Sausalito in my farthest memory is a love story starring Maggie Cheung and Leon Lai, which I watched on TV when I was small. I recall seeing a lot of street graffiti in the movie, so I thought Sausalito would be kinda like a cheapskate place. But in reality, Sausalito is filled with hillside homes, yachts parked by the bay and looks rather POSH $$$. Pik Lay told me that it is a place dwelled by the wealthy. And I believe that, cos some of my colleagues had RM100 spaghetti there. $_$
Luckily, we went to the Panda Express.
The Panda Express is like a godsend to us Chinese who are simply cravingggg for a plate of hot rice and wok-fried food in America. You know, some of us just have to eat at least one meal of noodles/rice every day and hamburgers just don't fit the bill! Luckily the Panda Express can easily be found in most places and is one of the cheapest meals around - this and Subway saved our lives. We had Panda Express at least 3 times while in U.S.
In Panda Express, they serve economy rice/'zhap fan' with dishes like Orange Chicken, Kung Pao Chicken, Sweet Sour Pork, Beijing Beef, spring rolls with steamed rice, fried rice or chow mein. My lunch at Sausalito - Broccoli Beef with fried rice and a fortune cookie that served crap advice.