Category Archive: brunch

DTLA: Brunch at the Michelin Star Orsa and Winston

    I’ve been meaning to try brunch at Orsa and Winston and I’m so glad I did before it was announced last week they have a Michelin star. Now I’m sure it’ll… Continue reading

SGV: Eat Nem, Drink Craft Beer at Summer Rolls

    I’ve been meaning to try this newish location of Summer Rolls for a bit. It was a pleasant surprise to discover they also serve craft beer. What could be better, Vietnamese… Continue reading

SGV: All the Dumplings at You Kitchen

  The latest dumplings darling in San Gabriel Valley is You Kitchen. They’re a small spot near 101 Noodle Express and a bowling alley. Surprisingly I haven’t had problems parking in the lot… Continue reading

Highland Park: Brunch at Cafe Birdie

  Recently I enjoyed brunch at Cafe Birdie in Highland Park. Although it’s been open for a few years now, I’ve never checked it out before. I have been to the back bar,… Continue reading

Studio City: Brunch and Cocktails at Gray Tavern

  Studio City has a new brunch king! I checked out Gray Tavern recently for breakfast-lunch otherwise known as brunch. And it’s definitely brunch because there were drinks involved. I’ve been super into… Continue reading

DTLA: Brunch at Rappahannock Oyster Bar

  I recently checked out brunch at Rappahannock Oyster Bar. It was also part of a pickling party where we made our own pickles. I hope Rapp bar does that again because that… Continue reading

SGV: Getting Spicy at Noodle Harmony

  I’m on a Sichuan food kick. When I saw Noodle Harmony opened about 3 months ago in Monterey Park, I starting plotting when I could get over there to get spicy food.… Continue reading

DTLA: Brunch at Vespaio

  I’ve been to Vespaio countless times for lunch but this was the first time I checked them out for brunch. I went one weekend a couple months back. I shared the octopus… Continue reading

Hong Kong: My Michelin Marathon Day

  On one of my last couple of days in Hong Kong, I headed over to PMQ in Central to check out all the artist studios. PMQ were the former quarters for married police… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Exploring Causeway Bay, Tai Kwun in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui

  The days in Hong Kong were merging together. Every day I explored a different neighborhood though in truth, I’d need to be there for a month or more to really see everything.… Continue reading