I did not expect to love this as much as I did. But I loved. I will crave this now.
It is usually the simplest of things that are the absolute best.
I was excited to get to Taiwan because its culture fully embraces a soup as one of its signature dishes.
Taipei is known for its night markets so I had to check out at least one.
I have been lucky enough to eat at Din Tai Fung locations around the world from Hong Kong to Chengdu to Los Angeles ...
A small stall with a center table with about six stools and counter seating surrounding.
A fresh market and eating palace for ravenous seafood lovers.
The first few times to Hong Kong I missed Mak's Noodle but didn't want to this time.
The breakfast plate at La Masa hit the spot after a long trek through The New York Botanical Garden.
You've heard of the cronut but if you find yourself in Tokyo you have to try these treats.
Soba Noodles Tsuta is the first ramen shop to claim a Michelin star.
I don't know how the good people at Shin do it but you would think their udon would be a heavy meal ...
Imagine an Italian bolognese done in a spicy, Chinese-Japanese style.
Turns out we both have a thing for Mee Noodle Shop.
A fun and kooky time in Harajuku.