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Bone Kettle serves fresh, bold Southeast Asian flavors

Bone Kettle serves fresh, bold Southeast Asian flavors

by Sara Yen, Assistant Features Editor

March 9, 2019


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

As soon as you walk into Bone Kettle, the first thing that most likely catches your attention is the modern design of the restaurant. Thin wooden panels and bold artwork pad the walls of the eatery, which is lit up by lightbulbs encased in upside down glass jars. Creating an almost tropical feel, large...

Embracing our mother culture

Embracing our mother culture

by Lucy Ge, Sriya Batchu, and Esha Gohil

February 22, 2019


Filed under Global, News, Winged Post

Peking duck wrapped in pancake. Shirin polo. Gulab jamun. Whether it’s crispy, sweet, fried, or cheesy, food can be found in family traditions and history of cultures all around the world. For April Sun (9), Peking duck covered in hoisin sauce and green onion and wrapped in pancake is a tasty trea...

Tomatina brings modern twist on traditional Italian Cuisine

Tomatina brings modern twist on traditional Italian Cuisine

by Heidi Zhang, TALON Editor-in-Chief

January 26, 2019


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

Located at 5245 Prospect Road in the Westgate West Plaza, Tomatina provides a modern and innovative take on classic Italian dishes. Customers eating at Tomatina have the convenience of stopping by at many other businesses, including cafes, grocery stores, department stores and home decor shops. The restaurant,...

Onigilly brings modern fast food and Japanese tradition together in Palo Alto

Onigilly brings modern fast food and Japanese tradition together in Palo Alto

by Arya Maheshwari, STEM Editor

October 25, 2018


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

When it comes to the most popular bustling streets infused with eateries and stores in the Bay Area, Palo Alto downtown’s University Ave is undoubtedly perched at the top of the list. There’s always a uniquely continuous flow of people in University Ave, from the morning shuffle of office goers to...

Vegetarianism: My 15 year journey

Vegetarianism: My 15 year journey

by Saloni Shah, Asst. Humans of Harker and Columnist

August 27, 2018


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

My eyes filled with shock as I stared wide-eyed at the seemingly endless line stretching from the door of Veggie Grill. The dim lighting inside the restaurant added to the ambiance, and the place looked similar to many other restaurants, with one exception: in the menu, vegetables are the rockstars. Since...

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