The only thing that was actually enjoyable were the egg custard buns. The bread was pliable and soft, that contained a great flavor on its own without diminishing the actual custard. The custard itself was a bright yellow color and contained a rich and unique flavor. The flavors combined perfectly and felt velvety in your mouth.
By far the JuJu Bleu was the best burger on the plate. Every element of the burger combined to make an amazing symphony of flavors. It was sharp and tangy while being unique in flavor.
Nestled in Woodward Village lies Angry Asian’s Crackin’ Crab Claw, a small restaurant specializing in Louisiana dishes and Cajun cooking. Crackin’ Crab Claw takes traditional southern recipes and brings them to fruition thousands of miles away from New Orleans.
If you’re looking for a delicious Persian dish to share with some buddies, Kabob Land is the place to be. This unique restaurant provides a relaxed dining experience while also serving excellent food. When I entered the facility, I was greeted by Stephanie, one of the waitresses. She got me a table, and I was immediately impressed by the plush, deluxe chairs. I could sit there for hours!
Lollicup is a Taiwanese bubble tea cafe located on the corner of First and Herndon. The first of its kind in Fresno, this location has been serving the local area for over 15 years. Their mission is to provide high-quality food and beverages made with only the freshest ingredients in a fun and welcoming environment.
Across the street from FC on the southeast corner of Cedar and Herndon lies Mike’s Grill, home to what many call the best tri-tip in Fresno. With such close proximity to campus, many seniors find it notably accessible for off-campus lunch while others can walk or drive to indulge themselves in great tasting food after classes end for reasonable prices.
In the newly built shopping center off of Clovis and Herndon lies Shila Korean BBQ, a unique dining experience which allows you to cook yourself an all you can eat meal. There are two options on their lunch and dinner menus which include a list of pork, beef, seafood and other options served ready to grill at your table. I previously had zero experience with Korean BBQ so frankly, I had no idea what to expect. The inside of the restaurant possesses a friendly and warm ambiance and you are greeted quickly by the host. It was not crowded when I went but depending on the time and day, it may be, considering the length of a meal, which ranges from 60 to 120 minutes plus.
Roll One for Mi is a small sushi joint on the corner of Champlain and Shepherd next to Marble Slab and Jamba Juice. Roll One for Mi isn't the biggest restaurant but does pretty well, it always is pretty busy.
Moving to an unknown city while also bringing a family business can be tough. However, with the help of family and friends, this journey can be possible. This is the attitude that long time chef Gajjan Singh brought to his family. Lots of things can change throughout the duration of many years but this attitude and the family business has never changed.
Considered one of the best-themed restaurants in New York City, Ellen’s Stardust Diner offers a family friendly atmosphere and entertainment from the staff who sing and dance while they wait on customers. The retro 50’s themed diner is located on the corner of 51st Street in Times Square, New York City. The eatery contains many "Fabulous Fifties" memorabilia, such as an indoor train and drive-in theater screen showcasing performances from that era.