Tag Archive: noodles

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: 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

SGV: I found My Mr. Right for Noodles

I’m starting another Chinese Food Week on The Minty. We’ll be spending a lot of time in the San Gabriel Valley this week! I love noodles. But will I love the Mr. Right… Continue reading

Santa Barbara: Brunch at Khao Kaeng by Empty Bowl Gourmet Noodle Bar

On my last day in Santa Barbara, we headed to the new Khao Kaeng by Empty Bowl Gourmet Noodle Bar. It’s on the main drag in Montecito but downstairs so you may not… Continue reading

Koreatown: Dinner at Yong Su San

  I recently visited Yong Su San, a high end Korean spot in the heart of Koreatown. Our friend was looking for a good Korean restaurant that served nice wine and not just… Continue reading

SGV: All the Dumplings at You Kitchen

  The latest dumplings darling in San Gabriel Valley is You Kitchen. They’re a small spot near 101 Noodle Express and a bowling alley. Surprisingly I haven’t had problems parking in the lot… Continue reading

Koreatown: Bossam at Hangari Bajirak Kalguksu

  When my friend mentioned she wanted to go get kalguksu (hand cut noodles), I was was immediately in! We went to Hangari Bajirak Kalguksu which I’ve never been to as the line… Continue reading

SGV: Getting Spicy at Noodle Harmony

  I’m on a Sichuan food kick. When I saw Noodle Harmony opened about 3 months ago in Monterey Park, I starting plotting when I could get over there to get spicy food.… Continue reading

Hong Kong: My Michelin Marathon Day

  On one of my last couple of days in Hong Kong, I headed over to PMQ in Central to check out all the artist studios. PMQ were the former quarters for married police… Continue reading

Chinatown: Tsukemen and Ramen at Okiboru

  I have to tell you a secret. I love soup. All right, so it’s not so much of a secret. But when presented choices for noodles, I am generally in the soup… Continue reading