Las Vegas — Max’s And Mt Zion National Park

Max’s Restaurant Cuisine of the Philippines

Lechon Kawali

Deep Fried Pork Belly With Liver Sauce

Kare-Kare

Beef Shank & Oxtail Stew In Peanut Sauce With Shrimp Paste

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Las Vegas — Thai Noodle House & The Random

Just a short drive away…

Thai Style Noodle House’s Pad Ped Red Snapper

Full of big pieces of deep fried snapper…

And Duck Fried Rice

…with big […]

Wicked Spoon & Red Rock

We aren’t the only ones here. It only looks that way. Like most things in Las Vegas, this place is huge.

Eggs Benedict With Beef Hash

A nicely cooked egg makes everything look better.

Croque […]

Las Vegas, Crepes & Wicked Spoon

Las Vegas

Where the ridiculous meets the sublime…

It all started one day with a simple little lunch with Anthony.

No, ok, seriously…

We were lucky enough to have crystal clear skies all the way from […]

In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger — The Double-Double

Aren’t they just demanding to be eaten?

And, the fries? They simply can’t be ignored. As a matter of fact, they deserve almost equal attention. They’re delicious.

(Psst… Be sure to ask for […]

G & M Restaurant & Lounge & Dogfish Head Alehouse — Maryland

G & M Crab Cakes

Everyone at the table agreed, these were seriously good to great crab cakes.

Chock Full Of Tender Crab

The crab was super fresh. And, huge chunks of tender and sweet crab were present throughout each very […]

Chateau De Saigon

Fried Tapioca Shrimp

Bun Bo Hue

Fried Fish Topped With Lemongrass

The topping of ginger, lemongrass, onion, and scallion lightened up this fried fish dish nicely. It was pleasantly fresh with a […]

Denver

Grilled Idaho Trout

And Edamame With Sesame

White Chocolate Grill

An airport chocolate bar and…

Purple Mountain Coffee

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Northern China Eatery

Mandarin Pie

So crispy and piping hot, it took every ounce of our patience to wait.

Golden brown in places and soft, tender nooks hide in other spots. Then inside, buttery tender pork, green onion, chive and… is there finely chopped shrimp, too? […]

Makan

Makan’s Ramyun

Bowl one…

And, here’s bowl two.

Sharing? That’s just crazy talk. We both wanted our own bowl. And, we weren’t disappointed. The powerfully rich broth was a complex union of deep, dark meaty stock and bean […]