I’ve been asked several times this holiday season if my family celebrates a Western or Asian holiday meal. Continue reading →
Sometimes, even though you can somewhat readily access something around the corner from where you live, you only have a chance to experience it when you travel abroad. My first experience dining at Ruth’s Chris was when I went to Hong Kong a few years back. Continue reading →
Travelling in itself is always fun, but it’s even more enjoyable to taste the local flavors. In a recent visit to the Philippines, I dined at Tadami, a Korean grill. Continue reading →
It never ceases to amaze me, on how I find new restaurants to try. I usually read about places that make top lists or just opened. But a recent adventure (it actually happened 2 months ago now) was because this restaurant was closing. BayWolf, an East Bay classic, has been around just as long as Chez Panisse, but only made it on my radar early this summer. Continue reading →
So if it’s not Chinese, how can it be dim sum? Or should I call it tapas instead? But State Bird Provisions (1529 Fillmore Street, San Francisco CA 94115 describes their experience as passed dishes, dim sum style. So we live in California, and it’s the Bay Area, we can get away with calling it just about anything, right?