Located deep in the Sunset, this place rarely is heard in my everyday foodie conversations. It's unassuming and usually empty — a true hole in the wall place.
When I left my job a few weeks ago, I told myself that I would embark on a new journey and try things that would make me a little uncomfortable.
So here is a toast to the first of my many supper club events.
Two words: Cats with Tea. Mind. Blown
There is something so warm and inviting about Asian street food. Scents of perfumed spices, bitter herbs, and tangy sauces would fill my house as my mom heated the wok over a hot flame.
A good bento is like a love letter. Except better because you can eat it. I'm going to give you some tips on making your bento kick ass.
Your dreams of chicken teriyaki and Americanized rolls are to be utterly crushed here as San Francisco Yuzuki's Eatery tasting menu oozes authenticity.
A review of Atelier Crenn, a San Francisco minimalistic, innovative restaurant. The sheer complexity of flavors in each dish made me feel like I was rebirthed from the womb and immersed in a giant vat of deliciousness.
I decided to make a few cocktails in celebration of Pokemon Go. In celebration of all that time I spent fixated on my shitty screen as a child and now as an adult.
When I think of the word contemporary, it usually doesn't trigger Indian spices, fragrant herbs, and crisp dosas. I think of the something a little more sterile and a little less like home.