On Los Angeles Magazine, I wrote about a new vegan burger joint with In-N-Out vibes that just opened in Koreatown. It’s helmed by folks who work on music festivals like Coachella. Read the full article on Los Angeles Magazine.
On Los Angeles Magazine’s Digest, I interview Umami Burger found Adam Fleischman about his latest venture, Cold Cocked Coffee, where he makes cocktails-inspired coffee and tea drinks. Read the full article on Los Angeles Magazine.
On LA Weekly, I write about new Koreatown food court, Square Mixx, and how it’s filled with South Korea’s most popular and trendiest restaurant chains. Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On LA Weekly, I write about Sumo Dog’s genius creation: sushi rice tots. Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On KCET, I interview Bricia Lopez about her family’s longstanding Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza, and how mole has played a major role in her family’s history. Read the full article on KCET.
A video posted by Jean Trinh (@jeanstrinh) on Jun 23, 2016 at 1:42pm PDT On LA Magazine, I write about the Dragon’s Breath dessert at Chocolate Chair. When you pop one of these liquid nitrogen-covered cereal puffs into your mouth, you’ll breath out smoke from your mouth and nostrils. Read the full article on LA…
On LA Magazine, I write about Plato, a new Koreatown pub serving up new takes on the Korean fried chicken wings, including a unique coconut butter flavor. Read the full article on LA Magazine.
On LAist, I write about the most delicious and decadent, deep-fried PB&J from one of my favorite bars in the city: Lock & Key in Koreatown. Read the full article on LAist.
On VICE’s MUNCHIES, I write about Korean waffle pizzas, the best thing to happen to waffles since fried chicken. I also talk to the owner, who just so happens to be a championship-winning beatboxer. Read the full article on MUNCHIES.