Archive for: food

 
 

Boba Bear Packs in New Flavor

By Nguyet Tran Combining three different ethnic concepts into one small package, Boba Bear in El Monte is quickly attracting attention. Located off Baldwin Avenue, the compact lounge offers Asian fusion teas, coffee and boba; as well as hookah and crepes. With a seating capacity of 45 customers, the décor is simple yet inviting. The white [...]

 

Quality food at Bollini’s

By Joshua Inglada Not too far from campus is Bollini’s Pizzeria, an Italian restaurant that succeeds in both quality and quantity. With several authentic recipes handed down through tradition, their goal is to satisfy customers with the freshest ingredients California has to offer. The menu offered pizza, both in small and large sizes, but also [...]

 

Elizabeth’s Bakery Provides Sweets and More

By Marisol Perez “Elizabeth’s Bakery” is a popular local bakery located in the City of South Gate. The sweet and appetizing fragrance of bread baking at “Elizabeth’s Bakery” draws customers every morning. The scent fills the air and once in the bakery its hard not to want to try everything they have to offer. They [...]

 

Hotpot, Hot Deal

By Derek Venegas “Szechuan Hotpot & BBQ” is a clever fusion of Taiwanese style hotpot and Korean BBQ paired with the explosive and pungent properties of Chinese Szechuan style cuisine. Hotpot is a traditional Chinese way of cooking soup that promotes family style interaction. Usually a large portion of broth is cooked prior to a [...]

 

A Different Kind of Taco Spot.

By Janet Garcia Family owned “Tacos el Negro” is a popular taco spot among locals looking for something different. It is very well known for its appetizing their authentic Mexican flavor of “al vapor’’ or steamed tacos. This is the place to go to when you are craving tacos and are looking for friendly fast [...]

 

’88 Tea Bar’ Worth the Wait

By Jade Inglada Patience goes a long way for generous servings at a fair price over at the 88 Tea Bar. Conveniently located across the street from East Los Angeles College in a small shopping center, this Asian café offers a variety of delicious meal plate items, snacks, a wide selection of boba tea drinks [...]

 

Students should support fundraisers hosted by clubs

By Raymond Madrid Clubs at East Los Angeles College struggle to finance their events as well as bringing awareness of what they are about to students in campus. There are many ways to raise money.  One method is to ask the Associated Student Union (ASU) and hope they will help finance the club.  Another technique [...]

 
Narai Thai serves tasty food

Narai Thai serves tasty food

By Jesus Figueroa Narai Thai serves up visually stunning and delicious Thai style food at a costly price. Their prices are expensive but the portions could serve two people. The walls are well-decorated, with few distractions over the red paint. A bar, tables and booths are readily available for dining.  The location is perfect for [...]

 
Oasis’ pupusas satisfy taste buds

Oasis’ pupusas satisfy taste buds

By Danny Vasquez Despite the tasty pupusas, Oasis Pupuseria disappoints customers with greasy and scary food. The small, hole-in-the-wall restaurant, Oasis Pupuseria, serves interesting types of pupusas that are fresh and homemade. The pupusas are filled with cheese and an assortment of meats and vegetables, such as the mouth-watering, tender, pastrami and cheese pupusa. The [...]

 

Pho 87 serves Vietnamese dishes

  By Amanda Mayberry Teetering right on the edge of Chinatown and Lincoln Heights is Pho 87, a restaurant that serves amazing Vietnamese food at affordable prices. The restaurant serves 25 different flavors of pho with the choice of beef, pork, or chicken, as well as appetizers, rice, noodles and other soups. The entire menu [...]