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August 2015

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K-ZO / Japanese + French

K-ZO Japanese in Culver City @ HeySesame.com K-ZO was the special spot for my latest celebratory dinner with friends.  It's a Japanese and French fusion restaurant in downtown Culver City.  The name stands for the chef-owner "Keizo Ishiba," who brought together his classical training in both French and Japanese cuisine to create a unique and exciting menu.  It was so extensive that it took us a while to figure out what to get, but we ended (...)

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A Lazy Sunday @ Egg

Sunday Brunch at Egg Shanghai @ Heysesame.comSunday Brunch at Egg Shanghai @ Heysesame.com I think I found my new Lazy Sunday spot.  Enjoying a nice, slow brunch is one of my favorite things to do on the weekends.  I never, ever wake up in time for breakfast, so this newly-opened all-day breakfast joint meets all of my reqs.  Beautiful, clean, minimalist space.  Hearty ingredients with great (...)

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O Delice! French Brunch

Sunday French Brunch @ HeySesame.com - Odelice Shanghai As far as Sunday Brunch spots go, this lovely French cafe has something for everyone.  Whether you're looking for a cozy date spot, a casual meet-up with friends, or just somewhere to grab a tasty croissant sandwich on the go, Odelice has your back.  After scrolling through too many beautiful breakfast photos on Instagram, I developed a nagging hankering for Eggs Benedict.  So on this fine Sunday morning, as I woke (...)

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The Buzz About Honeymee

Honeymee Ice Cream in LA @ HeySesame.com "Honey-mee, Honey-you."  Lately, it's all I've been hearing from my foodie friends, so I had some high-flying expectations when I decided to scope out Honeymee this week.  And I have to say, it lives up to the hype!  I went to their new store on Sawtelle and felt instantly welcomed by the simple cuteness of the decor.  Not sure why I had been imagining a ginormous life-size bumble bee (...)

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Hakata Ramen / Shin-Sen-Gumi LA

Shinsengumi4-2 I consider myself an avid ramen eater.  I'm not the least bit embarrassed that I listed it as my addiction in the About Us section of our blog.  And I continually strive to be as knowledgeable as I can about the ramen culture here in Los Angeles where I live.  By popular demand amongst my close friends who are all too familiar with my love affair with ramen, I will be (...)

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