Tag Archive: restaurant review

Los Balcones del Peru

Last week, I met up with a friend for lunch at Los Balcones del Peru. I had only been there one other time after a sake tasting next door at K&L. I remember… Continue reading

Jitlada: Can you handle the spice?

If you read my original Jitlada post, you would know that I’m not a huge spice queen. I like just a little bit but otherwise, I can be a wimpy crybaby. Still, it… Continue reading

Venice: Piccolo Restaurant

Piccolo Restaurant recently underwent an expansion. A friend and I dropped by a couple of weeks ago to check it out. She had previously been there before for dineLA and told me how… Continue reading

Banchan Crazy: Genwa

Korean food is my favorite food at the moment. I love all the banchan, the little side dishes that come with a meal. And although I enjoy a good all-you-can-eat grub fest, I… Continue reading

Return to the Ox

The last time I was at Lazy Ox Canteen, it was when they received their LA Times review. The restaurant already had a lot of buzz in the foodie community but now it… Continue reading

Hatchi: Around the World with Walter Manzke

I remember the first time I went to a Hatchi event at Breadbar. It was last August for Roberto Cortez’s “Unfamiliar Conflict.” I remember thinking at the time it was an omen they… Continue reading

Crawl to Roosting: Chicken Crawl Down Lake

Sometimes things are just not meant to be. I’ve had the idea to crawl down Lake for chicken for a few months ever since I noticed the inordinate number of chicken joints. From… Continue reading

Olive at the Grafton in Hollywood

The Sunset Strip is home to many wonderful hotels and restaurants. I had the opportunity to check out the Olive, a new casual eatery inside the Grafton Hotel last week. The Olive has… Continue reading

Providence: 5-course Anniversary Special Tasting

Providence was number one on my must-try restaurants. I have heard about it for years and knew it would be fantastic. Once I heard they were doing their 5-course meal normally $85 for… Continue reading

The Hollywood Corner

The gay boyfriend and I have been looking for a replacement for homey meals and although we weren’t sad to see Doughboys close (we thought the food had progressively gotten worse), we missed… Continue reading