but Audrey at The Hammer ended up being a very solid meal.