Many places warrant many visits because you simply can’t eat everything in one sitting. Since it’s not my habit to post multiple reviews on the same restaurant, I thought I’d let you in on the things I eat regularly but usually never make it on here.
Did you know? There’s Bossam at Well Bean Tofu. It’s a serving for one. All other places make it for two so it’s more expensive. It’s only $12.95 here. I love bossam. You get thin slices of steamed, tasty pork. You wrap them in leaves. Add condiments. Yumazing.
Did you know? The best bibimbap is at Han Il Kwan (or Hanil Kwan). Get it on the hot stone bowl. It’s huge. And oh so yummy.
Want something filling? The Hongkong lobsters at Sichuan House currently go for $29.99 for two of them. Best Hongkong lobsters in the city. The lobsters are wok-fried with chili oil, crispy, dry garlic and shallots. Make sure you get the Hongkong style. Delicious is an understatement.
Iron Age has a new menu which adds boneless galbi and chicken to their current all you can eat deal. It will now set you back $18 instead of the usual $14. Get it. You hear? Get it.
The stewed pork at Haru is so, so yumazing. Fork tender, sweet, savory. There are no words. Go. Now!!! Oh, by the way, dinner only, sorry.
Wanna try something different? The salted egg pastry at Sweet Hut is just the thing. You get salty and sweet at the same time. My favorite!
This fried rice at What The Pho is the most fantastic fried rice you’ll ever have. Shrimp, pork, and mild Chinese sausages. You’re right… yumazing!
Watch out of more of this Yumazing series. I have a lot more you need to know about. Stay tuned.