Tag Archive: restaurant review

Koreatown: Seafood BBQ at DaeBuDo

  I’ve eaten Korean BBQ years for now and occasionally a few shrimp and baby octopus have showed up on those meaty menus.┬áThen I heard about all-seafood KBBQ a few years ago. I’ve… Continue reading

SGV: Taiwanese Niu Rou Mian at Corner Beef Noodle House

  I was on a beef noodle soup bender a few years ago. I sought out the best niu rou mian in San Gabriel Valley and would find either wonderful broth or great… Continue reading

Koreatown: Korean-Style Japanese Seafood at A-Won

  I had eaten a chirashi bowl for lunch but I’m always down for impromptu dinners even if it was an offer of more raw fish. So I found my way to A-Won,… Continue reading

SGV: Sheng Jian Bao at Emperor Q38 Noodle

  One night I wanted Burmese food. I ended up instead at a Shanghainese noodle shop. The Burmese restaurant I wanted to try closed early for cleaning so we went down the street… Continue reading

Koreatown: Celebrate National Soft Pretzel Month at Biergarten

  It’s been a hot minute since I have gone to Biergarten in Koreatown. I was lured in because I heard they had these crazy pretzels for National Soft Pretzel Month. Did you… Continue reading

Boyle Heights: Menudo at Los Cinco Puntos

  One morning, I found myself in Boyle Heights in search of menudo. I had seen a photo of a gorgeous bowl and knew I had to try it myself. The search led… Continue reading

DTLA: Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp at Broken Mouth

  I checked out Broken Mouth – Lee’s Homestyle for Hawaiian food last week. It’s a tiny shop in the fashion district of Downtown Los Angeles. There’s one table that gets crowded with… Continue reading

Silver Lake: Gyoza and More at Ramen Bangaichi

  One night in Silver Lake, I found my way to Ramen Bangaichi. It was heading towards witching hour and given the choices, I opted for ramen over a diner. I didn’t read… Continue reading

DTLA: First Look at Kasih Indonesian in Little Tokyo

  Kasih,┬áthe new Indonesian restaurant, is now open in Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles. Kasih means love in Indonesian. I was invited to an opening party where the neighbors had been invited… Continue reading

West Hollywood: A Slice Or Two at Prova Pizzeria

  The pizza in Boys Town has improved from the days I used to go clubbing on Santa Monica Boulevard. I recently stopped by Prova Pizzeria for a slice or two (okay, two… Continue reading