Cafe de Casa | Brazilian Coffee and Crepes [San Francisco]

For our last morning in Seattle we decided to take a short walk to a nearby Brazilian cafe. At this cafe, every cup of coffee is freshly made with a filtering paper and fresh coffee beans ($3.50 USD medium size). We also ordered three different types of Brazilian crepes. Different from the traditional french crepe, … Continue reading Cafe de Casa | Brazilian Coffee and Crepes [San Francisco]

House of Prime Rib | Thick Slices of Hearty Prime Rib [San Francisco]

The House of Prime Rib is one of San Francisco’s most popular restaurants. Thick, juicy prime ribs are specially cut on a cart attended by the chefs. The prime rib is served in three different sizes along with a thinly sliced option. Customers can also choose between having creamy corn or spinach and baked or … Continue reading House of Prime Rib | Thick Slices of Hearty Prime Rib [San Francisco]

Michael Mina’s | Tasting Menu Lunch Course [Singapore]

Tall windows reflected the modern look of a business lunch location. As first timers at this restaurant we decided to indulge in the tasting menu ($55 USD/person). Oysters with citrus flavoring started off the course meal. Soon after a tuna tartar dish paired with an assortment of peppers, Asian compressed pear, roasted peanuts and quail egg was served. The … Continue reading Michael Mina’s | Tasting Menu Lunch Course [Singapore]

Spruce | American Food with Impressive Cheese [San Francisco]

As we walked through the entrance, we were surprised to see a large crowd of people. Some were gathered around the bar, while others were seated at tables patiently waiting for dinner. We were seated in a separate, smaller room in a quiet corner prime for conversation. Complimentary popcorn was presented to us with a hint … Continue reading Spruce | American Food with Impressive Cheese [San Francisco]