Nishiki Market has lots of edible things to enjoy: oysters, local pickles, candied, dried shellfish.
I had to put this on my list of bowls to gulp in Tokyo when I read about it's unique recipe.
I gorged on a small omakase that included uni and maguro - both being parts of a balanced breakfast.
Opted to grab an egg and chorizo torta at Tortas Frontera. Made me happy I connected through The Windy City.
Just what the I needed to combat the colder weather: A bowl filled with sweet onion and gruyere goodness.
Coney Island style restaurants are definitely a thing in Detroit. Chose American Coney Island to get mine.
Great way to start a morning in Detroit.
I love taquerias and El Rey is great. My favorite was the chorizo taco.
So good I wolfed down the entire 12-inch thin crust pie in one sitting.
There is a lot of Mexican food in Detroit so when I came I had to find some tacos.
I have been hearing about Roy Choi's korean tacos for a long time now but didn't think I would be going to his truck in an airport.
I arrived with a whiskey headache. I left feeling like a new man.
I only made it to three restaurants because I was so full. But my gut's impossible expansion was an acceptable side effect given how delicious it all was.
When I went to Los Angeles I made sure to mine for some taqueria gems.
Coppelia is one of my local staples for amazing Cuban/Latin fare. Their soup of the day rotates and is always good. I order it blindly.