Tag: asian

Bahn Thai

Info at : http://www.bahnthai.741.com Writing about Thai restaurants is hard. Since I first had Thai food on a family vacation to San Diego (Red Lamp District, got my parents to try something other than Chinese food and enjoy it, small victory) each visit to my favorite Thai restaurants in Las Vegas and Reno were highly…


Gogalbi and Cabbage Dinner

Made this yesterday: http://beyondkimchee.blogspot.com/2011/11/gogalbi-not-your-ordinary-galbi.html I had to use tilapia instead of mackarel due to the lack of fish options here, but this was still extremely delicious. I did not get the sauce to set quite as nicely on the fish as Ms. Beyond Kimchee did, hers looks like the sauce formed a beautiful crust on the…


Noodle Express

Info at : http://bestnoodleexpress.com/info.html A month or so ago I was browsing in the Asian Midway Market when I saw beauteous things for sale. Duck wings, roast duck, Shanghai Kao-Fu, etc. I was super excited and found out that the place that made these delicious items was Noodle Express, and vowed to go there soon….


Dumpling Haus

Info at : www.dumplinghaus.com I have this theory that the only reason their restaurant is called Dumpling Haus is because that domain name was available. Which makes a lot of sense to me, I mean the only reason I have www.luluz.net is because after trying endless permutations of my name that was the only acceptable…


Wah Kee Noodles

Info here. Wah Kee Noodles was the first restaurant in Madison that made us think, hey, this is actually delicious. Which was … surprising. Dining in Madison has been a process of having hopes, having hopes dashed, having hope tentatively peek out of its grave, repeat. This restaurant was the first to break the cycle,…


Kimchi and Lemongrass Sausage Fried Rice

Not bad, not bad at all. Print Kimchi and Lemongrass Sausage Fried Rice Author: Lulu Recipe type: Main Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  15 mins Total time:  30 mins Serves: 6   Cheap and Fast Ingredients 2 rice cups of short grain rice, yields ~ 6 rice cups cooked. ½ lb frozen petite cut veggies (green beans,…


Paté for Bahn Mi

If you have never had Bahn Mi, move to a bigger city. Do it. If you are unfortunate enough to live in a city that is big enough to have one or two Vietnamese restaurants, but they serve Bahn Mi without paté and don’t give you the option of having it, move to a bigger…