Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Review: Krimsey’s Cajun Kitchen

No longer do the words Cajun and Vegan have to exist as an oxymoron.  This woman-owned, all-vegan Cajun restaurant is redefining what it means to eat Vegan, one southern fried, tastefully seasoned, homemade meal at a time.  Krimsey’s Cajun Kitchen, located in North Hollywood, was...

Review: Sabroso Mexican Restaurant

Situated next to a busy car wash a few blocks before Winnetka Avenue, on Vanowen Street stands a rectangular olive green Mexican restaurant. Upon entering, one is greeted with beautiful murals of Mexico style art. There is one mural in particular of a foundation with white doves...

Review: Green Cottage Mediterranean Restaurant

From fresh salads to a romantic garden in the backyard, a Mediterranean restaurant located at Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills stands as a testimony of why green is truly a color of life. Green Cottage Mediterranean Restaurant, inspired by the scenic landscape of Europe and its sophisticated modern...

Review: Paoli’s Pizzeria and Piano Bar

Italian Restaurants are renowned as a staple of Chicago or New York culture. Finding genuine Italian food in Los Angeles is an interesting challenge. The Chicagoan will claim it isn’t nearly as good as their local spot, while the New Yorker wouldn’t even bother with the attempt.  Yet, it’s...

REVIEW: Oliv’e Food Market

Oliv'e Food Market, Photo taken March 20, 2019.Oliv'e Food Market, Photo taken March 20, 2019.Oliv'e Food Market, Photo taken March 20, 2019.Oliv'e Food Market, Photo taken March 20, 2019. Have you ever wandered through the wood of chain restaurants looking for a delicious home-cooked meal that brings back childhood memories? Oliv’e Food Market...

REVIEW: Mambo International Kitchen

Hong Kong Rice Bowl at Mambo International Kitchen in Northridge, Calif. on March 17, 2019. The bowl consists on deep fried pork spare ribs served with a side of garlic rice. Photo by Chris Torres.Korean tacos at Mambo International Kitchen in Northridge, Calif. on March 17, 2019.The Banana Nutella Eggroll with Vanilla ice cream at Mambo...

REVIEW: Roll Roll

Bite-sized basic sushi rolls and the typical American Japanese entrees at an affordable cost is what keeps on attracting customers to a small restaurant located in a tight strip mall. Upon entering Roll Roll the customer is immediately greeted by the staff and is felt welcomed. Once seated there...

REVIEW: Aroma Coffee and Tea Co

Aroma Coffee and Tea Co is located at 4360 Tujunga Ave. in Studio City. The cafe is open six days a week from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. It opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at the same time on Sundays. Aroma Coffee and Tea Co is a cafe that reminds you of...

REVIEW: Nostal Cafe

  As the fragrant scent of Italian cuisine with a Persian twist engulfs the air, the evening began to wash over the restaurant. A homely mood, with outdoor string lights and carpeted couches welcome all patrons in the night-time glow. Those choosing to dine inside are given a more traditional bench seating, with tables for parties of two or more...

REVIEW: Let’s Pho

Upon entering Let’s Pho, walking up the ramp towards the seating area, patrons aren’t immediately drawn in by the scent of the food. Instead, customers are invited in by the ambiance and design of the restaurant. While the restaurant is decorated with a fusion of Vietnamese and vintage decor, one arrives to a scene filled with small groups of people...