1.15.2005

Recommended Restaurants

Up-to-date as of 12/31/07

Abbot's Habit
Angeli Caffe
Annapurna Cuisine
Artisan Cheese Gallery
Asahi Ramen
Baan Khanom Thai
Beard Papa
Blue Marlin
Border Grill
Boule
Broadway Deli
Buon Giorno Caffe
Cafe Bizou
Cafe Brasil
Cafe Orient
Cha Cha Chicken
Chameau
Cholada Beach Thai
Cobras and Matadors
Cravings
Cube
Donuts and Delites
Empanada's Place
Famima!!
Fritto Misto
Gingergrass
Gio Cucina Napoletana
Golden Crown Wok Palace
The Great Greek
Guelaguetza
Hamasaku
The Hump
Il Moro
Il Moro (second review)
India's Sweets and Spices
Indo Cafe
Jaipur Cuisine of India
Java Groove
Jinky's
Jin Patisserie
Juliano's Raw
Kiriko
Krua Thai
La Curva
La Pergola
Lazy Daisy Cafe
Literati Cafe
Literati II
Little Hong Kong Cafe
Lollicup
Lucques
Manpuku Tokyo Barbecue
Mao's Kitchen
Marrakesh
Melisse
Merkato
Messob
Mezbaan Indian Cuisine
Mi Casita Salvadorena
Monte Alban
Musha
Nawab of India
Ngoma
Nobu Malibu
Noma
Nook
Ocean Avenue Seafood
Organic To Go
Orris
Palms Restaurant
Palomino
Panera Bread
Pecorino
Pinkberry
Ramayani Indonesian Cuisine
Rambutan
Real Food Daily
Rosalind's
Sak's Teriyaki
Sanamluang Cafe
Saladang Song
Senor Fred
Shan Halal
Siam Chan
Spumoni
Stroh's Gourmet
Sushi Masu
Swan Thai
Taqueria Emanuel
Thanh My
Tofu-ya
Udupi Palace
Unurban
Versailles Cuban Restaurant
Volcano Tea
Zankou Chicken

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Geisha House, anyone? It's so LA! Which means, it sucks.

Anonymous said...

It's me, Shuwen! Kate just forwarded me your foodie blog, I love it! Which Spumoni did you go to? I've been on a gnocchi hunt for almost a year now, the best one is still in SF, Steps of Rome.

Foodie Universe said...

Hi Shuwen! I went to the Spumoni on Montana, but did not eat their gnocchi. I had an artichoke and garlic pizza.