Bumpkin-South Kensington
The notion that British cuisine is bland, heavy, and all around inedible is a farce and in the past...
Cumin Feel the Noize
Tucked away among rows of fast food chains, Zeera Indian Restaurant offers a break from the suburban norm. Located...
Dining with History
The truly unique experiences are the ones your least expect. It wasn’t until I started working at an operating,...
The History of Sushi in the United States
            Sushi nowadays is just as common as any other food in the United States, but that was not the case just a few decades ago. While sushi has been a staple in Japanese culture for thousands of years, it was not until the year 1966 that sushi first... Read more
A Brief History of the Lobster…Should You Really Be Paying that Much?
There’s probably little you could do to convince lovers of lobster that what they’re eating isn’t actually a delicacy worth spending $20-$30 on at a restaurant. Because of its current status as a tender, succulent crustacean meat served on some of the most expensive columns of certain menus, people... Read more
Yo! Sushi: The Conveyor-Belt Dining Experience You’ve Been Waiting For
What you may not know about your dining experiences in America is that you’ve been sorely missing out. Despite the relative newness of the conveyor belt dining experience in America, this practice has been at work in other countries – usually in metropolitan areas – for quite some time... Read more
Why Eating Sushi Will Always Be Better in a City
If you’re like me, and you like specialty foods, then you know what it’s like to crave sushi. All the time. I love both cooked and raw sushi, whether I’m eating fish or shrimp tempura sushi, salmon, or a mix of different fish cuts on one roll. I love... Read more
UCLA researchers and partners work with sushi restaurants to reduce seafood fraud
Stuart Wolpert | November 08, 2018 A new monitoring project involving UCLA researchers and partners aims to take “fake sushi” off Los Angeles diners’ plates. The Los Angeles Seafood Monitoring Project team — which includes university researchers, students, sushi restaurants and government regulators — is working to reduce sushi fraud and the... Read more