Thursday, September 30, 2010

Dessert at Hirozen

After a typical delicious meal at Hirozen, I found myself in shock over the dessert menu. They had Yokan!! This brings me back to when I lived in Japan. Yokan is made from red bean and comes in a jiggly jellied form. There's so many different varieties of Yokan.

The one at Hirozen came with a side of tapioka pudding.

8385 Beverly Blvd.


If you should ever find yourself in a club in Koreatown, You will likely stumble across a fruit plate. If there's one thing I know about Koreans (being that I'm Korean), we love two things when we go out: fruit plates and Crown Royal. I'm still perplexed as to why us Koreans love this Canadian import so much. I apologize for the bad photo. I was probably 10 drinks in at this point.

Bottega Louie

Their food is great and reasonably priced given the location and ambience. But what I really want to talk about is the ice cube in my Dewars. It's 1 big cubic ice cube. It's simple physics: less surface area means the ice will melt slower. More bars should adapt this method. Perfect for scotch and whiskey.

Pizzeria Mozza

Finally had a chance to dine at Pizzeria Mozza. What's everyone gauge when it comes to good pizza? Is it the sauce? The cheese? The crust? I'm a big fan of good chewy and thin crusts.

We tried a few interesting pizzas, one with anchovies (more people should like anchovies), and one with egg, bacon, and yukon gold potatoes. But the real winner was the caprese insalate.

Pizzeria Mozza
641 N. Highland Avenue

New iPhone!

I'm terribly sorry for not posting for an entire 9 months. That's all going to change. I now have an iPhone 4 which has been capturing some great quality photos.