Tag Archives: Asian

Feel Good Foods Gluten-Free Asian Meals Review

Asian food is one of the few ethnic culinary dialects that is somewhat conducive to gluten-free dining. However, when dining out, there still exist gluten-free danger zones, namely the presence of gluten-filled soy sauce and other glutenous ingredients.  As a busy college student with a shortage of gluten-friendly restaurants in town, I have come to rely on Feel Good Food’s vegetable egg rolls as a staple meal in my collegiate dining […]

PF Chang's Review

PF Chang’s is one of the few major chain restaurants with a great gluten-free reputation that I have not been to. With no time like the present, I maximized my next to last day in Maryland until next August by paying my local PF Chang’s a visit for lunch with mom to break up a long, hard day of sorting, packing, and final exams.  Described as a “China bistro,” the […]

Ejji Ramen Review (Belvedere Square)

Plunging head first into the semester, I have not had a moment to breathe, much less get off campus for fun in the first three weeks. As my workweek wound down leaving me with a wide-open and forcasted to be beautiful weekend, I knew that I’d have to remedy my cabin fever and escape for an hour or two. Fitting the bill for my Saturday adventure was Belvedere Square Market, […]

Gluten-Free Dorm Cooking: Thai Green Curry

Already slacking off my New Year’s resolution on the blogging front- sharing more recipes- I’m finally able to get back on board with it after a much-deserved three day weekend after my first week back in school. This semester, disillusioned with dining hall fare after a long winter break filled with home-cooked meals, I knew that I’d have to expand my dorm cooking repertoire beyond pizza and baking. Cold weather had […]

Pho 88 Restaurant Review

On the coldest day of 2015 (so far) in the sunshine state, there’s only one way to remedy the chill in the air: a nice steaming bowl of Vietnamese pho. After discovering the magic of pho in Orlando’s heavily Asian Mills 50 District, I was determined to make a return visit to scope out more gluten-free options. With my mom and a neighborhood friend in tow, we set our sights […]

Little Saigon Restaurant Review

After discovering the comfort food and study fuel properties of pho last year during my final weeks in Maryland, I could not wait to come back to Orlando in search of this Vietnamese delicacy. After spending New Year’s Eve a little sick and left out of my family’s tradition of Italian food, I wanted to start 2015 on the right foot with a steaming bowl of broth and noodles. Re-branded […]

Top 10 Gluten-Free Friendly Orlando Restaurants of 2014

After finishing my list of my top 10 picks of gluten-free friendly restaurants, cafes, and bakeries in Baltimore, I knew the next task at hand would be to construct a parallel list for Orlando. A much taller order due to the sheer variety and number of establishments I’ve reviewed in my nine months of blogging, I now present this list of my personal picks for 2014 with pride.  The restaurants, […]

Phat Thai Cafe Review

Coming off of a finals week buoyed by Thai food and pho, my taste for Asian cuisine was not extinguished upon returning home. After the wave of energy and emotion that is Christmas crashed after a whirlwind day, my mom and wanted to get out of the house on Boxing Day but were not ready to battle the madness of big shopping centers or the more tourist-y areas of town.  After […]

Pho Dat Thanh Review

Whether its the cold weather, holiday spirit, or single digit day countdown to winter break, it’s getting downright difficult to face the monotony of the dining hall. Don’t get me wrong- my college has been pretty accommodating, but after my Thanksgiving break allowed me to rediscover the deliciousness of home cooking, it’s hard to face the less-than-homemade quality of buffet lines. Taking advantage of a lighter day due to a […]

Sea Thai Restaurant Review

After three months away from the sunshine state, I have long awaited my Thanksgiving return for a chance to enjoy home cooked meals and taste a new restaurant or two. It’s amazing how refreshing a break from dining hall fare can be for this foodie freshman.  Although I’ve been able to sneak of campus here and there, a recent string of papers, essays, and exams- in addition to cold weather- […]