May the 4th be with you.
Thank you for your post. May I ask where you bought the Spanish hot choc and churros?
Nice @chienrouge . How was the Philly Cheesesteak? (And where was it from?)
It was juicy and good from Boo’s in Koreatown. Whiz and provolone, fried onions and pickled cherry peppers. Oh yeah for 4.5O more for double steak I went for that too. In for a penny… Now that Papa Jake’s is no more, I’d recommend Boo’s if you ever feel like a cheesesteak.
Ramenwell by name, ramen very well by reputation.
Their ramen was great - but I would stop in just for the soft serve too.
Nice flavor combo !
Lox eggs and onions, and hash browns, and Swiss, burrito.
Cousin of the pastrami burrito.
I see that you are a “concave” eater.
Me, I like to eat my burros from the outer edges inwards.
It’s not the most glamorous photo that I’ll concede!
Interesting! Lox, eggs, onions and hash browns burrito? Where was it, and what did you think?
It was a self directed creation at counter of bagel nosh in Santa Monica. They will make anything in a burrito bagel or sandwich. I don’t really like the bagels there.
the shrimp and chive number at Capital Seafood BH is among their better dim sum options. Personally I feel this place has slipped in quality (at least it’s hit and miss), but it’s closer than the SGV.
really like bottarga…sometimes i jazz it up with squid clams crab other stuff…or just more bottarga
Nice @attran99 . Pasta Sisters? (Looks like them!) What was your favorite from this visit?