According to their own narrative, Little Nepal, located on the corner of Mission St and Courtland Ave, is “proudly the first Nepali restaurant in San Francisco”. Geographically, Nepal’s regional territories stretches from the Southern part of India toward the Northern part of Tibet. In which, Nepalese cultural and ethnic cuisines are strongly influenced by religious elements inherited from Hinduism and Buddhism. Evidently, there are significant initiation of Himalayan and Nepalese religious, ethnic and cultural pride embedded within this little restaurant’s decoration, service, and atmosphere. Little Nepal should be an interesting and unique experience for those who are curious about these cuisines from an intercultural perspective.Read More
Does “sushi donut” ring a bell to you?
Shaped like a donut but tasted like a salmon roll, Project Poke has just introduced their newest celebrity at the corner of sushi and innovation.
Well, it’s almost that time of year when hints of Valentine and its effects are spreading like zombie viruses. If your life is busy with school, with work, or even with overwhelming free time for thought, you might want to consider starting the search for the little details for your perfect dream date. Don’t let the calendar fool you for It just a matter of a minute and second from now until then. Located on 399 N Capitol Ave, San Jose, CA 95133, Tick Tock Restaurant has everything that suits for your date. Not only that they serve many traditional tastes, they also carry the dishes in many new and creative concepts.Read More
After many cold showers, San Francisco in early spring has fresher air and cleaner streets. While once in a while the city would light up early at day time, reflective lights shaded an overly warm color on anything that leaves shadow. Ghirardelli’s and its history has remained mysteriously delicious through out the age of San Francisco, inviting more admiration and wondrous question to how it was first began and continuing to its existence.Read More