Is to have fun! #Obviously. While that is my golden rule when traveling, but in all seriousness, I try to go to a local McDonald’s. Yes. THAT McDonald’s with the golden arches and iconic M logo. I’m not sure how this “tradition” got started, but I believe it has to do with the fact
I first read about this hybrid a few months ago when this creation was taking NYC by storm and it instantly shot up to my number one must-try food list. The soft serve looked creamy and fresh, while the fish-shaped cone (taiyaki) looked crispy and golden. My eyes were feasting on the pictures that were getting posted … More Fish-Shaped Ice Cream Cones Have Landed in L.A.
I recently had the pleasure to visit Portland, Oregon for the first time. It was a short stay since we spent most of our time in Seattle. I honestly did not know what to expect with Portland. I have read some articles in the past and from what I got, it is very hipster, environmentally … More Superbite: Where Every Bite IS Super
Tucked away on Beverly Blvd, M Con (Modern Convenience) is a two month old Taiwanese influence restaurant that serves Instagram worthy food that tastes just as good as it looks like scallion bun sandwiches, rice and salad bowls, and some other street market food with a twist.
As mentioned in my 3a piece, 3b is my last piece for my Taiwanese food series. It focuses more on the hidden gems of SGV, where restaurants specialize in one type of food, like noodles. I suggest reading the previous article first so you have some idea and knowledge about what I am writing. To those … More Taiwanese Food: Part 3b (Main Dishes)
As this is my second to last piece for the Taiwanese Food series, I decided to focus on main dishes rather than one specific dessert like my Part 1 and Part 2. Writing this series made me realize how there is a need for more authentic and good Taiwanese food in the SGV. Currently, there has been … More Taiwanese Food: Part 3a (Main dishes)
On the hunt for Taiwanese food in the 626. This time: shaved ice. Keep on reading. … More Taiwanese Food (Part 2): Shaved Ice in the 626
On the hunt for delicious Taiwanese food in the 626. First up: Boba. Keep on reading. … More Taiwanese Food (Part 1): Boba in the 626