Visiting from out of town, I knew Tasty N Sons had to be on my list come hell or high water. I'd been here for happy hour last year on a different visit. And as usual Tasty N Sons exceeded expectations. Luckily we didn't have to wait for a seat. Maybe because it was late morning on a weekday. The staff were pleasant, and economical in their service. The famous Burmese red pork stew was worth the calories - it had hard cooked egg bits and a fried egg on top over delicious short grain rice. However, we did think the pork was a bit on the dry side, though the pork belly made up for that dryness. The other item we ate was the potatoes bravas. My friend didn't care for the hot sauce, as he hates vinegary sauces in general. But I think it helped cut through the richness of the aioli and fried egg. This place is always worth a visit.
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