Heading towards a Thai restaurant I always visit when in San Jose, I lost myself in a train of thought and zigged when I should have zagged. In only a moment I was at Milpitas Square, with 18 restaurants and a total of 61 shops and restaurants, Milpitas Square offers an array of different cuisine including Dim Sum, Cantonese, Thai, Japanese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Filipino and others. After walking around for a few minutes I was beginning to think I should just head over to In-N-Out Burger (considered by Eric Schlosser in Fast Food Nation to be the antithesis of McDonalds) and order something familiar, but that just seemed liked taking the easy road, and the road had brought me here. I walked the walk and finally settled on the place that spoke the most to me -- friendly, inviting, pictures of the food, and smelling deliciously of waffles. Yes, waffles. Round waffles, waffles on a stick, waffles shaped like eggs. I had banana milk pearl tea and bbq pork over rice, because I just don't think of waffles for dinner. Only afterwards did I realize it was called "Bubbles". If this post has a point it would be that only the wrong turns take you to places you don't expect to be.