Tag Archive: restaurant review

Koreatown: Lunch at BongChu Chicken

  I recently tried the jjimdak (Korean braised chicken stew) at BongChu in Koreatown. Talk about simplicity at its best. This is the only dish BongChu serves and they do it very, very… Continue reading

Culver City: Dinner at Sushi K-Zo

  I recently checked out K-Zo for dineLA and I loved it! I had heard about K-Zo for years and was glad to have finally tried it. I ordered from the dineLA menu… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at South City Fried Chicken

  South City Fried Chicken opened a few weeks ago at the Corporation Food Hall. It joins the ranks of Buddha Belly, Soom Soom Fresh and Pig Pen Delicacy. I was very excited… Continue reading

Mid-City: Gin and Tonics at Fountain Bar at The Grove

  I was lured over to the Fountain Bar at The Grove with the promise of a custom gin and tonic bar. Named after the giant fountain in the center of the Grove,… Continue reading

Chinatown: Dinner at Majordomo

  New York Chef David Chang of Momofuku fame opened his first Los Angeles restaurant recently. I went to Majordomo in Chinatown to check out the celebrity chef’s food and drinks. Reservations are… Continue reading

Orange County: Lunch at OC & LAU

  After getting nem nuong (pork spring rolls) at Brodard as an appetizer, we jetted over to OC & LAU for a Vietnamese seafood feast. OC & LAU is also known for hot… Continue reading

Orange County: Nem Nuong Rolls at Brodard

While on the way back from San Diego, we stopped at Brodard for pork spring rolls (nem nuong). I’ve heard about these rolls at Brodard for years and always wanted to try them.… Continue reading

Echo Park: Lunch at Freedman’s

I checked out Freedman’s in Echo Park recently for lunch. I had been waiting to hear about their opening ever since I read a new kind of Jewish deli was opening. I’m a… Continue reading

Boyle Heights: Mexican and Mediterranean Mashup at Xtiosu Kitchen

  Calling themselves an Oaxacan Arabesque eatery, X’tiosu Kitchen in Boyle Heights is serving up a mashup of Mexican (Oaxacan) and Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern (Arabesque) food. I dropped by this week with a… Continue reading

Recap of Woon Kitchen Popup at ETA Bar in Highland Park

  I recently checked out the Woon Kitchen popup at ETA bar, one of my favorite bars in Highland Park. The menu is short and sweet. We had a choice of noodles either… Continue reading