The Culinary Gem of Downtown J-Tree

I was camping in Joshua Tree this weekend (no, I didn’t go to the J-Tree Music Festival–I went a bit further afield) and noted this absolute must-visit for my return trip. (click to enlarge)

7 thoughts on “The Culinary Gem of Downtown J-Tree”

  1. omg omg omg. You just know that’s a place to go. Once again Lucinda, you fulfill a culinary desire I didn’t know I needed satisfaction.

  2. I’ve always found the Chinese/Japanese small town restaurant thing amusing. It’s as if someone issued every small town in California one restauranter family. Some of them are really good.

    Although my favorite small town restaurant is the Authentic, a Mexican restaurant in Dsesert Hot Springs. There used to be a waitress there who slept with Elvis and loved to tell the story. Said he was not “The King” in all respects.

  3. My friend once ate at a sushi restaurant in some podunk town in the middle of nowhere in Montana. He said it was about as good as you’d expect from a bunch of blonde white guys in Montana.

  4. The best liquor store I’ve ever been to is outside of Joshua Tree, on Highway 62. It’s part of a gas station (can’t remember which one), on the south side of the street. They also make deli sandwiches inside, but the beer selection is out of this world.

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