Tag Archive: curry

Little Tokyo: Curry and Fried Chicken at Torigoya

  I’ve been stalking Torigoya ever since I heard it was opening. They’ve been open for dinner for months now but only recently opened for lunch. One day I walked by and saw… Continue reading

Melrose: Spicy Shrimp Saag at Anarkali Indian Restaurant

  Anarkali is one of those Indian restaurants I think I’ve gone before, thought was good and then forgot about because there are a ton of great Indian places in the city. And… Continue reading

Northridge: Indian Food at Village Tandoor

  I had been craving Indian food for weeks and came across Village Tandoor in Northridge for dinner. After looking over the menu, we found it was a better value to get a… Continue reading

DTLA: “Rice Bowls” for Lunch at Orsa and Winston

  Orsa and Winston has started serving lunch in Downtown Los Angeles. I heard when I was in Florida on vacation and couldn’t wait to get back home. It was the perfect excuse… Continue reading

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