As an Asian American growing up with a love for Italian food, I’m familiar with mixing some of my Asian flavors with traditional Italian dishes like pasta. I mean, have you seen my recipe for black bean clams pasta?
So I was intrigued when I heard about the relatively new restaurant Pesce […]Read the full post →
There’s something relaxing about visiting a farm, seeing the green grassy fields and animals roaming freely and, what I imagine, happily.
Even on the overcast day that I found myself at Napa Grass Farmer, there was a simplicity that we urban-9-to-5ers always wish for because, well, the pasture is always greener on the […]Read the full post →
UPDATE: The restaurant closed in April 2016 for financial reasons.
The story: Caputo is a new Italian restaurant serving up Neapolitan pizzas and the typical seasonal-focused dishes in the space that was once the temporary spot for Slanted Door before it moved to the Ferry Building. Chef/partner Sam Ramadan has worked for sister restaurants in […]Read the full post →
The wine bar 10 William Street is the kind of place that looks like chefs from other restaurants come to hang out.
In fact, when I was there during my Australian vacation, what looked like chef friends sauntered up to the bar and was warmly greeted by Chef Daniel Pepperell. From the tiny […]Read the full post →
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Snaps on the Go
- Going Big with Brunch at Clove and Hoof in Oakland
- A Bit of French Provencal in Berkeley at the New Les Arceaux Cafe and Wine Bar
- A Review of The Temple Club in Oakland
- A Review of Japanese Italian Dishes at Pesce e Riso in San Francisco
- A Review of Brunch at Villon in San Francisco
- A Review of Hinodeya Ramen Bar in San Francisco