Fogo de Chão, a Brazilian meat feast

UPDATED: Check out the new Beverly Hills To-Go Menu for pickup and delivery. 10% of all sales will go to No Kid Hungry.  Dining at Fogo de Chão is like going to a meat party. The Fogo churrasco experience provides endless cuts of fire-roasted meat brought on large skewers to your table and sliced in front of you. Even a little prong is available for you to … Continue reading Fogo de Chão, a Brazilian meat feast

8 Korean BBQ, your next night out in Koreatown

For a pleasurable night out, watch your dinner prepared in front of you in Koreatown, where the largest Korean population resides outside of Korea. Eight Korean BBQ was packed when I arrived around 7:30 pm. My friends already seated around a table of specialized cookware from Korea instructed me to open my circular seat stool and put my purse inside. No need to get it … Continue reading 8 Korean BBQ, your next night out in Koreatown

SpireWorks opens second location in Eagle Rock

After SpireWorks landed in Westwood in late 2016, foodie Angelenos on the eastside seeking the flavors of döner, döner kebob and vertically spit roasted meats can now head to Eagle Rock to its recently-opened second location, serving customers since January 20. I had my tastebuds try the destination signature Peking sandwich, which was extremely flavorful and spicy. With chicken, it has hoisin sauce, green onions, crispy … Continue reading SpireWorks opens second location in Eagle Rock

Spire Works Westwood doner kebob

SpireWorks serves Döner Kebob American Style

After traveling to Berlin, Turkey, and over twenty years ago to Israel, I always crave döner or döner kebob. Now you can get a perfect flavorful doner spire of beef, chicken, or veggie köfte in LA. For vegan Angelenos, the köfte option will satiate their appetite with meatless meatballs made of cubed vegetables held together by chickpea flour and Urfa biber (dried Turkish Chili pepper). SpireWorks just opened in … Continue reading SpireWorks serves Döner Kebob American Style

Shiki Beverly Hills wagyu

Shiki Beverly Hills: Ambassador of Wagyu

Rice has been a staple of the Japanese diet since time immemorial, but in recent years, it is beef that has put Japan on the culinary map. Cattle were used as draft animals in rice farming. In fact, tradition has it that the animal, domesticated on the Asian continent, was first introduced to the island country in 400 BCE. Even so, meat was generally not … Continue reading Shiki Beverly Hills: Ambassador of Wagyu