Stopped by the market last night, picked up an item and found dinner.
During the day, it was a lot more kids in groups. Evening, families arrive and young adults. It was very crowded around the Gluwien stands… they all park and drink.
Stop, go, red light, green light.
My iPhone defiantly does not take as nice a picture as my Canon, but I left it at home.
So this is a Kaki, persimmon. This is the size of them compared to raspberries or pear. I have never seen this type in the States, only the little ones.
Pork and onion shish kabob. They are cooked in liquid, then served, covered with a tomato sauce, mild curry, and paprika powder. Little more sauce on top and served with a roll. It was very good. The curry is very mild, no heat, the paprika a hint of warmth and smoky flavor.
Each station has its own theme, design, and decorations. This one had large murals on the walls.
A fairly empty U-Bahn, as most were heading towards the Market, me away.