Archive for the ‘18: Greater LA’ Category

October 7, 2009 4

Extraordinary Dessert (San Diego)

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Let me put up this almost forgotten entry before we left the country. The beautiful Extraordinary Dessert‘s floral decorated cakes and tea room are part of my San Diego experience every time I go there. When I went there few months ago, I found that they opened a restaurant version at downtown (Little Italy). Upon […]

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September 21, 2009 1

Mishi’s Strudel Bakery & Café (San Pedro)

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We went to San Pedro one weekend for some antiques hunting. We came upon this Hungarian Cafe Mishi’s Strudel. It was kind of unexpected to find such a “European” place, it was playing classical music and there were Hungarian newspapers lying around. The interior was homey and borderline Euro-kitsch. I could tell their studels must […]

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January 29, 2009 3

Asanebo (Studio City)

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I went back to the wonderful Asanebo (see old post) to celebrate the birthday of someone special. According to Seat in last post, Asanebo meant “oversleep” in Japanese. This time I’m also getting with the omakase B Course (ended up as $105 pp this time). 1st course as same as my 2nd course from last […]

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January 17, 2009 1

The India Restaurant (Artesia)

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After the Bollywood movie we’re hungry for more Indian food. We went to The India Restaurant (you can’t get a more generic name than that!)  We picked this place because it was packed! Mango Lassi. We got a naan that was named curiously as Disco Naan, not sure if I feel funky after eating it.


January 9, 2009 4

Penang Malaysian Restaurant (West Covina)

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On our way back from the desert, we stopped by West Covina for Malaysian food. Malaysian Restaurant Penang hides in a small corner in a giant mall with Chinese supermarket and restaurants. It’s surprisingly huge inside. We spent more than 15 minutes trying to consume the thick menu, because everything look so tempting. Roti Canai: […]