Why do they call it the Blue Gibbon you ask? Look no further than the decor.
Now I wonder. Did they call it the Blue Gibbon because they found a huge deal on about 10 - 20 gibbon figurines they could mount to the wall? OR did they decide to call it Blue Gibbon and then found these delightfully eccentric and scary primates? Who knows - I just like the food.
They kind of know us here. It means we eat here a lot. Overeat here too.
I ordered a pork egg roll. Tasty! Any excuse to use the spicy mustard. I don't know what they put in it but it is deadly! Just as I had told Pat that it's dangerous to eat it because you could accidentally get some on your tongue and of course, I got some on my tongue. It actually hurts my skull when I do this. I can't quit eating the mustard though.
Crab Rangoon! They make no qualms about saying that it's imitation crab meat. I'm fine with that. It's truth in advertising. These are tasty. They also taste fresh, not frozen as so many restaurants use.
Hot and sour soup. I am a complete sucker for it! Theirs is really tasty and fresh green onion makes it all the better.
I also like to cram as many of the delicious fried noodles in the bowl as I can.
Barbecue beef on a stick. Pat's favorite! Tasty, tender beef skewered and slathered in barbecue sauce. MMM! Have you been paying attention? It seriously was just 2 people eating this mess.
Pat in his natural habitat...
I love places that serve the rice in one of these covered dishes.
The real reason to go here is for their Sesame Pork Loin. It is amazing! I am a huge fan of sesame anything. They will make the pork loin any way you want: salt and pepper, black bean, peking or sesame.
I eat it with veggies which are steamed to perfection and still have snap.
Pat opts for the same exact thing with no veggies. He thinks he's SO clever. Always good!