This place. It's ramen like this one that got me hooked.
This bowl drives home that old saying: "It is the simple things".
In the heart of Ginza, located adjacent to Jiro's famous sushi den, is a place specializing in grilled eel.
Akihabara is where you will find electronic goods, pachinko mazes, maid cafes, cosplayers and a delicious bowl of shio ramen.
Even though it is an Okinawan specialty I still searched for Taco Rice in Tokyo.
Japan Airlines takes mile high dining to even greater heights.
When the weather gets good this food vendor market moves outside to its riverfront location in Brooklyn.
San José is my hometown and La Victoria is where I would go for late night sustenance.
Loeser's has been running strong for over fifty years and has kept all of its old school charm.
You are in Miami Beach and you need a quick, casual place to grab some really tasty tacos? Go here.
Yardbird is serving up some excellent southern comfort food. It is the spot for fried chicken in Miami Beach.
The fried chicken was real, real good. The slight spicy kick to those red beans was a nice surprise too.
This was my second time to New Orleans and to Café du Monde. The beignets were better than I could recall. Much, much better.
If you have worked your way through the NOLA culinary oeuvre of beignets, po boys, gumbo and cajun food give Pho Tau Bay a try.
Cochon Butcher is serving great cuts of meat and olive salad on a light sesame seed bread.