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My definitive food and drink crawl...

kevin | Mar 7, 201404:58 PM

Yes, start with the slut. Because that's the best to start one's day. Followed by a demitasse of espresso and a cappachino from g and b.

Grab an arthur's OJ.

Then Musso's for flannel cakes, french fries with bernaise, and a diplomat pudding with strawberries washed down with three martinis. Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Then a quick bowl of Dan Dan noodles at the Ho, Dai Ho to be exact and a diet coke and a couple beers afterward from the Stuffed Sandwich to pay my respects, and then a whole crab and abalone in oyster sauce and an oyster omlette and dried fish with sea cucumbers from the village in temple city.

Next on to Sushi Zo DTLA for a few blue crab hand rolls, a tuna sashimi, a few pieces of uni, and about a dozen yuzu shooters.

Then off to Kiriko for the entire pan of My tamagoyaki, and a scoop of black truffle ice cream and white truffle ice cream for the proverbial play on a black-and-white cookie.

Then off to Orleans and York for a catfish po boy doused with that excessively buttery red rooster type sauce because it's already afternoon by now.

Then off to Pann's for a waffle and some soft scrambled eggs as well as their yellow cake liberally frosted with chocolate buttercream.

Then off to Deux for a flat white, or cappachino, with a bowl of strawberries/blueberries,

Then take a break and pause with a bottle of water, and somewhere to relax for a moment.

Then off to Urasawa for dinner because I've never been before.

And then finish off with a salad, a plate of fries, and an eggplant parmigiano followed by a copious number of martinis at Dan Tana's and then an espresso and a bite of a chocolate cheesecake.

And then ……..

A post-prandial….

Stuffed Sandwich,
Pann's Restaurant
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