As many of you may know, Asian countries have tons and tons of restaurants. There can be over 20 restaurants competing on a block of street and if they’re good, they’re able to live another day as many goes out of business and new ones pop up to replace it. Therefore, finding any good restaurant that’s still in operation is a hard find, unless you know locals that can help guide you. Also adding fuel to the fire, there’s no Yelp for Asia! Well luckily I found this place and, oh-my, this is BOMB! Continue reading “Muteki Japanese Yakiniku 炭火燒肉 無敵 – Must Try!”
If you like rice and sashimi then this place is definitely worth a try! What more do you need if you get the perfect mix of fresh seafood and sweet sushi rice? Continue reading “Cafe de Riz 米販食堂.咖啡 – Must Try!”
You win some and lose some, but you can always dim sum! These Asian tapas-styled foods are one of my favorites because I have some of the fondest memories of them while growing up. I remembered watching one of my mom’s Chinese friends frantically chasing after the fresh-out-of-the-kitchen carts with her ordering paper. She would bring back plates and plates of yummy food and to me, it was a game with a guaranteed food reward. As we got older, dim sum became a special occasion meal on holidays, especially Chinese New Year, and on birthdays so I always look forward to eating it. Plus who can say no to endless dish selections — I love variety! Continue reading “Dim Sum at Parents Restaurant 朝桂餐廳”
A year older only means a bigger cake for a fuller stomach and a wiser mind. So let’s raise our chopsticks, loosen that belt, and eat to this celebration! Continue reading “Birthday Food Day”
On your mark, get set, nom nom nom!!! Oahu might be a small island, but it’s chalk full of amazing eateries. Here are some of the foods my taste buds had the pleasure to chow down to — Satisfying my ever growing travel food bug. Continue reading “Getting Food Wasted in Hawaii”
There are two places I don’t want to die in: in space and in the ocean, but who cares about my fears?! I’m going scuba diving!!! One of my biggest fears is death by water aka drowning. I know it’s kind of ironic because currently, I’m doing all of these water activities and actually was a competitive swimmer in high school. However, you can’t have YOLO as your anthem if you can’t face your fears every now and then!!! So cheers to adrenaline!