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Pasadena: Little Sheep Hot Pot Boils Up Good Times

  It seems like I eat hot pot a lot but the reality is, I don’t nearly eat it as much as I would like to. I recently found myself with a terrible… Continue reading

Chinatown: Late Night at Phoenix Inn

  When I was a kid growing up in LA, we would find ourselves at Phoenix Inn nearly weekly. And it was always a stop whenever we came ┬áhome from international flights from… Continue reading

Chinatown: Dim Sum at Empress Pavilion

  I remember when Empress Pavilion opened in Chinatown. It was the hot place to go and continued to be a staple. I even had my college graduation brunch there. Over the years,… Continue reading

Monterey Park: Hot Pot Hot Pot aka Little Fat Sheep

One night we headed to Monterey Park for fried chicken. Sadly, the Tokyo Fried Chicken Company was closed that evening (as it’s apparently closed every Monday and Tuesday, oops). So we headed to… Continue reading

West Covina: Myung Dong Tofu House

After traveling, I always want to get a comforting meal. I usually do noodles but Korean tofu soup sounded. It was in between lunch and dinner so we went looking for something open… Continue reading

San Gabriel: Hot Pot at Lu Gi

  A few weeks ago we had record breaking low temperatures driving people seeking warm and comforting food. I opted for hot pot. Lu Gi is one of the popular spots in the… Continue reading

Glendale: Truffle Dumplings at Din Tai Fung

The newest Din Tai Fung has now opened at the Americana in Glendale. This one differs from the two in Arcadia with two additional dishes including the truffle xiao long bao (juicy soup… Continue reading

PDX: Those Wings at Pok Pok

I’ve been to Portland a handful of times and each time I return home, someone will ask, “did you go to Pok Pok?” And I’ll mumble something usually along the lines of “no,… Continue reading

DTLA: Noodles & Cocktails at Peking Tavern

Peking Tavern quietly opened a month or so ago. Located in the basement of the same building as the new Terroni Downtown, it’s almost easy to miss if you weren’t looking for it.… Continue reading

Seattle Wonton Battle: Canton Wonton House VS Mike’s Noodle House

  On my last trip to Seattle, I headed down to the International District to seek a bowl of noodles. Actually, I ended up on a mini crawl and checked out Canton Wonton… Continue reading