Tag Archive: restaurant review

SGV: Lunch at Sunrise Social Company in El Monte

  I was going to get pho for lunch when I noticed a new place next door to LTK called Sunrise Social Company. They only had lunch specials that day. I got the… Continue reading

Koreatown: Han Mi Jung’s Black Goat Stew and Doenjang Jjigae

  As the temperatures drop in the evening, my belly starts clamoring for soup, stew and more soup. One of my favorites is Korean black goat stew. When I was looking up spots… Continue reading

DTLA: Art, Food and Japanese Whisky Tasting at Mrs. Fish

  I checked out Mrs. Fish recently for the art, Japanese food and whisky. Mrs. Fish has been open for a few years but only recently transformed to a Japanese restaurant. I would… Continue reading

Koreatown: Korean Black Goat Stew at Bulrocho

  It’s getting cooler in Southern California– or at least in the evenings. Which means I have started craving soup and in particular, Korean black goat stew (yeum so tang). I checked out… 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

USC: Free Play Now Open at The Fields LA / Banc of California’s LAFC Stadium

  Free Play is now open in Exposition Park. It’s in the same building as the new food hall, The Fields LA right by the new Banc of California soccer stadium for the… Continue reading

DTLA: Brunch at Vespaio

  I’ve been to Vespaio countless times for lunch but this was the first time I checked them out for brunch. I went one weekend a couple months back. I shared the octopus… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Exploring Causeway Bay, Tai Kwun in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui

  The days in Hong Kong were merging together. Every day I explored a different neighborhood though in truth, I’d need to be there for a month or more to really see everything.… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Getting Out of the City to Yuen Long and Lau Fau Shan

  One day I went to Yuen Long. It’s where my mom grew up in the New Territories in Hong Kong. I still have family there and I followed my aunts and uncles… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Last Hurrah at Baroo

    For some reason, I had never gone to Baroo before. They’ve been open for years but it was recently announced they’re closing down at the end of October. So I headed… Continue reading