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I Finally Tried the Low-Carb Cereal Everyone's Talking About

I’ve learned to regard any diet version of a guilty pleasure food with a healthy dose of skepticism. I’ve just been burned too many times (looking at you low-carb chocolate). I’m down with mashed cauliflower...

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Red Raven Acton - Another Disaster in the Food Desert

by StriperGuy 5 years ago

Passable French Onion soup. Flatbread that had three day old marinated chicken on it that had started to go off. Fish stew that was simply pureed tomatoes out of a can tossed with some seafoo...

JINYA Ramen Bar Now Open in Santa Monica

by TheOffalo 5 years ago

Went opening day (Tuesday). Standard opening service jitters trying to seat a ton of people, "ran out" of spoons on opening day (gonna need a bigger dishwasher), but the food came out relatively q...

Lukshon Culver City

by bigelectriccat 9 years ago

Lukshon has officially opened and I will tell you all about it now. Eating spicy foods gives you Technicolor dreams. Trust me I know from global experience. West side fans of the San Gabriel Val...

Taco Maria brick + mortar 1st Report, Costa Mesa - Excellent Tasting Menu

by revets2 6 years ago

Holy Guacamole, did we have an unexpectedly awesome meal at Taco Maria in the OC Mart Mix last week or what?!? As a residents of L.A., we don't have much purpose to make OC a culinary destinatio...

New Orleans Trip Recap/Emeril's Disappointment

by ZenFoodist 5 years ago

Just back from a delicious four days in NOLA. Mr. B's (that Ya Ya gumbo! The BBQ shrimp! The crab cake! The hot buttered pecan pie oh my! The phenomenal and gracious service! Such a perfect first ...

Iron Works Tavern - Warwick, RI

by OOliver 5 years ago

I haven't posted here in a while since the winter did not entice me to try new places. However, yesterday for Easter, my family of five did try a new place on a strong rec from a couple I know : Th...

[Wilmslow, Cheshire] Phanthong

by Harters 5 years ago

There’s been a Thai restaurant attached to the Kings Arms for donkeys years. I’d never been but my partner had. It’s recently changed hands and been renamed so we thought we better go and give it a...


by extramsg 8 years ago

Went to Rashnaa the other day. Been a while since I'd had Sri Lankan and I had a hankering for Southern Indian as well. We got: vada, masala dosa, and one of the Sri Lankan "rotty" (roti) dishes. ...

Yardbird highs and lows

by seal 5 years ago

Ate at Yardbird on 16th last night and after all the hype I was a little disappointed. The "BLT" was great. Not a bad component in a beautiful combination of flavors and three of them was a ver...

KARAM in Bay Ridge

by Barry Strugatz 5 years ago

Karam Lebanese continues to nail it after all these years. Tried for the first time yesterday: a tongue sandwich, and grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat. Both amazing. 86th Street & 4th Ave.

China Village (Albany) is open!

by ernie in berkeley 6 years ago

I thought I'd start a new topic on China Village, now that they're open again. Four of us (nobody from Chowhound, unfortunately), had a great lunch of West Style Fish Fillet soup, cumin lamb and...

Gotan Cafe - Tribeca- really good stuff

by foodwhisperer 5 years ago

I went to the old Pecan,,, They redid it, and changed menu. I'm not sure if ownership changed or not. I had whitefish salad on a bialy, it was delicious. They also have smoked salmon on bialy. I ...

Simone's (Warren RI) - A pretentious disappointment

by OOliver 5 years ago

After heading to Warren and finding Stella Blue closed, my friend and I headed to Simone's for dinner last night...hoping to find a new favorite for that area (we both were regulars at his breakfas...

Bombo report

by manku 5 years ago

A rare GCM visit today...Bombo didn't have a huge line, so I went for it. Mark Peel was manning the stoves. Had seafood stew, served in a cardboard bowl. Took about 10 minutes to make, maybe lon...

Bar Raval (with pictures)

by ace123 5 years ago

It's a tiny casual place with lovely décor and smiling servers. There are about 10 bar stools with space for standing. Grant was in the chaucuterie section facing the dining room slicing meat a...

Allegro in Wynn, food surprisingly good

by LVI 5 years ago

After sitting in the sports book for hours we got a little hungry and wanted more than the standard Zoozacrackers sandwiches and we did not want to leave the complex. Allegro, which is next door t...

Favorite Ice Cream 2014

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 5 years ago

July is National Ice Cream Month and today is National Ice Cream Day. I marked the occasion with a gelato sundae, $6, from Garden Creamery's truck at the J-Pop Summit. The organic milk is Strau...

Piemonte 2014 and some links to previous years

by allende 6 years ago

We were up in Piemonte for nine days. Stayed in La Morra in a wonderful apartment, with a good kitchen and with a terrace which overlooked the beautiful Barolo vineyards below and the snow covered ...

Have you been to Nixtamal lately?

by saria 7 years ago

I thought I'd start this because it doesn't get mentioned much lately and the last few things I read here were about how it wasn't as good. Well, I went a couple of weeks ago and it was great! ...

Dinner: The Court of Two Sisters, 3/27

by zin1953 5 years ago

The Court of Two Sisters may be a fine place for brunch. Indeed, I've enjoyed a Sunday Jazz Brunch there, but . . . at 4pm on Friday afternoon, getting a dinner reservation for 16 people that very...

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