I finished last month with $5 to spare!
This month, I’m off to slow start because I was eating the remaining food I had bought from January. Then, I caught a stomach bug so I’ve been reduced to eating bread, soup, and ginger ale.
I’ll be trying to maintain this challenge, but for now, I’m more determined to get healthy again.
Anyways, I’ll do my best to keep more regularly updates. But until next time, eat well and eat healthy!
Across the street from Cafe 50’s and California Roll Factory, in the plaza next to Benito’s Taco Shop, you’ll find Nook Bistro hidden in a corner. Perfectly matching it’s name, the restaurant provides a cozy, yet contemporary atmosphere.
I’ve been to this place twice for dinner and both times were amazing! The food, the service, the ambiance…it’s a rare find for a mid-priced restaurant. The highlights were the Bendaberg ginger beer, the pork belly appetizer, and the desserts. The menu features comfort foods with an Asian twist. I’d love to go back and taste the rest of the menu.
I heard about their homemade mac and cheese, and personally, I’m not a fan. It’s thick, creamy, but it lacks that cheddar-flavor that I love. Then again, I have yet to try the lunch version of the mac & cheese, which I believe to be the one people are taking about. Personally, if you love mac & cheese…try the version at Luna Park because it’s flavorful, hearty, and cheesy.
By the way, if you’re a ginger ale/ginger beer fan, get Bendaberg’s Ginger Beer. It’s refreshingly crisp with a nice ginger kick. I’ve been searching for great ginger beer and this brand is one of my top picks!
Anyways, here are some photos from Nook.
Bendaberg Ginger Beer
Mussel Pan Roast
Herb Roasted Pork Chop
11628 Santa Monica Blvd #9
Los Angeles, CA 90025
at Barry, between Barrington and Federal