From barbecue pork buns (cha siu baau) to shrimp dumplings (har gau) to pan fried dumplings with chives and shrimp (gau choi kau... a feast for cheap.
I love Giada. I love her simple yet sophisticated take on Italian food â€“ authentic flavors, beautiful presentations, and dishes/ingredients described in wonderfully poetic terms. And happy to say, she was in town today promoting her new book, Giada’s Kitchen, at the massive flagship Williams-Sonoma in Union Square.
When the sky is grey and the chilly fog rolls in off the bay, there is one thing that is guaranteed to make me feel better: a big fat bowl of hot phà² steaming in my face. After trolling Little Saigon in search of the perfect bowl of phà² tai, I am excited to report that Bodega Bistro has got just what I need.