Sometimes when it gets so hot in the summer, I dread cooking dinner and the idea of firing up the stove top — worst yet, turn on the oven.
So it’s nice to keep things simple. Better yet, eating something nice and cold. That’s where this Korean cold noodle dish comes in.
I’ve had this dish […]Read the full post →
Awhile back when strolling along Solano Avenue—the quaint neighborhood street in Albany just north of Berkeley—I dropped into Bowl’d Korean Rice Bar for lunch.
I’d heard about this Korean restaurant with young owners serving up traditional Korean classics. The décor was modern and contemporary, with wood finishes that looked untreated and funky, oversized eating utensils […]Read the full post →
The Lee Brothers (Dennis, Daniel, and David) made a name for themselves when they opened Namu in the Richmond District of San Francisco, a fancy and quaint Korean-style restaurant in the midst of ethnic spots in the residential area of the city.
Riding on their popularity, they decided to open another location focusing on grilled […]Read the full post →
Thinking about feasting this week reminded me of a major dinner I had awhile back at the Dong Baek restaurant in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district.
I discover a lot of my restaurants while riding the bus since I don’t own a car. I noticed this Korean restaurant a few years ago while riding the 38 […]Read the full post →
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