Posts Tagged ‘Foie Gras’

July 22, 2010 1

Breadbar Hatchi Series – Walter Manzke (Century City)

By in 10: Beverly Hills

Chef Walter Manzke (former executive chef at Church + State and Bastide) has created a special Around the World tasting menu for his guest appearance at last month’s Breadbar Hatchi Chef series. Hatchi means Eight in Japanese, which means there’re 8 dishes on the menu, each price at $8. My friend reserved a table for […]

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June 30, 2010 2

Bibou (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia, Favorite Food Entries

My last visit to Bibou, a small French BYOB tucked in the Little Saigon area of Philly, was unforgettable. I brought Joan back to try the Sunday Prix-Fixe Night again (I rsvp 1 week ahead). Just as last time, it was $45 for 4 courses (cash only). Pity this time the butter that came with […]

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June 3, 2010 2

Vetri (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia

Vetri is the most famous restaurant in town, it’s been called “Possibly the best Italian restaurant on the east coast” by Mario’s Batali, some even claimed it’s the “best Italian restaurant in America.” Getting a table was difficult, but I managed to squeeze myself in on a Monday on that same morning. Bearing that much […]

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May 28, 2010 4

Bibou (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia, Favorite Food Entries

Bibou is a small neighborhood gem well hidden at the Little Saigon side of the Bella Vista neighborhood. It is a French BYOB place that has a $45 Four Course Prix Fixe menu on Sunday. All these BYOB and affordable Prix-Fixe, yup, that’s why I love Philly. Even though the owner and chef are French […]

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May 21, 2010 0

Matyson (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia

Matyson is one of the most popular BYOB restaurants in Philly, it’s always featured on the must-go list. The menu is Modern American – which actually seems more like ‘fusion’ to me, especially Asian fusion. It reminded me a lot of the restaurant in LA. As it’s locate at the business area of Philly (Rittenhouse […]

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