Monthly Archives: January 2012

Mala Tang’s hot-pot love

January 30, 2012

Interactive, fun, and tasty describe my recent trip to Mala Tang for some hot-pot love.  If you don’t like the idea of cooking your own food or taking your time eating it, Mala Tang is not the place for you.  The restaurant’s real charm is in allowing its diners to catch up with their...
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Toki Underground’s ramen may just be worth the wait

January 18, 2012

It’s Taiwanese, not Japanese.  It’s Hakata-style, not Hakata.  I just call it — damn good.  However you describe it, the fact is that Toki Underground’s ramen hits the spot especially on those cold, winter nights.  And at $10 a bowl, it’s a deal.  The extra money in my pocket can now go to staples like wine,...
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Special Edition: Forking Cancún

January 7, 2012
Special Edition: Forking Cancún

Hello readers.  It’s good to be back in DC after a two-and-a-half week vacation, half of which I spent in Cancún, Mexico with friends.  I still prefer Cabo (San Lucas) overall, but the ocean and beaches in Cancún do just fine. (By the way, stay tuned for another Special Edition of Forking DC spotlighting Houston...
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