The deep red hue of fiery broths and the pungent smell of stinky tofu make this hot pot chain a compelling place to eat. Here’s a look at perhaps the two most popular of their ten available hot pots.
Karaoke is part of the draw at Stars in the Sky, but the Korean Fried Chicken is the star of the food menu that includes everything from pizza corn cheese to boiled silkworms.
Miller’s Guild is a fine choice for brunch any day of the week. But the fun really starts when the Infierno fires up at 11am, offering animal items with big, bold flavors.
This moist bacon brownie is complemented by a honey bourbon ice cream. It’s a decadent dessert I was happy to hog for myself.
Two nights in Sedona offer time to see the red rocks from the ground and from the sky, as well as to find some decent food. This one’s basically about a balloon ride and “Enchantment.”
Think about dim sum done with Filipino food, and you’ve figured out the Flip Sum concept. It’s an interesting, economical, and delicious way to enjoy a meal that’s full of fascinating dishes.
Cutting Board is an excellent option if you’re craving yoshoku, or Western-influenced Japanese dishes, like this deep-fried pork cutlet served with curry rice.
Seattle’s seafood restaurant scene has improved dramatically, particularly with openings in the past two years. Top of my list now may be RockCreek in Fremont. Here’s why.
Casual lunch from Meherwan Irani, James Beard semifinalist for “Best Chef: Southeast,” brings lots of surprises, with food that offers a flurry of bold flavors and textures.
From the huge housemade doughnuts to mincemeat pie, there are a variety of intriguing sweets at Miller’s Guild. But if you can only get one, make it the Whiskey Date Cake.