February 1, 2005 7

Marston (Pasadena)

By in 02: Pasadena

DSC00544.jpgDSC00549.jpgMacadamia Nut Pancakes $ 8.95, Blueberry Pancakes $ 6.95. Finally tried the much-hyped (^_-) Pancakes from Martson. They’re a little different from what I expected because from Tina’s descriptions, I imagined them to be real thin like crepe with real blueberries in between ^^;;;; Despite that, they’re indeed yummy even they are just regular pancakes. The pancakes are soft and light, though the Blueberry one is a bit burnt.

DSC00548.jpgDSC00551.jpgFantastic French Toast $7.95 Yummy, a bit greasy though. Chicken cilantro sausage $4.25 Delicious!

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7 Responses to “Marston (Pasadena)”

  1. seat says:

    The pancakes look nice~~~and look very homemade with the brown/wheat/Rye kinda colour(just the lights?) and distorted shape(perfectly round ones are boring ^^;;;).

  2. tina says:

    Im glad that you end up liking the pancake ^_^ but other than that marston doesn’t have much to offer. i was hoping we could sit outside that day since the weather is so nice.

    their ingredents are all organic, hence the brown/unbleached flour colour. btw, how are your eyes?

  3. Freda says:

    Stan told me he and Dean breakfast there often too, though he said he find the French toast better. The selection is too little for repeated.
    I went to Manhattan Beach last weekend and passed by that Uncle Bill, gosh it’s so packed and a huge crowd of waiting lines, so undeserved~ that place SUCKS!!! Oh we went there to check out housing in that area…check out lots of open house and open model at this community, so niiiiice but too $$$, gosh that made me depressed coz don’t think we can afford that standard of living -,-;;; (the ridiculously high monthly management fee, community fee, property tax and all that add up to a scary heavy amount each month, and haven’t even count the actual price of buying the house).

  4. tina says:

    Yeah, getting a place can be a real pain in the ass!!! you have to calculate your monthly morgage payment plus ultlities, tax, and insurance. and if you buy a townhouse like us, there is the association feed (which can be nice sometimes cuz they cover water, trash, gardening, any fix on the outside of the building, and cable too) usually you add up about 1/2 of your monthly loan payment and that’s what you will end up paying. but don’t feel discourage by all these$$$, cuz you also get tax write off, and you can rent the place out w/out payiing more tax on that. in the long run, it’s all worth it. i rather pay morgage than paying Bush goverment my hard earning money!!!

  5. Eileen says:

    I love reading your food section.
    Do you think you can include the address for the restaurants as well? ^^

  6. Joan says:

    Hey Eileen, you’re Angie’s sister right? 🙂 I’m glad you enjoy our food review. I’ll try include restaurant’s address from now on. If not, you can always find address of them from City Search as well.

  7. seat says:

    Yeah my eyes are totally recovered now – just that Japan is very very dry and windy now so I need more eye-drops than when I was in HK right after the surgery.