As soon as I found out we were going to California, I knew I had to make a list. A list of places to go see? No. A list of things to do? No. A list of things to pack? No. It was for a list of foods to eat. I even googled and read a ton of reviews to see where they had the best certain food from my list and wrote down the restaurant’s name and it’s address. It’s a little embarrassing to admit I did this. Can you tell I’m pregnant?
So here are all the foods I checked off from my list.
Paris Baguette. A popular bakery in Korea that has many chains around California. Such delicious pastries that are not too sweet, but soft, flaky, buttery, and perfect.
Wurstkuche. Jay was told by several local people from LA that this place sells awesome bratwursts. And they did. They had exotic flavors such as rattlesnake, rabbit, pheasant, & crocodile.
Ten Rens Tea Time. We just picked a random boba place and I was happy with my mango boba.
Food trucks galore! I’ve always heard of food trucks but never followed their tweets and track their location. The famous Kogi truck was there too & their famous kimchi quesadilla.
Dim Sum! It’s my kind of food since I love tasting a little bit of everything, which dim sum is exactly!
My sister and I went to Korea town in LA one night after all our bebes were asleep, and went to a place where you go to drink. We didn’t order any alcohol but they sell delicious sides you’re suppose to eat with alcohol haha. We got ddukbokki(spicy rice cakes), and soondae(glass noodles stuffed in intestines).
Yuchun Nangmyun. This place sells the best cold noodles & awesome giant dumplings!
Can’t forget about Korean B.B.Q! We went with all of Jay’s cousins after our day at the Knotsberry Farm and Jay was busy going around all the tables explaining how to eat like a real Korean… which was funny since he’s not Korean at all.
Now I need to make a list of foods to eat in N.Y… I mean a list of places to visit, eh hem.