My family went for a glorious trip to California last week. It was a trip to celebrate some major milestones in our lives and an excuse to enjoy each other’s company.
And, you know what that means, right? Just think - 7 days, means 3 meals a … Continue Reading ››
You may have heard the buzz about a new spot in NYC that is drawing hoards of people, willing to stand for hours in long lines - just to get a seat at the much anticipated and recently opened Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum restaurant in East Village.
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TWO THOUSAND SIXTEEN. What a year! Amazing meals shared with friends & family, acquiring hard to get dinner reservations, tasting menus, food-crawls, food-festivals, food trucks, and food-centric travels…
To wrap up this flavor-packed year, I thought I’d share some of my top choices. These lists … Continue Reading ››
I eat out a lot. Ha! Obviously!
After over 5 years of food-blogging, I have had the privilege of trying a wide spectrum of dining establishments near and far. Most restaurants I have tried, tend to have a few hits and a few misses on the menu. In … Continue Reading ››
Ramen is a serious business. For the chefs who make it, as well as for the ramen-lovers who make time in their day to stand in long lines, just to enjoy a bowlful.
There is so much depth of flavor in a good bowl of ramen- a result of hours and hours … Continue Reading ››
It was one of those mornings. I had gone to bed late the night before. As a result, the following morning ended up being rushed and chaotic. In a hurry to get to work and anticipating the usual I-95 rush-hour traffic, I has no choice but to … Continue Reading ››
Momo? What on earth is a “Momo”? Does it have something to do with Momofuku restaurant?
Momo is a dumpling with Himalayan heritage (Nepal, Tibet etc). Very similar to Chinese dumplings. Typically stuffed with veggies or ground meat. And guess where you can … Continue Reading ››
Oh, my God! Last week I found myself at the most adorable little place with most delicious food! It was just supposed to be a spot for me to meet and catch up with a sweet friend. “How about we meet at Ada’s in Riverside”, she asked. … Continue Reading ››
Ever since I tried Korean cuisine a few years back in New York, at Hanjan (Flatiron) and Kunjip (Koreatown), I have been intrigued by its familiar yet unique flavors. Kunjip was a fun place to try Korean BBQ where they literally bring a small electric grill … Continue Reading ››
Wanna have some fun? Feel like doing something new and different? How about a Global Street Party?!
You heard me! Send out an invite to friends and family. Perk up the menu and order up some yummy street-style food from all over the globe.Continue Reading ››