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“Kitchen Nankai”

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Fortunately, my lunchtime is flexible and is not limited to the conventional time frame of 12 noon to 1 pm which most companies follow. I often see many people queuing in front of restaurants at that time. Sometimes a customer would (3)blow a fuse and complain to the staff when they bring a dish which wasn’t ordered. Convenience stores also are crowded that a queue is needed. It’s a waste of time. So I often (2)go on with my work until 13:00. If I get too hungry where my stomach wants to (1-2)go off, I start thinking of the restaurant I would go to for that day’s lunch. The area near my office is extremely convenient when one wants to eat something delicious. There are several universities, big hospitals, companies’ headquarters and even a famous second-hand bookstore street. I’ve been curious about a particular old restaurant for a long time called “Kitchen Nankai” because it always has a long line of diners waiting to be seated. Fortunately I took my lunch break at 3 pm yesterday. There was no queue, so I finally entered. I was a little confused about what should I order because I hadn’t read reviews of the restaurant on the internet. I ordered chicken cutlet and ginger pork but the most famous menu items are the pork cutlet & curry! (I noticed that most people ordered it after I ordered…)
I’ll have to definitely go back and try them next time.


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Title: Kitchen Nankai
Fortunately, my lunchtime is not regular time because it’s adjustable in my work. Many companies set the lunchtime at 12:00-13:00. thus I can see many queuing people in front of restaurants at the time. A waiting man sometimes (3)blew a fuse to stuff who brought the wrong dish which the man didn’t order. Convenience stores also are crowded, it needs a queue. It’s a waste of time. So I often (2)go on my work until 13:00. If my stomach (1-2)goes off by hungry, I start to think which restaurant is best for today’s lunch. Near my office is extremely convenient to eat something delicious food. There are several universities, big hospitals, companies’ headquarters, famous second-hand bookstores’ street. I’ve been curious for a long time one of the old restaurants “Kitchen Nankai” in the street because there’s a long queue for it. However, yesterday I took my lunch rest at 3 pm. There was nobody queuing, so I finally entered it. I confused what should I order because I didn’t read the review of the restaurant on the internet. I ordered chicken cutlet and ginger pork. but the most famous menu is the pork cutlet & curry! (I noticed that most people ordered it after I ordered…)
I’ll go there again for eating it.

homework:
(1)go off:
(1-1)Explode.
(e.g.)”A bomb went off in a crowded restaurant”
(1-2)Ring or make a loud noise.
(e.g.)”The alarm clock was set to go off at 6 a.m.”
(1-3)Stop working
(e.g.)”The heating has gone off. It’s freezing!”
(1-4)No longer be good to eat or drink.
(e.g.)”The milk has gone off. Don’t drink it.”
(1-5)No longer like or enjoy.
(e.g.)”My grandmother has gone off crosswords.”
(2)go on: Continue.
(e.g.)”Sorry for interrupting. Please go on.”
(3)blow a fuse: If you blow a fuse, you suddenly lose your temper and become very angry.
(e.g.)Charlie blew a fuse yesterday then he discovered that his iPod had been stolen.

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