This city is synonymous with food and good restaurants. People visit just to eat and it is truly a treat to be in San Francisco. It is home to some of America’s “Best Restaurants” and my main purpose for this trip was to judge Cathay Pacific’s Noodles of Asia contest, but I couldn’t help but to extend my stay…
The area consists of long time businesses and the market is full of iconic institutions selling meats, cheese, seafood, spices and produce. It would be a shame to visit Toronto and miss out on this since the city prides itself on diversity. Here is my self guided foodie tour of Kensington Market.
I knew it was named Top 10 Best New Restaurants in Canada by EnRoute Magazine, but I didn’t know how crazy locals went for it. After one bite of a taco I could understand why. I’ve had tacos like this before, but they never tasted as good as this. I could have kept ordering and I wanted to try their entire menu. I was addicted.
It was an impromptu trip to California and I spent most of my time in San Diego with another quick side trip to Los Angeles (LA). I’ve been to California several times, but it’s just such a massive state and each area is so different in terms of the culinary scene. Here is a highlight of San Diego – Part 1.
Off the Wagon food truck makes West Coast style tacos for breakfast and lunch. They use local and sustainable ingredients and ethically raised meats while offering a healthier take on tacos. I’m a carnivore, although I still like vegetarian food, and I actually liked the vegetarian taco better.