Category: Asian food

Graze, The French Market, North Pond and Bits

Graze Until I tasted the oat milk cappuccino with vanilla at Graze (1632 W Division), I’d summarily dismissed all of the alternative milks, juices and waters. But as I reminded myself, there’s a growing market out there that embraces these same options, and if I’m going to write about the current food scene, I have... Read more »

Where to Eat and What to Drink

The Table at Crate From the clean lines of its tableware to the cutting edge design of its furniture, Crate & Barrel celebrates the beauty in everyday objects. It’s an aesthetic with broad-based appeal, and it marries well with chef Bill Kim’s (Urban Belly) culinary style and with the menu he’s created for The Table... Read more »

Cocktails, Noodles, and Zoodles

Wow Bao Wow Bao tweaked the venerable Asian bao bun and took it mainstream. Soft, round and steamed-as opposed to fried, sauteed, or boiled-a traditional bao has a savory filling. But while teriyaki beef and roast pork are still Wow Bao’s best selling bao, the menu, like the chain, is expanding. As part of market... Read more »