Small town girl exploring big city food. From cooking from scratch and using local, seasonal ingredients when possible to dining at some of the most lauded restaurants. These are my food adventures.
In effortlessly cool Shoreditch lies two Nude Espressos, across the street from each other.
Traif is a yiddish word for food that doesn't conform with the Jewish dietary laws of kashrut so as expected there was a lot of pork.
Order anything off the menu from the buckwheat soba noodle salad, to any of the rolls, and you will be consistently pleased.
If it's been a tough week, I'll make my way to Dae-ji on Dunsmuir for a delicious korean schnitzel.
Green Lemongrass is a family run vietnamese restaurant in Richmond near No.3 and Westminister.
Shoryu is a Michelin guide recommended Ramen bar that specializes in the thick, rich white pork soup Hakata tonkotsu ramen.