October LA Part II: Day 2 & 3

This is what I ate Day 2 & 3

Day 2: Han Bat & Spice Affair

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I’ve been craving simple Korean food and Han Bat always hits the spot. Beef broth, rice, and kimchi.. It’s the best!

Their kkakdugi is always SO good. I need two bowls to myself.

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I had dinner at Spice Affair in Beverly Hills. It’s on restaurant row.

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The food is upscale Indian and all the dishes were LOADED with spices.

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My favorite was probably the Coco-li-flower which is an appetizer consisting of crispy cauliflower in coconut sauce. It’s one of the very few vegan dishes I like! I am a total carnivore, if you haven’t figured that out already. HAHA.

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This is what I do before every meal. My friends know that they have to wait.

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Day 3: The Eat Show & AnQi

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I was lucky enough to attend THE EAT SHOW, which was at The Reef.

I got to sample A LOT of food as well as desserts for lunch. My favorite dessert was probably the Street Churros, and my favorite food booth was Dino’s.

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Dinner was in The OC @ South Coast Plaza.

I went to AnQi, [another House of AN Restaurant] located in the Bloomingdale’s building. I was lucky to have an eight course tasting prepared by the chef.

My absolute favorite dish was this Pan Roasted Lobster with their famous garlic noodles.

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There was nothing I didn’t enjoy. The table-side ice cream with a giant cookie was a fun and interactive experience.

Han Bat

4163 W 5th St.

Los Angeles, CA 90020

Spice Affair

50 N La Cienega Blvd #120,

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

AnQi

South Coast Plaza

3333 Bristol St.

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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