Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Lusso Burger. Period.

I first tried the Lusso Burger around two years ago, and have since gone back numerous times. Nothing beats the Lusso Demi Pound Burger. Seriously.


The Lusso Demi Pound Burger in all its glory. US Beef with foie gras, prosecco onions and cambozola, thick-cut  Asiago french fries and a nice salad for sides. Pure bliss on a plate. Dude, this is the mother of all burgers...

Po Suk Jung: Going Korean in Pasig

With the surge of Korean restautrants in the city, here's another one for your kimchi fix. Located in Orambo, Pasig (near Valle Verde Country Club), Po Suk Jung offers traidtional Korean barbecue and other Korean specialties. Here's a sampling of Po Suk Jung's dishes:


Bulgogi, prepared at your table, with vegetables and noodles. A twist on the usual Koren beef barbecue.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Mmmm...Mamou!

Prime USDA Angus Ribeye. That's more than enough reason to drop everything and drive to Mamou for a steak fix.


Healthy Start: Looks healthy, tastes even better. The Healdsburg Harvest Salad had a nice sweet fruity dressing, drizzled with nuts and white cheese.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Thousand Miles

More like 1,027 miles in two weeks to be be exact, including the numerous detours along the way. On a road trip from San Francisco to Seattle last December 2010, I got to experience the great Pacific Northwest. But the best part of any road trip is discovering where the locals eat. Tips from hotel staff to gas station attendants led to some pretty interesting experiences. Here's a rundown on my picks for best eats along the route:


Dean & Deluca, Napa Valley, CA: I just had to try the coffee...great before or after a long drive.

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