Tag Archive: japanese food

Philly: Late Night Dinner at Morimoto

  On our last night in Philly, we decided to hit up Morimoto for dinner. We wanted to hit up a Stephen Starr restaurant and we decided on the trendy Morimoto after my… Continue reading

DTLA: Checking Out Yuko Kitchen

  I always love finding new spots for lunch in Downtown Los Angeles. Yuko Kitchen opened up about a month and half ago on the corner of 5th and Main Streets. I figure… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Dinner at Izakaya Go

  On my last trip to Las Vegas, I had a vague list of places to check out. So while I was in Chinatown (aka Pan-Asian Town as my friends and I are… Continue reading

Glendale: Poke, Lobster Ramen and Duck Fat Tater Tots at K Ramen

  I recently checked out K Ramen Burger Beer at the Americana in Glendale. It’s upstairs from Katsuya and serves as the name says ramen, burgers and beer. I went for Dine LA… Continue reading

Hollywood: Tasting at Sushi of Gari

  Sushi of Gari opened about three months ago in Hollywood. It’s the first Los Angeles location for the local chain based in New York. Unlike most “traditional” Japanese restaurants, Gari serves very… Continue reading

Beverly Hills: Sakura Festival at Gyu-Kaku Until April 21

  The Southern California locations of Gyu-Kaku are celebrating Sakura Festival (cherry blossom festival) in a special way. For $55, you get a crazy dinner for two that includes 10 courses from now… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Small Japanese Plates at Aburiya Raku

  I’ve always meant to check out Aburiya Raku in Las Vegas. Sadly for a number of reasons, I have missed out on this hot izakaya. So when I heard they recently opened a… Continue reading

DTLA: Tan Tan Men at Anzutei Ramen

  Anzutei opened a few months ago but I finally had a chance to check it out this week. With the deluge of rain, El Nino has me craving noodle soups. Well, I… Continue reading

Melrose: Chirashi Bowls at Murakami Sushi

  Recently I was looking for a sushi spot near Hancock Park and came across Murakami Sushi. They’re best known for their build-your-own-chirashi bowls. Or they have a list of their favorite combinations. I opted… Continue reading

Pasadena: Spicy Miso Tonkatsu at Tatsunoya Ramen

  Tatusnoya opened today in Old Town Pasadena. The ramen shop features tonkotsu style ramen, similar to what one gets at Daikokuya or Tsujita. There are three selections based on intensity of the… Continue reading