breakfast: melon bread + milk
Ceviche Saturday! After yoga in the morning, we took a Lyft there.
Red snapper, lime juice, aji pepper, shrimp, octopus, calamari served with potatoes
Peruvian style ceviche. It takes 20 minutes because it’s freshly prepared. The owner came out with the dish in hands and asked if my husband was peruvian. Unfortunately not. Peruvian ceviche is unique for no veggies and chunky fish & seafood in creamy lime juice. He gave us a little secret that a lot of celery and ginger in lime juice, which is very antioxidant. Besides this one, other ceviches on the menu are central American because the owner and chef (husband & wife) are from Guatemala. Nice to know.
We will definitely go back there soon. I would like to try all other ceviches one by one each time.
3809 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angele, CA 90019
While I was feeling down and losing passion for food, he was thinking a best way to get me recovered. A dining out plan!
He: Would you like to go eat ceviche on Saturday? I kinda feel like it.
Me: Ok… (This was yesterday and I was not really into it yet)
Guess what happened today? I started looking at menus & food pictures on yelp as normal. Getting excited about it. Now ceviche is on my mind. That’s me! Can’t wait for tomorrow.
Maybe I am too preoccupied to get my appetite back… I went to Huong Vi, my favorite Vietnamese restaurant, but it didn’t really work.
He committed to me all day today since he had been busy playing tennis Saturday & Sunday. First we went to yoga (but different class), then hang out in downtown Los Angeles.
Tried a Taco place I found on yelp.
Taco sampler comes with 6 mini tacos, which is about a half size of regular taco.
My favorite is probably Mole Poblano & Bristek en Salsa Roja. It is nice to have something new. When they explain all different tacos, we were lost in translation tho.
541 S Spring St Ste 101
Los Angeles, CA 90013