As much as I try to be health conscious when it comes to eating, there’s one guilty pleasure that’s I practically always fail to resist. Chamorro food. I previously wrote about how I grew up on a beautiful Pacific island called Saipan that I took for granted for the time I lived there. But one… More Why you should go to Chamorro Grill
A few weeks ago, I finally got around to trying out an eatery in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market that I’d been eyeing for quite some time. Eggslut. It’s an egg-inspired Filipino-American founded diner that secured a spot on my bucket list after I passed by it one day while walking into Grand Central Market.… More Have a slut (and other stuff) at Eggslut
A tamale is a traditional Mesoamerican dish. So what the heck is a Filipino tamale? I first heard about this fusion food several weeks ago at an event in Los Angeles, and that immediately piqued my interest. When I first started this blog, my tagline was initially “A visual log on places (and faces).” That’s because… More Filipino tamales?! Let’s Eat It All Up!
It can be quite wonderful to eat meals at home. You can munch on food while wearing your pajamas, watching TV, and even with your feet kicked up on the coffee table. It’s not an experience one usually gets while eating at a restaurant, but Lala’s Kitchen, a Mediterranean/Filipino eatery in Northridge (a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley that is technically Los Angeles) comes pretty close.… More Enjoy the taste of Mediterranean and Filipino food in Los Angeles at Lala’s Kitchen
My friends and I stopped here for breakfast on a gloomy Sunday morning after a brief run/walk. Originally, we had our sights set on Mamas right up the street, but the line was already pretty long by the time we got there, even though it hadn’t even opened yet.… More Short review: Caffe Delucchi