Tag Archive: seafood

Leimert Park: Seafood Feast at Fisherman’s Island

  I hooked up with my favorite seafood buddy for a night of crab (and more!). I wanted to tell her about my Alaska adventures and I was already missing the King crab… Continue reading

Los Feliz: All the Seafood at Atrium

  I recently visited Atrium on my pre-Negroni Week quest. While I was there, we couldn’t resist a few bites and we just fell in love with all the fresh seafood and veggies.… Continue reading

Santa Barbara: Brunch at Bibi Ji

  I was lucky enough to be in Santa Barbara for Bibi Ji‘s inaugural brunch. The popular Indian restaurant just started brunch service last month and I got to try lamb curry chilaquiles… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Sushi and More at the Izakaya by Katsu-ya

  One night after a tasting with Boutique-y Whisky for Southern California Whiskey Club, we checked out the Izakaya by Katsu-ya. Although we were close to a new dumplings spot, we wanted something… Continue reading

USC: Seafood at Holbox

  I finally made it to Holbox at the Mercado La Paloma last week. It’s a sibling restaurant to Chichen Itza, also at the Mercado La Paloma. What spurred me were recent photos… Continue reading

Koreatown: Korean Seafood BBQ at Get Bbul

Earlier this year I visited two Korean seafood BBQ spots; DaeBuDo and Jae Bu Do. I liked both quite a bit and it was hard for me to say which one was the… Continue reading

The Minty’s Best 2018 Meals

  Here are some of the best meals I had in 2018! I’ve divided them up by high end, casual and travel eats. There is no particular ranking within the individual categories. It’s… Continue reading

Culver City: Coni’Seafood in Del Rey

  Maybe one day I’ll keep a better list of restaurants to try by location. Whenever I meet up with friends in certain parts of town, I generally have to comb my admittedly… Continue reading

DTLA: Guerrilla Tacos in the Arts District

    I was not a Guerrilla Tacos devotee. I had never sought its cart and eventual truck. But I knew about them. And always meant to go. Then they opened right around… 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