Tag Archive: curry

Pasadena: Okra and Curry at Akbar Indian

  Our original intention was to get pasta at Union in Old Town Pasadena but a full house had us seeking alternatives. I hadn’t been to Akbar Cuisine of India in a few… Continue reading

SF: Curry and More at King’s Thai Cuisine

  On my first night in San Francisco, we went to King’s Thai Cuisine (formerly King of Thai). The tiny hole-in-the-wall has spawned a few locations throughout the city. We went to the… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Japanese Curry at Ebisu

While walking around Little Tokyo, we decided on Ebisu for dinner. The Japanese izakaya or small plates restaurant was a little quiet when we first walked in. I have gone much later at… Continue reading

DTLA: Indian Buffet Lunch at Gill’s

  On the perpetual lunch search, I had stumbled upon Gill’s Indian Restaurant when I first started working in Downtown. Then I promptly forgot about it until recently. Oh, I’ve always known it’s… Continue reading

Burbank: Mama Hong’s Vietnamese Kitchen

  I recently got back from a trip from Chicago where a number of people I met mentioned how much they didn’t like LA. It was a story I’ve heard before. LA is… Continue reading

DTLA: Curry at Fat Spoon

When Fat Spoon first opened, I was like a kid in the candy store getting all the add-ons (see sides). Recently I went back and though it was just before the foie gras… Continue reading

West LA: Curry House

I had wanted to go to Hurry Curry of Tokyo across the street but the wait was long and my friend thought we were meeting up at Curry House. They didn’t have a… Continue reading

Hollywood: Lunch at Palms Thai

The day after my birthday, I found myself craving a big bowl of noodles soup. I’ve also had this on and off again craving for Thai boat noodles. The gay boyfriend suggested Palms… Continue reading

DTLA: Fat Spoon Opens in Little Tokyo

  Michael Cardenas is a busy man these days. Besides his other two restaurants in Little Tokyo; Aburiya Toranoko and neighborhood favorite, the Lazy Ox, he along with partner Chef Hiroyuki Fujita opened… Continue reading

Pasadena: Lunch at Daisy Mint

I often get asked what is my favorite restaurant which is a very difficult question for me to answer. Not because there aren’t a lot of great restaurants, in fact it’s quite the… Continue reading