Posts Tagged ‘small plate’

July 8, 2011 Off

Meyhane at Asmalimescit (Istanbul: Beyoglu)

By in 12: Istanbul, Travel

Two blocks from our apartment is one of our favorite places in Istanbul to wine and dine: Asmalimescit – lively small streets filled with Meyhane (Tavern), bars and cafes. Any day in the week, starting in late afternoon, these narrow streets would be filled with outdoor tables and chairs occupied by people having a good […]

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July 6, 2011 Off

Balikci Sabahattin (Istanbul: Sultanahmet)

By in 12: Istanbul

The old town of Istanbul is very charming and atomspheric but it’s known to be a desert of good food because it’s very touristy. Tourist traps are everywhere so locals hardly cross over to dine here except for few places, one of which is Balikci Sabahatin, a seafood restaurant open since 1945. It’s situated in […]

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August 13, 2010 1

Lazy Ox Canteen (Little Tokyo)

By in 06: Downtown LA

I could still remember Baco Night and the $30 Three Course Prix Fixe at the long gone Opus Restaurant. Chef Josef Centeno have since moved on, and his latest establishment is Lazy Ox Canteen at Little Tokyo. It is a wine bar with inventive small plates. Wine of the day are featured on the chalkboard. […]

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July 20, 2010 2

Allston Yacht Club (Echo Park)

By in 05: Silver Lake + Echo Park

My friend recommended this new-ish small plate place called Allston Yacht Club in Echo Park. I tried to go there before for brunch but it wasn’t open despite it says so on their website. Went back another night with a few friends. With a fun and bright logo, the interior is more slick than I […]

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October 6, 2009 4

Susan Feniger’s Street (Highland)

By in 08: Hollywood

Jon and I met up with two foodie friends to try Street this past Sunday. I haven’t been to Susan Feniger’s other establishments yet (Ciudad and Border Grill) so I’m not sure what to expect. I like the concept of Street: small plates gourmet version of street food from around the world (mosty Asia). Though […]

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