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Morning Coffee In Long Beach

Breakfast: Coffee & Doughtnut

Killing time at a coffee shop before a meeting in Long Beach


Afternoon Break

Dinner: Salad Udon with Tuna & Egg

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Sesame Miso Pork & Cabbage

I didn’t want to cook this evening, but he refused to have a pizza for dinner. Awww.

Dinner: Caprese, Pork & Cabbage + Icelandic Beer


Breakfast #1

Breakfast #2


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Ribs & Caprese

Lunch: BBQ Ribs & Baby Broccoli

I was not so hungry in the evening and wanted something light. My boss gave me some basil and recommended to have with Trader Joe’s Mozzarella.

Dinner: Caprese with Freshest Basil


Breakfast: Yellow Peach, Strawberries, Blueberry Muffin + Coffee

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Bottomless Mimosa Brunch @ Yamashiro Hollywood

We were invited to Yamashiro in Hollywood for Sunday brunch by a good friend couple. This place is famous for views of Los Angeles.

Smiling Buddha with coins

We arrived early and walked around the property.

Got a table by Japanese Garden.

Buffet Room

Pastries & Dessert Station

His first plate: It looks so him 🙂

My first plate: I love seafood and sushi 🙂

A view from our table #1

A view from our table #2

My second plate

My third plate: Prime Rib is so good. I like enjoying meat and shrimp cocktail with wasabi.

Drink & Dessert Menu
I didn’t need it since bottomless mimosa was included in the buffet. I had probably 5 glasses.


A walk after brunch

Entrance of the restaurant

Buffet $39 + Bottomless Mimosa $10 with complimentary valet parking
*We paid $31.50 + tax & Tip per person as a Travelzoo deal. Nice!

He says the food has nothing special. Quality of each item might not be good, but I loved a variety of sushi rolls and prime ribs. With bottomless mimosa and beautiful garden & city views, it’s a great deal!

Yamashiro Hollywood
1999 N Sycamore Ave
Hollywood, CA 90068
(323) 466-5125

I baked ribs for dinner, but didn’t eat because I was still full.

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Trader Joe’s Pork Tenderloin Tonkatsu

Dinner: Tonkatsu, Shredded Cabbage, Rice, Miso Soup with Tofu, Fried Tofu, Wakame, Mushroom and Green Onion

I made Tonkatsu with Trader Joe’s Pork Tenderloin, which is always tender and flavorful. So never failed.

Ate too much.

Dessert: Nijiya’s Cream Puff + French Tea