Tag Archive: fried rice

Mid-City: Brunch at COD

  COD or Catch of the Day restaurant brings fresh seafood and colorful drinks to West Third. The newish Mid-city restaurant has an upstairs patio, something its neighbors lack. You’ll find lively evening… Continue reading

DTLA: Sticky Rice 2 Now Open at Grand Central Market

  Sticky Rice 2 has now opened at Grand Central Market.¬†The Thai comfort food stall has added a noodles shop directly behind its stall.¬†Grand Central Market is now open later on Thursdays, Fridays… 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

DTLA: The Wonton Search Continues at Uncle John’s Cafe

  Following the disappointing wonton noodles soup at China Cafe which I actually thought the wontons were fine, if a little inauthentic, I found myself at Uncle John’s Cafe looking at the half-Chinese… Continue reading

DTLA: Checking Out Lunch at Lililya

  I’m always looking for new places to eat for lunch in Downtown Los Angeles. I’m usually in the South Park area but now I’ve been traveling to Little Tokyo fairly frequently. I’ve… Continue reading

Koreatown: Black Goat Stew at Chin Go Gae

  A couple of weeks ago, we had some strange weather in LA. It had been hot and muggy for a few days and then we had seemingly random thunderstorms. One such storm… Continue reading

Pasadena: Musha for Home-style Japanese Food

I’ve always wanted to try Musha though I’ve always heard the Torrance location was better and I never seem to make it out that way. I would have had a better chance of… Continue reading

Chinatown: Late Night at Full House

  After my birthday party a couple of weekends ago, we headed over to Full House. I can’t remember the last time I’ve been there but I know it’s been years. Recently, I… Continue reading

DTLA: Flying Pig Cafe Now Open

Another food truck in L.A. has laid down some roots. The Flying Pig Cafe opened a couple of weeks ago in Little Tokyo. The brilliantly white space is decorated with “flying pigs” of… Continue reading