Posts Tagged ‘Sausage’

January 28, 2009 14

Wurstkuche (Downtown LA)

By in 06: Downtown LA

A new German sausage bar Wurstkuche has opened at the Downtown Arts District. Joan and I went on separate days for a combine report. Nite & Day. The crowd during lunch hour was mostly the architect looking types (Sci Arc is nearby). When they first started there was only a few counter seats at the […]

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December 30, 2008 4

Central Basco Restaurant (Chino)

By in 18: Greater LA, Favorite Food Entries

Centro Basco specialized in Basque cuisine. Basques is a small region between the border of Spain and France that has their own language and culture. Seems like this place is a gathering place for the community of Basque people in LA. Most of the customers are white hair elders (men with beret hat especially) who […]

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October 2, 2008 5

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori & Shabu Shabu (Monterey Park)

By in 01: San Gabriel, Favorite Food Entries

This Los Angeles chain opened a Yakitori + Shabu-Shabu branch at Monterey Park a year ago. Last week they celebrated their first year anniversary with 50% off on all yakitori. My friend and I had to line up for more than an hour. The appetizers menu is surprising big. Baked Yam with Butter. Golden and […]

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July 31, 2008 6

Sinbala (Arcadia)

By in 01: San Gabriel, Favorite Food Entries

Back to the popular authentic Taiwan snack joint Sinbala. Last time we stayed on the boring side and ordered sausage with leek, this time we tried the ones with fruits. Sausage with Lemon juice and Sausage with peach. Both are great! The sourness and sweetness of fruits went well with Taiwanese sausages which are sweeter […]

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May 15, 2008 4

Sausage Stand (Vienna: Stephansdom)

By in Vienna

After an early morning 4 hours train ride we arrived at Vienna. Imagine our dismay at leaving behind a charming quaint little fairytale town to a huge “familiar” metro city with an insanely overcrowded city central. The Stephansdom was surrounded by Spring break festivals, radio station stage, sausage stands and massive tourist + shopping crowds. […]

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