I call on Manila’s restaurants who serve All Day Breakfast food to read this review NOW. IHOP, Early Bird Breakfast Club, Hatch 22, Dean and DeLuca Manila ~ Everyone. WATCH and LEARN how to do restaurants the RIGHT WAY.
As an attendee at Google I/O 2015, I had the privilege of dining with some of the world’s brightest women techmakers. This year Google Women Techmakers organized dinners at Lulu and at Bartlett Hall. I felt blessed to be seated next to very intelligent UX designers, software engineers, product managers who are all working with top companies and startups in the entire world.
It’s no surprise that the land of tech startups had Blue Bottle Coffee to supply them with the best Oakland coffee roasters, and Blue Bottle Coffee is no stranger to being a startup success story of musician CEO James Freeman. More than a decade later, Blue Bottle Coffee now has stores in New York, Los Angeles and even Tokyo.
Nope, I’m not talking about the Halal Guys. In San Francisco, there’s this unaffiliated HALAL CART, which is by far one of the best things I ate in San Francisco.
Call it a streak of luck as we found SAIs Vietnamese Restaurant on Google and it happens to be open at 8:00pm.
In South of Market Street (SoMa), where the infamous Moscone West Convention Center, home of the annual Google I/O conferences and Apple Worldwide Developers Conferences (WWDC) reside, there’s no place better to grab a pizza than at Zero Zero 00.
The flagship store Boudin Bakery serves as one of the many iconic landmarks one must visit when at the Fisherman’s Wharf. Since 1849, Boudin Bakery has been serving San Franciscans with their original sourdough bread concocted by the legendary Isidore Boudin.
As you stroll Pier 39 then Fisherman’s Wharf, towards the end of the Wharf is where you’ll find the Ghirardelli Square, the iconic arch emblazoned its brand that beckons you to have anything that’s sweet.
There are a lot of activities you can do at the Fishermans Wharf and Pier 39. The place is so whimsical I highly recommend anyone to spend the entire day in that area alone.
I’m kicking off my Silicon Valley slash San Francisco series at Candid Cuisine! And boy, I have so many stories I wanted to tell, I couldn’t write fast enough! But I’m so excited to share to you the delicious cuisines I have tried in the land of tech startups, and I’m starting with the famous, 100 year old institution SWAN OYSTER DEPOT.
Manila’s Torch got nothing on Niko Niko Sushi’s Volcano Roll and the Hungry Roll. Now THIS will explode in your mouth, that Torch only did with a flicker. Pfft.
Think In N Out, Denny’s or Carl’s Jr with a flair. Since its opening at Balboa Pier, it now has 40 locations across America including Southern California, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Soondubu Combinations are the primary highlight at Ko Hyang Tofu House, with Galbi combinations ranging from $12 to $14. Serving size is incredibly generous and two people can share a single combination.
Having won James Beard awards for three times including the Best Chef in Los Angeles in 2006, Chef Suzanne Goin’s long long list of impressive culinary craftsmanship indeed make her one of the best chefs and restaurateurs in America.
Screw calories. Life is too short to pass up a rewarding slice.
Like Koreatown, the restaurants at Alhambra and Monterey Park are built around its growing Asian community. Sam Woo’s restaurant chain banks on Hong Kong immigrants finding comfort in Cantonese cuisine that they are familiar with.
From Arcadia, to Irvine, Rowland Heights, Monterey Park to Garden Grove and even all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada, Capital Seafood Restaurant is one of those popular to-go dimsum restaurants with long, long lines due to Los Angeles’ growing Asian community
Walking along the empty facade of Atlantic Square with little shoppers makes you wonder where people have gone. And you’ll figure out, everyone else is running towards the direction of this relatively new dimsum restaurant. Before you know it, you’re given the number stub. #59. 58 customers to go.
They say things don’t happen the same way twice, but for Cathay Pacific Airways, winning Airline of the Year Awards in 2003, 2005, 2009 and 2014 is no easy feat to repeat.