Seafood

Lucques – Studded With Awards, Good Enough For Two

February 10, 2012

It was fate. I hate to admit — I almost skipped my reservation at Lucques. I waited there in the car, right next to the restaurant. Having reservations at 5 PM, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to eat that early. The sun was still out! After much contemplation, I parked, and I went inside. […]

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Honda Ya Industry – Some Yakitori, Some Sashimi, And Everything In Bewtween

February 8, 2012

I feel like a lot of Japanese restaurants are all the same. Whether they serve sushi, bowls, noodles, or meats, the interior and feel of the restaurant seems similar. The greeting in Japanese, the Japanese accented props and posters all around the restaurants is all familiar, and comforting. Honda Ya doesn’t only have sushi and […]

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Spago – Beverly Hills & Wolfgang Puck… & Something Amazing Happens

February 1, 2012

Spago is located in Beverly Hills, amongst some of the most expensive restaurants in Los Angeles — Spago is a local icon. More so, Wolfgang Puck is an even larger icon. As a kid, you always heard about Wolfgang Puck, Spago, and how wonderful of a chef he was. Wolfgang is a celebrity, possibly the […]

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Yang Chow – Chinatown’s Very Own Madarin & Szechuan Cuisine

January 20, 2012

When Chinatown comes into a conversation, and the topic of lunch or dinner pops up, you can’t help but thing of Yang Chow. And when you think of Yang Chow, you can’t help but think of Slippery Shrimp. Chinatown can be a scary place to some, but smack dab in the middle of Chinatown on […]

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Larchmont Bungalow – Red And Blue Velvet Takes The Pancake

November 28, 2011

I want to make it clear that I do not support this restaurant in any way.  I understand of their actions to the community and I am only blogging about the food.  To my understanding, Larchmont Bungalow is in a legal battle with the city.  Back in 2009, they agreed not to make it a […]

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Mon Ami Gabi (Paris) – Everything Magical Comes To An End

November 17, 2011

Mon Ami Gabi, can easily be one of my favorite restaurants in Las Vegas.  It is centrally located in the middle of Vegas, a very important thing.  The atmosphere is nice — right outside your window you can enjoy your meal with the view of the Bellagio fountains.  I remember having dinner here with my […]

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Lobster Me (Planet Hollywood) – Closest You’ll Get To The Ocean In Vegas

November 11, 2011

I was walking and talking, and shopping along at the Miracle Mile — no, not Wilshire, but in Las Vegas inside Planet Hollywood.  I came across Lobster Me.  Lobster, undoubtedly one of my favorite seafood, stopped me in my tracks.  Right then and there, I wanted lobster — I read Lobster Me, and I wanted […]

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Neptune’s Net – Fresh Seafood On A PCH Landmark

October 28, 2011

On my way to Neptune’s Net, I couldn’t help but notice how expansive Malibu is.  I was driving almost 30 minutes north on the PCH, and I was still in Malibu?  Crazy right?  So why would anyone want to drive so far for some seafood?  Well, it’s “The Net” — people from all walks of […]

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Malibu Seafood – Seaside Shop Sells Seafood by the Seashore

August 11, 2011

Malibu Seafood is a small stand situated on the Pacific Coast Highway, just at the start of Corral Canyon Park.  People cruising down PCH can stop at this small shop and find some of the freshest seafood. There is a small fish market inside as well as a tank of lobsters and crab.  Everything looked […]

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The Crab Cooker – Newport Eats Lots a Fish

August 3, 2011

Walking around Newport Beach, I basked in the sun and enjoyed the simple life of a beach bum.  I check out some shops, the harbor, and little eateries — I came across The Crab Cooker. Upon entering, I saw a mini fish market along with people waiting in line to eat.  I didn’t want to […]

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Gladstone’s – Long Beach’s Waterfront Dining Disappoints

August 1, 2011

I hate to write a negative blog post, but this one will be it.  People don’t only need to know what is delicious out there, but they also need to know what isn’t. Sadly, Gladstone’s in Long Beach was not.  Every quality a good restaurant should have, this one did not have it.  Not only […]

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Plums Cafe – Costa Mesa’s Very Own Breakfast Corner

July 11, 2011

Every city or town has their own breakfast spot.  They are usually busy on weekends and are popular amongst locals.  Plum’s would be the equivalent to that for Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Their food is classic American breakfast food spun up in a classy and delicious way. What was for breakfast?  Or was it […]

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Geoffrey’s Malibu – Beach Lovers, Food Lovers, Come All and Fall in Love

June 30, 2011

Think of your most delicious seafood meal, and imagine having it in front of an ocean view.  That is what Geoffrey’s is all about.  Located right on the PCH, this Malibu eatery has some of the best view from any restaurant. The fine dining experience was just amazing here.  I took my girlfriend here for […]

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Newport Seafood – And I Thought Lobster Couldn’t Get Any Better

June 8, 2011

I have always dreamed of finding the perfect seafood restaurant.  To me, it requires freshness and good ingredients.  We stumbled onto Newport Seafood from acquaintances, and what a great suggestion this was. Have I found my favorite seafood restaurant? I possibly could have. Upon entering the restaurant, all the patrons and wait staff were Chinese […]

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The Boiling Crab – Cajun Seafood With a Side of Napkins

May 20, 2011

I feel bad for those who are allergic to shellfish.  You can’t eat crab? lobster? shrimp? Wait, is shrimp considered a shellfish? I think so.  Anyways, I do feel bad for you, because that stuff is some of the best stuff the ocean has to offer. I love Boiling Crab — I also love to […]

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Taps Fish House & Brewery – Classic Seafood Dishes with Class

May 4, 2011

Fish is often the last thing people order at restaurants.  They usually order the beef or chicken, or even opt for something meatless like pasta.  Tap’s Fish House and Brewery specializes in seafood, and their fish is popular amongst the locals. Me and my girlfriend have been here for Sunday Brunch and Happy Hour, but […]

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Lobsta Truck – My First Lobster Roll Rolls Into Town

April 26, 2011

Living in Los Angeles, I rarely have the opportunity to have Lobster Rolls. In fact, I never had a lobster roll in my life.  Shocking!  It’s more of an east coast thing anyways, right?  I mean, it’s lobster. When I think of lobster, and lobster rolls, I think of states like Maine or east coast […]

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California Fish Grill – White Ruffy for not a lot of Green

April 21, 2011

Fish is my favorite food.  No wait…  I can’t do that to my beloved beef — the perfect marriage of fat and meat, cooked to a medium rare, with juices dripping everywhere.   But Sashimi is my favorite food, and that’s fish.  Hmm.  I am caught in a dilemma here.  I may retract this statement in […]

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Chomp Sushi and Tepan Grill – Get it Raw, Get it Not-Raw

April 15, 2011

Its a Friday night, and you live in Orange County.  And not the OC where you surf everyday and relax at the beach.  I am talking about Fullerton, downtown Fullerton to be exact.  It’s full of drunks and party goers on any given weekend.  And why wouldn’t it?  DTF is laced with bars and nightclubs, […]

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Niko Niko Sushi

March 15, 2011

It is lent season, and a lot of people gave something up. For those who gave up red meat, it is not a problem because there is always sushi. I can safely say, that I love sushi — it is my favorite food. There are two things that sushi needs to be, fresh and tasty. […]

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