- Get to Siam Orchid during their posted hours of 10-3pm.
- Write a Thai-O-Rama review, for the blogger venture that I've failed to participate in fully.
- Get to the food court before noon.
Kamasouptra's Toasted Cheese and Tomato Soup instead of a plate of Drunken Noodles.
But, no good deed shall go unnoticed and to say that my first trip to Kamasouptra wasn't blissful would be a bold face lie. The Missus had their Chowder, which was rich and hearty but was a bit lacking in any seasoning outside of just milk and clams and fell a little flat for me. I opted for the cup above, always loving the classic combination. With it barely being above 45 degrees out, I wanted to literally dive into the soup. It was beautifully done as a tomato bisque with a more than generous amount of cheese(Parm? Cheddar? Gouda??) throughout. But, my god... the bread. A simple roll, piping hot out of the oven to mop up all the wonderful goodness of the soup was served alongside and I couldn't have been happier. I may actually find myself bundling up this winter and making the trek over to the Portland Public Market House to warm myself up with one of the 8 soups they offer on a daily basis.