It's Friday after all. If you're bored at work, watch this video, featuring favorite eats in the SGV. "Feel it coming in the air, smell the food from everywhere..."
"I’d suggest that if you love basic, all-American comfort food, you could satisfy all of your Main Street (seriously, it’s on Main Street) cravings at this little Japanese joint," writes Robert Takata in an excellent personal post about why he loves Yama.
Jonathan Gold is surprised to find quality Asian fusion cuisine -- on the east side. "The spring roll resembles a dish from the nem parlors, a rice-paper wrap stuffed with herbs, grilled meat, rice vermicelli and a smaller fried spring roll; the chicken in the Hainan chicken rice is tossed
"On August 10th, the California Department of Food and Agriculture announced a quarantine of about 89 square miles in the Pasadena-San Marino area," the LA Weekly reports. If you've noticed netting at markets, it "isn't to protect you. It's to keep the Oriental
One thing remained a mystery while we slurped down hot bowls of Beef ‘n Tendon Noodles at Liang's Kitchen: What was with the Chinese Air Force photos plastered on every wall?
"My dad heard about Chuan Yu Noodles Town on a Chinese radio show," Eileen writes. "Any restaurant can pay the radio station to be on the show. So when dad suggested to try this restaurant, I wasn’t expecting much."
"This Vietnamese-Cajun amalgam is one of those wonderful culinary fusions that make eating in the ethnic enclaves of America so incredibly entertaining," the Star-News reports, after visiting the new branch on Main Street. "Once seated, the concept makes perfectly good sense: a
From June 16th to August 27th, there will be free food distributed to children and teenagers in Alhambra parks at designated times. This is an annual event sponsored by United States Department of Agriculture.
Yelp (the user-generated review site) chose Alhambra as the neighborhood to highlight this week.