Secret Birria, New Orleans, LA Report #442

I looked up the definition of “Birria”. Putting together a couple definitions, it’s a Spanish term for a traditional Mexican dish originally made with goat meat, but it also can be made with beef. In gastronomic terms they say it means, “Exquisite savory dish, full of culture and tradition”. Wow. Impressive! I see why they… Continue reading Secret Birria, New Orleans, LA Report #442

Ajun Cajun, New Orleans, LA Report #397

This place describes their food as authentic Japanese food with a hint of Cajun spice. That intrigued me, so I put it on my list of restaurants I wanted to try some time back. Then last night I saw a glowing review of it online, which pushed me to get in here today for lunch.… Continue reading Ajun Cajun, New Orleans, LA Report #397

Asian Taste, Harvey, LA Report #374

When I woke up today it was raining. Most people wake up and think about what the day might hold for them. I wake up and immediately think about what I’m going to eat. For some reason the rain put me in the mood for Pho. Since I was hungry, I headed to the nearest… Continue reading Asian Taste, Harvey, LA Report #374

Royal Sushi & Bar, New Orleans, LA Report #217

The last time I was in this building it was a Thai restaurant named Sukho Thai.  Great Thai food, by the way.  I heard this place has fantastic Ramen, and since we’re having a cool snap here in New Orleans (84 degrees, it’s cloudy and raining), I decided to come get a bowl! This is… Continue reading Royal Sushi & Bar, New Orleans, LA Report #217

Kin, New Orleans, LA Report #159

***************   PERMANENTLY CLOSED   *************** I’ve never had a bowl of Ramen in my life.  Except, of course, those cheap packs of Ramen you can buy in supermarkets with the little seasoning pack in them.  I love the Pad Thai made with Ramen noodles at Banana Blossom (Report #12), and I love Pho, but I’ve never… Continue reading Kin, New Orleans, LA Report #159