Quick Bites

Portland, OR / 11.18.2015

Bunk Sandwiches

I heard Bunk Sandwiches has some of the best sandwiches in Portland, but they don’t start serving said sandwiches until the afternoon so I was left to order one of their breakfast offerings. This was actually from over a year ago, so I don’t remember specifically what I ordered, but... Continue

Portland, OR / 11.13.2015

Nong’s Khao Man Gai

Portland is pretty well known for their food stands and the most popular one is probably Nong’s Khao Man Gai. Khao Man Gai is essentially the Thai version of Hainan chicken, and this one is made by a woman named Nong. Get it? There’s only one thing on the menu... Continue

Portland, OR / 11.04.2015

Killer Burger

I was looking for a quick place to grab a snack in-between lunch and dinner while I was in Portland and ended up at Killer Burger. “But that doesn’t seem like a place for a snack.” You’re right. It’s not. But see that thing above? That’s called a Peanut Butter... Continue

Los Angeles, CA / 10.26.2015

Village Pizzeria

My friend considers Village Pizzeria the best pizza in LA county. I’m not sure I agree, but I can’t say I disagree either since I can’t think of somewhere better off the top of my head. It’s difficult to find good New York style thin crust, so it’s impressive when... Continue

Portland, OR / 10.19.2015

Pine State Biscuits

The line at Pine State Biscuits can get pretty crazy, but that’s because you’re dealing with biscuits and gravy so delicious it kicks other biscuits and gravy in the face. The food was so good I don’t even care that they forgot to bring out our food and then made... Continue

Cupertino, CA / 04.19.2015

Ike’s Lair

I had to make a stop at Marukai in Cupertino to buy some random Japanese goodies (read: snacks) so I figured I would hit up Ike’s Lair since I was in the area. Ike’s Lair is one of the many locations of the popular San Francisco sandwich shop Ike’s Place,... Continue

Los Angeles, CA / 04.12.2015

The Black Sheep

The Black Sheep is a gastropub in downtown Los Angeles focusing on burgers and beer and other things gastropubs focus on. Like Father’s Office, you order at the counter and then fight people for a seat. They’re listed as Asian fusion, though I’m not really sure why. I guess they’ve... Continue

Anaheim, CA / 04.09.2015

The Kroft

The Kroft is located on the bottom floor of the Anaheim Packing District and their slogan is “comfort food reinvented.” I wouldn’t go so far as to say they’ve reinvented anything (because they haven’t), but they do make good food. Their most popular items are their poutine and porchetta sandwich,... Continue

Irvine, CA / 04.02.2015


BurntZilla is the brick and mortar store for two popular Orange County food trucks: The Burnt Truck which focuses on sliders and comfort food, and Dogzilla which does an Asian inspired hot dog. The first thing we have to address (as every review will address) is the portion size. For... Continue

Los Angeles, CA / 03.25.2015

Eastside Market Italian Deli

Eastside Market Italian Deli is located on the outskirts of Downtown Los Angeles in L.A.’s original Little Italy. Apparently they’ve been serving up sandwiches since 1929. The portion sizes here are insane, and I suspect it’s a byproduct of the days when they had to keep their mafia patrons happy... Continue