So I’ve been waiting for something DELICIOUS to come along for my next post… it was a long time coming but finally… I GIVE YOU RAMEN!
This was the first time I’ve ever tried ramen and it was GREAT! As I understand it, most ramen has a pork base, which includes pieces of pork (which I am NOT a fan of) in the broth. To my surprise it tasted great.
You can choose the firmness of your noodles, the strength of your broth and the items you want to sprinkle into your ramen. I had garlic chips and a poached egg (which adds flavor).
The only part that I didn’t like about my ramen was the ginger (which I hate!) but I’m told that you can have it without this. You can also add soy sauce, chili oil, and pepper to your soup. Overall it was delicious and I will be going back for seconds!
Agra Tandoori in Tarzana has become my favorite place to eat Indian food in Los Angeles. The naan and tikka were amazing and I really enjoyed the atmosphere.
This peach sauce is amazing, although the samosa is NOT. Together, they were actually pretty good! I have to admit I pigged out and still came home with leftovers. I can’t wait to go back!
So one thing that I love very dearly and always end up getting at least once in every restaurant I go to is … CAESAR SALAD!
The best I’ve ever had has been at the Corner Bakery Cafe in downtown Los Angeles. Have you ever CRAVED caesar salad? I hadn’t either (despite my love for it) until I tried it one faithful day at this place.
It might not look like much (at first I thought it would be bland and tasteless) but let me tell you, the chicken is PERFECTLY seasoned and cooked, and the home made dressing is absolutely exceptional. It’s balanced too, not too salty or greasy, and the croutons, OMG the croutons! Perfect crunch and light garlic flavor.
They also have amazing paninis (like the chicken pomodori panini in the picture) and home made soups. At lunch it might seem to be really hectic, with loads of people from the office buildings nearby, but service is really fast and friendly.
The atmosphere is cozy and bright and people are generally in a great mood. I especially love how the seats are set up close to each other at certain locations so that you can make new friends if you want!
Definitely give this place a try when you’re in the neighborhood. They also have locations in various cities around Los Angeles. Mmmmm I can’t wait to try the pastries!
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