Showing 5 Result(s)
Japanese Food

Yojimbo brings donburi and izakaya nights to Fairfax

Yojimbo

A collaborative new Fairfax restaurant is serving donburi and Japanese American fare from two veteran L.A. chefs. Yojimbo opened in late July with takeout service from a walkup window. On Sept. 7 the team will fully open with indoor dining and, soon after, will offer an izakaya menu on Friday and Saturday nights. (Japanese breakfast on weekends will come later.) Co-chefs Keisuke Akabori (previously of Spago and Saison) and Chris Ono (formerly of Providence, Eleven Madison Park and Mori Sushi) are serving rice bowls with toppings such as sashimi, grilled free-range chicken and braised beef, plus small plates such

Japanese Food

Bento By EN Brings Traditional Japanese Delicacies At Your Doorsteps In Delhi

There’s something about a sushi that makes us fall for it time and again. We agree, it’s an adapted taste -many might not like in the first go. But once you get a hang of it, there’s no looking back. And over past few years, we have seen a significant increase in the number of sushi lovers across the country; this subsequently it increased the need of authentic sushi joints everywhere in India. Delhi, being the national capital and one popular hub of sushi lovers, also saw launch of several new joints serving sushi and other Japanese delicacies.

While exploring

Trending Food

Veteran-owned food truck brings ‘fruit nachos’ to NCFL

To keep up with the latest local news subscribe to our TV20 newsletter HERE and receive news straight to your email every morning.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – A new food truck, owned and operated by veterans, is making its way across North Central Florida. Nacho Sweets Owner and military veteran Demetrius Hardaway said he was inspired to start up the truck due to his love for unique and New Orleans-inspired food.

“A lot of my friends loved my cooking so they were asking from the time I got out of the military when I was going to open a food

International Food

Saraga international grocery brings together Hoosiers around food

Saraga is rooted in everywhere and nowhere at once. The international market is, in some ways, like traveling through a foreign airport. People are constantly in transit, briskly walking or leisurely browsing. One can hear snippets of conversations in French or Burmese or any number of other languages as they walk through the long aisles. 

Indianapolis groceries specializing in Asian, African, South American or other international products often carry more niche items and create an atmosphere that reminds shoppers of home, but Saraga has evolved to be a hub where culture is both preserved and mixed. Today, the 62,000-square-foot international

International Food

International Food Festival brings food from around the world to Morristown

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — After being canceled in 2020, HOLA Lakeway’s International Food Festival is going full speed ahead in 2021. This year’s festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at the Downtown Green and Farmers Market.

“When we made the difficult decision to cancel last year’s festival, we said our commitment to continue this tradition was strong. … We meant it,” KC Alvarado, co-founder and current chairwoman of the HOLA Lakeway board, said.

This year’s festival is expected to be the most diverse