A sign inside the buffet offers a simple yet sage piece of advice: "Take Only What You Can Eat." But it's not just about eco-righteousness; chow time at Soka is a veritable jaunt through the world's cuisines. The condiment bottles stand as proof-Tapatío, Kikkoman and Sriracha get equal counter space with ketchup, mustard and Tabasco.
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Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 3 p.m. by Edwin Goei
Food for Thought Getting schooled at Soka Bistro What little I knew about Soka University I learned from their website. Opened in 2001, it's California's newest liberal-arts college, built upon Buddhist principles, but welcoming stu...