Strictly Travel was a fun venture I started back in 2019. Originally, this was a way to learn how to blog as well as working on my programming skills. Prior to founding Strictly Travel, Jen and I were fresh out of college and just beginning to understand miles and points. Although Jen doesn't write much, … Continue reading A Big Thank You to Jen: The Food Curator & My Awesome Other Half
Hinodeya Ramen Bar is a small-mid sized ramen shop located in San Francisco's Japantown. (They have opened a couple more locations) This spot serves a unique lighter ramen that's a stark contrast to the thicker broths you typically see. While the most popular type of ramen such as Tonkotsu or Miso ramen have a pork … Continue reading Hinodeya Ramen Bar Review: Delicious Ramen located in Beautiful Japantown
Mensho Tokyo serves delicious umami filled bowls of ramen in the heart of San Francisco. Located near the famed Union Square, Mensho is a small shop with limited seating and mouth watering bowls of ramen that might just make it the best ramen in the bay. I've been to this spot a couple of times … Continue reading Mensho Tokyo: Top Ramen spot in the Bay?
El Farallon is a high end seafood restaurant located on the cliffs at the edge of the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabo Pedregal in Cabo. The spots offer candle-lit dining with unobstructed views of the splendid sunset and Pacific Ocean. The spot is a bit pricey, but it was worth the visit as Jen and I … Continue reading El Farallon: Excellent Seafood and Magnificent Sunset Views. What’s not to love?
San Francisco is a melting for various cultures, offering a variety of foods to satisfy your palette. With a large Asian population, Ramen has become quite popular with many well known spots in Japan opening a sister spot in the Bay Area. While there are many too chose from, here are 3 "Must Try" Ramen … Continue reading 3 Must Try Ramen Places in the Bay
Although I love Japanese cuisine, I've never had a katsu experience. Katsu is a Japanese dish typically consisting of a protein that's covered in bread crumbs, fried, and sliced into clean strips and eaten with a delicious sauce. For our last night in Seattle, Jen, her brother, and I decided to try out Kobuta and … Continue reading Premium Katsu in Seattle: Kobuta and Ookami