Category: Casual Dining
Silicon Valley is truly where dreams come true, at least for Paul. He was a Silicon Valley techie turned Smoking Pig Southern BBQ slinger.
There’s a lot of barbecue spots in Austin that we had to pick and choose where we were going to eat at. La Barbece was one of those places.
Sometimes you want to eat something that you find comforting. We wanted some good Italian in Vegas and found it at Trattoria Reggiano.
Want some local Kauai flavor with all the charm of a Mom and Pop shop filled with love and culture? Look no further than Hamura Saimin!
No hype, no BS… Just go to the Dolphin Market and eat the LANGOUSTINE POKE and then thank me later. Eat the other stuff too!
Where’s your go-to fried chicken spot to get your grub on? When in Kauai, Village Snack Shop & Bakery is your spot!
9 times out of 10 I’ll be eating at the most hole in wall, super local eatery. I just wish I could eat at Koloa Fish Market as many times!
Sometimes I get nostalgic, especially when I hear a place I like became something else, namely Hanalei Coffee Roasters. You’ll be missed.
On Kauai? In Lihue? Want a taco? Or maybe a burrito? Go to Verde for some of the best sustainable Hawaiian made Mexican food!
When you’re in Singapore and are looking for noodles but not of the Asian variety. Welcome to Pasta Brava where you can eat like an Italian.
Finding yourself a little chilly in Hong Kong? You’ll find a recourse from the cold with soul warming hot pot on HK island’s SUPPA!
When you’re looking for that Japanese Omakase in Singapore that won’t break the bank but leave you full; Enter Teppei!
I was surprised by how much Japanese food can be found in Singapore. I also was surprised by the quality of Saboten’s tonkatsu as well.
There’s no better place to go than Tung Po with a group of friends for a meal and beer…. Or a lot of beers! You’ll also learn a thing or 2!
Do you like soup dumplings? There’s a great place to go in Hong Kong called Din Tai Fung that’ll take care of all your hangry needs!
Eating Thai Food in Georgetown with the Tan’s Another chicken rice? Not just any chicken...