I'm a 95 lb stick- 102 on a good day (after a buffet), but I love food like no other. I spend about 3 months of the year in Asia. When I'm not in Asia scouring the streets for good food, I'm checking out the best places to eat in L.A.. Do street vendors or C ratings from restaurants scare me? Course not-cause the best food is cheap, made and sold on the street, & cooked by someone who hasn't washed their hands in ages...Delicious!
Friday, June 17, 2011
Steak Dinner Post
I'm in Hong Kong A LOT so I usually eat a lot of Chinese food or well fusion food but don't you ever just get a tad bit tired of all the Asian food and want some steak? Hello, Steakhouse in the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Okay, so here's the thing. The place was dark as hell. It's part of the ambiance you say. Uh yeah... but I'd also like to see where I'm walking. It's also relatively small. Unfortunately, money cannot buy you class or manners. There were some "visitors" at the table next to us that had an issue. I'll skip out on that part. Cheers to my new favorite type of fries-duck fat fries.
King Crab Legs
French onion soup
Steak, steak, and more steak
I shared with my fam, so I just had whatever they ordered but usually I get my steaks medium rare. When I'm in a good and adventurous mood, I'll get it raw. Yup, why not turn everything into sashimi?
A ha! The famous duck fat fries! McDonalds needs to catch onto this trend. Quack!
You can find it at 2/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai. By the way, the bathrooms are pretty bomb. You have toiletries in each stall. I'm strangely fascinated by bathrooms for all those that think I'm really weird.