Posts Tagged ‘Mediterranean’

March 25, 2008 2

Le Petit Greek (Larchmont)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

We lunch at Larchmont Village often but for some reason we never walk inside this popular restaurant. Maybe because the seemingly big and dark interior and those crowded umbrella shades outside doesn’t seem inviting. Turns out it is very roomy and bright enough inside. Gyros $10.95: sliced ground lamb and beef, dressed with tzatziki, onion, […]

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February 17, 2007 4

Campanile (La Brea)

By in 09: Weho, Favorite Food Entries

Haven’t had the chance to try the dinner and Monday night tasting menu at the popular (and expensive) Campanile so we tried their Sunday brunch first. It’s nice that we got a table at the courtyard area with sky windows. The space was originally built to be Chaplin’s office. Cast Iron Spanish Egg potatos, piquillo […]

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September 27, 2006 1

Gulen’s Mediterranean (Century City Mall)

By in 10: Beverly Hills

I need a quick meal so food Court dining. ^^;; Gulen’s Mediterranean is actually pretty good, they offer a lot of kebab, lamb, stew. I had the Chicken Sheesh Kebab. It is not premade so I had to wait for 10 mins. The tender chicken is spiced and flavored. Tasty!


September 13, 2006 3

Cafe de Amis (Maui: Pa’ia)

By in 05: US Other

Once we arrived at Central Maui airport, the first thing we did: to find a cute breakfast place. And we did! 😀 Pa’ia is a hippie vibe small town with surprisingly good select shops, boutiques, antiques, cafes. It’s the last stop before you venture to the secluded east side of the island. Cafe de Amis […]

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December 12, 2005 8

A.O.C. Winebar (3rd St.)

By in 09: Weho, Favorite Food Entries

We threw a bachelorette party for Vero 2 days before her wedding last week! First step of the party is dinner at the famous AOC. I went there before and the food was fabulous. I’ve been craving it since last time so I got theroasted dates, parmesan and bacon again, it’s a perfect little dish […]

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