Not only have I been craving Asian food recently, but also fried chicken. I want to check out Roscoe’s Fried Chicken, but I’ll reserve that for a date.
I went to Chicken Day, a Korean fried chicken restaurant not far from my apartment.
The skin was crispy, although I’ve had crispier chicken, notably at Bonchon in Singapore.
The sauce was sticky and slightly spicy. I devoured it. Of course, i used chopsticks as I have mad chopsticks skills.
I also walked around afterwards.
Tender Greens is a restaurant which emphasized vegetables, but they serve meat too.
The tuna was good and served with kale cooked with plenty of Parmesan cheese.
I also had an iced hibiscus tea.
Not the best I’ve ever had, but fairly new to my apartment. The place is called IXLB Dimsum Eats. Obviously I must return.
The shrimp dumplings were superb, I hadn’t had these since I lived in Singapore.
A couple of weeks ago I really needed a break from grading so I took the train to Santa Monica.
I had seen another location of the chain in Hollywood on my four times a week run.
I also had a cup of jamaica. The fish taco was light and fresh I don’t remember what kind of fish it was, but I remember it being noticeably fresh. The carnitas taco was also good. I don’t recall what the third taco was.
A few weeks ago I was walking around the neighborhood and dinner hadn’t quite filled me up so I had a slice of New York style pizza on Hollywood Boulevard near around Mann’s Chinese Theatre or naybe to the west of it.
It was delicious! I loved the way the cheese was cooked in a few spots. The crust was light and chewy and the sauce was not acidic. That’s one type of tomato sauce I don’t like.
I ate my pizza and left contented.