Last week, after walking around Runyon Canyon with my brother who lives in Hollywood we went here for lunch. Sushi Stop is right next door to the Upright Citizens’ Brigade.
It was pretty cheap as sushi goes and the quality was decent. Those three pieces of sushi were only $7.
I also had sea urchin, mackerel and yellow tail. The sea urchin was okay, but then again excellent sea urchin to me is just pulled from the sea and split open.
The seaweed salad was fair and I liked the popcorn shrimp roll. It was delicious.
I would recommend Sushi Stop highly.
Runyon Canyon Park has great views at the top.
There were all kinds of exotic snacks and candy at Tokyo Narita airport where I transited through a few weeks ago. I like the idea of differently flavored KiTKats, although some like crème brulée and green tea didn’t excite me. The former because it was just overly sweet and the latter because one can have too much green tea flavor.
White chocolate and honeydew sounded like it could be a good flavor pairing.
It was sweet, but it definitely tasted like honeydew melon. I might not have it again, but I’d recommend candy aficionados to try it.
It was not s typical breakfast and I think they called it lunch although it was the meal served after they woke us up as the plane approached LAX.
I had the proprietary kiwi drink and it was okay. The Yoshinoya meal was do-it-yourself.
The beef was a little tough. I added pickled ginger, a packet of egg yolk, black pepper and Japanese chili flakes. It was pretty good! If Yoshinoya sold this meal I would make more of an effort going there.
Breaded swordfish sounds wrong, but as the main course of an airline meal it was pretty good.
I liked the egg sauce, too.
Miso soup, a fruit salad (kiwi, pineapple, melon and persimmon) a green salad, a tiny potato salad and mixed vegetables (I don’t remember what they were) made for a good airline dinner.
The seaweed crackers were okay.
I had already seen most of the movies. I ended up watching Spotlight and Zootopia.
I had these in Narita when I was transiting to my flight to Los Angeles.
Salty and savory, these tasted like avocado. Lots of Asians like avocado in milkshakes and ice cream, but I like it as a savory ingredient.
I managed to wolf these down before my connecting flight.
I had high hopes flying JAL that the food would be good.
Miso soup was served! Also served was a decent salad, vegetables (eggplant and bell peppers), udon noodles and watermelon slices.
The fried chicken was soggy, but palatable.
The wine was pretty good!
Shokudo is one of those chain restaurants that are fairly common here, but one which I’ve never patronized.
The breaded pork cutlet was served with a plain omelet atop rice. The bland curry sauce and a small salad were served on the side. It wasn’t bad, but hardly worth the $22 price.