Culver City: Steak at Dear John’s

I love old school steak houses. Dear John’s in Culver City may be renovated but it’s all for the better. It still has a charm that only comes from serving good steaks for… Continue reading

Koreatown: Getting King Buns and Spicy Noodles at Myung In Dumplings

  I’m not really a buns (bao) sort of person. I much prefer dumplings. My only exception would be the Chinese sheng jian bao. However, even I couldn’t pass up the novelty of… Continue reading

SGV: Chinese Rice Rolls at Yin Ji Chang Fun

  Over the summer, I visited ShanDong dumplings and spotted a new rice rolls restaurant opening in the same plaza. I headed back recently to check it out. Chinese rice rolls or cheung… Continue reading

SGV: Checking Out Bhanu Indian Grocery

    I met up with a vegan friend. I usually pick all-Vegan/ Vegetarian restaurants when I visit with her. Generally we like Indian or Ethiopian food for our meet ups. I was… Continue reading

Chinatown: Steep Teahouse is Now Open

  The teahouse, Steep, soft opened over the summer in Chinatown and made its official debut this past Mid-Autumn Festival which happened to be a Friday this year. Steep was quite busy which… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Tacos 1986

  Tacos 1986 has been getting a lot of buzz lately for their Tijuana-style tacos. I finally made my way over to the Spring Street spot to find a very quaint set up.… Continue reading

Culver City: Lunch at Destroyer

  It’s a bit hard for me to get out of Downtown Los Angeles for lunch but I was excited to be able to to check out Destroyer in Culver City. I have… Continue reading

SGV: Noodles and Dumplings at Qing Dao Bread Food

  Periodically, I search for new dumplings spots in the San Gabriel Valley. Invariably I’ll come across one I always meant to try. And this time it was Qing Dao Bread Food. Qing… Continue reading

DTLA: BBQ at Denim

  I checked out Denim the eatery for lunch one day recently. They’re a new barbecue spot in the fashion district of Downtown Los Angeles. The space is quite narrow but once you… Continue reading

Westwood: Ten Days Away to LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade Food Festival

  We are now 10 days away from one of my favorite food festivals, LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade.  The food festival at UCLA’s Royce Quad on Saturday, September 14 will feature an all-star… Continue reading