There was one place in San Francisco that I really wanted to try – Sushirrito. A gigantic burrito-sized sushi roll? Definitely a good idea. I chose the Geisha’s Kiss that featured yellowfin tuna along with tamago, piquillo peppers, yuzu tobiko, lotus chips, and cucumbers. This was an enormous sushi roll that was fresh-tasting and very filling! Continue reading “San Francisco | Sushirrito”
I’m going to be completely honest. The only reason why I added St. Lawrence Market to my Toronto itinerary was because I had to try the peameal bacon sandwich. Even if it meant hearing my brother constantly grumble because the market isn’t located right next to a subway station and he was tired from the walking. Continue reading “Toronto | Carousel Bakery”
After admiring the diverse collection of art pieces at the AGO, we made our way to Manpuku for lunch because it was nearby. I had read numerous raving reviews about the food so I was eager to dig into some comforting and delicious Japanese cooking! Continue reading “Toronto | Manpuku”
Originally, we had planned to go to Pai on the first night. But as it was becoming increasingly difficult to keep our eyes open throughout the day, we had to postpone it to another day instead. Ugh. The anticipation was killing me. So when we finally made the visit, we got there early at 5PM and I could hardly wait for the food!
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Korean BBQ in Vancouver is good but definitely not the cheapest option around. Various cuts of meat later, you’ll be surprised by how high the bill is at the end of the meal! However, Los Angeles also has numerous Korean BBQ restaurants; especially in the Koreatown area. One restaurant that we went to was Sanya and it was very reasonably priced. Continue reading “Los Angeles | Sanya”