I know my travel posts are primarily about food but honestly, there’s not much to photograph in Los Angeles. Don’t get me wrong, I love taking pictures of architecture, landscapes, and people but nothing interesting on this trip. Hope you enjoy this post and see you in my next post on Europe (I promise you there will be more action).
Visited my good friend in LA. He lost a tremendous amount of weight. Well, sh*t happens right?
We went to Sugarfish for lunch. I’ve always wanted to try this restaurant since they have really good reviews. Perhaps my expectations are high, I wasn’t blown away with the sushi but the quality was decent though. I actually thought the handrolls at KazuNori were a lot tastier.
This fish was quite buttery though.
My grandma made these sweet glutinous rice wraps dipped in caramel sauce. I’m very grateful for all the food my grandma makes for us.
The cutest Hello Kitty cafe we saw at a mall. This was their raspberry iced tea.
I haven’t tried Shake Shack so as of now, my favourite burgers are from In-N-Out. How about yours?
Oh man, how I wish we have an 85C Bakery here. Their sea salt coffees and pastries are to die for. And did you know they have 85 cents coffee every Monday? How cool is that?
Nothing screams summer more than these bright, colourful, juicy strawberries.
My uncle – He’s the sweetest, kindest, and hardworking man I’ve ever known.
My family took a day trip to Malibu. We didn’t see any Hollywood stars though. =)
First time eating at Boiling Crab – one busy place I’m telling you.
I’m not a fan of these types of food – too messy for me, but my youngest son loves them, so we checked it out.
Savoy Kitchen – They’re known for their Hainanese Chicken – average, nothing beats the ones I had in Singapore.