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Thanks the the in-depth review! Really helped my family decide to pick up the GoPro Hero4 Silver for our trip to Hawaii!

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If your dog is fat, you're not getting enough exercise.

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+Marques Brownlee , I will definitely not sell a limb for this phone, but I would gladly enter your contest! :P Thanks for the review!
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  • University of California - San Diego
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    Staff Research Associate, 2015 - 2015
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What I am and what I do is defined by my adventure in trying to define excellence. I live by Aristotle's quote, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit."

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B.S. in Microbiology. Minors in Computer Science and Global Health Studies. Java, C++, C, Rails, Ruby, HTML, CSS, JS. Can make bomb-ass Pho. Crafted Harry Potter wands.
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Pros: Fraking delicious taro eggs. Fun environment. Cons: Long lines. Terrible labeling/detail system. I can't tell what's in the baked good! Limited baked choices. Fraking delicious taro eggs. I fell in love with their taro eggs. They are the dragon egg shaped, purple swirled, taro filled goodness. I usually buy four of them everytime I go. $2 each. Great for breakfast and snacks! My friends say I look like a squirrel when I nibble on them cautiously...because I don't want to the snacking experience to end so soon! Fun environment. Everytime a fresh batch of baked goods are coming out the bakers yell out "FRESH BREADS." It really gets you excited. It's also fun to run inside and use their tongs to pick out the baked goods yourself.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Pros: Affordable. Nice interior. Legit Viet Food. Endless water refills. Cons: Pushy. They want you to order immediately. Shredded BBQ Pork is actually just Nem Nhuong. Affordable. I rate the affordability of a Vietnamese restaurant based on the price of their pho. A bowl of good Pho Dac Biet Xe Lua (the Extra Large pho bowl with assorted meats) should be around the price range of $6. This place falls into that category. Nice interior. The restaurant provides aesthetic vibes that take us back to Vietnamese roots. Rocking a bamboo decorated interior, this place reminds me of the stories my mother would tell me about Viet workers on the rice fields. Fields I've actually got to visit. A small glassed waterfall that drowns the sounds of talking, clinking of dishes, and the music of Vietnamese music with running water. There are plenty of booth seatings to provide an appropriate amount of privacy for you and your friends/family. Legit Viet Food. I compare Vietnamese food of restuarants to that of my mother's. She sets the baseline. For Pho Ca Dao, she actually took me here my first year of college at UC San Diego. She gave me the seal of approval. This pays homage to our culture. This is what good pho tastes like. The beef broth is delicious and not too salty. The fish sauce has just the right amount of sweetness. If you haven't had fish sauce before, I recommend dipping a pinky in to try it. Many places do their fish sauce differently. Some make it saltier than others. Some fishier. Endless water refills. The waiters will not stop refilling my water. I love this. I drink a ton of water. I never find myself asking them for more water. My friends find this annoying.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Pros: Affordable. Exemplary milk teas. Just perfect bobas (firm and sweet). Cons: Purchase requirement $5+ to use credit cards. Staff members seem pretty adamant about using the term "Pearls" instead of Boba. Drinks take a surprisingly long time to make. Crowded during the evenings. Affordable. Sharetea has a one size only policy, but I'm quite fine with it. For about $4.50 of your hardearned cash, they get a pretty large drink cup compared to their boba competitors in the neighborhood. They don't cheap out on you here. Exemplary Milk Teas. Sharetea firmly earns a spot in my stomach in this category. They mix freshly brewed black or green tea with milk right when you order. There is absolutely no powdery taste that you might get from other tea places (i.e. TapEx). The milk tea is sweet, yet can be TOO sweet for some. If you don't like sweetness, ask for 50% sugar. Ask for less ice so that it doesn't dilute your drink and ruin your experience. Just perfect bobas. Sharetea uses honey boba. They cook it perfectly firm. Not too hard. Not too soft. Just right all the time. They don't cheat on their boba. If it's not ready, it's not ready. I've visited them once where they actually ran out of boba and I had to wait over 45 minutes for a new batch! It's to make sure the boba absorbs the sugar appropriately. Recommendations. They aren't too shy with the fruit drinks. I recommend the Lemon Honey Tea with either Boba or Lychee Jelly. Make sure to pop a huge hole to get to the Boba easier because they include half a lemon in your drink. Also, try the Strawberry Black Tea with Lychee Jelly.
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Public - 10 months ago
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I believe the restaurant is trying create a comfortable setting for the modern Americanized Asian family. Folks from all backgrounds will find something appealing to eat from their menu. Their food ranges from pizza, pasta, and a variety of Vietnamese, Chinese, and Thai cuisine. I was able to dish out on one of their Italian pastas which I find to be very good in taste. It wasn't "excellent," but it was able to leave me with a satisfied full stomach. The atmosphere was really nice. It was very clean and modern. I have to note that there isn't much Asian to this place except the food in the menu. Great place for the kids. There are several chalk board walls where they provide chalk to their guests to draw with. The service was adequate. They were fast to serve us because there weren't many folks around to tend to at the time.
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
It's okay. If you want affordable and decent Vietnamese food, Banh Mi Che Cali is a good choice. This is less of a sit down restaurant than a take out service because it's a quite small venue. It's a lot faster if you go take out. Don't expect 5 star American service. I'm a frequent of Che Cali, so it's nice that the staff know my orders right before I walk through the doors. The banh mi "sandwiches" are a lot healthier alternatives than the fast food burgers and a lot cheaper. I love ordering these for road trips or small get-togethers. I highly recommend the BBQ pork. They have boba milk teas for the cheap! 2 for $2.25. That's a steal! Don't expect it to be good as the milk teas from Cha for Tea. Pho is not the best. At most, it's decent. As another reviewer pointed, the best food is usually up on the counter. These include the deserts.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago