To what ends should a pizza lover subject herself in order to eat the best? Kate Williams tests out the fare at the much-hyped Emilia’s in Berkeley.
Word on the ‘nets was that Casserole House served the best, most abundant spreads of banchan, Korean small dishes, so of course we went there to see if it was true.
The real reason to eat at Da Nang on San Pablo Avenue in Albany is to try a simple, but delicious, braised pork dish: kao kha moo.
In the age of instant Internet fame, it is rare to find a truly obscure dining establishment. The Cameroonian pop-up and catering company A Taste of Africa is perhaps one of the few.
Some restaurants become known for a particular dish with fans swearing it’s “the best thing they’ve ever eaten.” Kate Williams puts these dishes to the taste test. This week: Kao Mun Gai at Hawker Fare.