Famous seafood restaurant! As everyone knows, Red lobster serves high quality seafood and fresh fish. This is one of my favorite restaurants for having seafood, especially lobster. Sometime it’s hard to fine real good seafood in Philly for me but Red Lobster never disappoints me.
I have tried almost every food on their menu. At that time, I had wood-grilled lobster and Crab Linguini Alfredo.
The lobster tail was served with a buttery garlic finish and it was very fresh and delicious.
The Crab Linguini Alfredo includes sweet crabmeat in a garlic parmesan cream sauce. I personally think that the garlic sauce and seafood is the best combination.
The foods came fast and were good as always. The price is reasonable also.
This is the best Mexican restaurant I have never had. The place is such a fun and food was so good. They always very busy and they have testing menu. You can try the testing menu before you order your own food and I think this is a good idea to satisfy customers.
I ordered so many foods that day I visited with my friends; unfortunately, I forgot name of the foods. However, the MAHI MAHI & CARNE KOBE tacos were my favorites.
I was very impressed with food and service! Excellent flavor and fresh ingredients. The prices were little bit high but it is worthy.
I can’t wait to come back to try all the other delicious food and drinks.
Address: 3945 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
This sushi place have almost 20 years of experience in sushi, Japanese and Korean cuisine. They have three chain restaurants at center city, northeast, and south Jersey and I went northeast one with my friends.
The inside the place is beautiful but outside of it looks like little old and dirty house. The sushi is fresh and delicious. We had a Sashimi Love Boat which was huge and includes variety of sushi and rolls.
Also, I had Udong which was great and full of flavor.
They also do deliverey! I had happy experience here and will most definitely be there back!
Address: 7324 Oxford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19111
I signed up with Klout and Peerindex last week and I think the Klout is most accurate. Because Klout use lots of networks tracked than other influence tracker. They use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, and Google+ and also, users and connect to YouTube and their personal blog as well. This diversity networks tracked system makes me to have more accurate feeling about my social media activity data.
Last week, one of my friends told me that he had a $50 gift card for Chili’s and wanted me to go there with him. I live only a few minutes away from this place but I never had any intention in going there. After visiting there, I decided to go there more often. The food was good and the price was reasonable as well.
For our meal, we ordered Triple dipper as appetizers and Fajita Trio for entrée.
The Triple Dipper allows us to make three select from different styles of appetizers they offer. We choose southwestern eggrolls, fried cheese, and boneless Buffalo wings. All three were delicious, but the eggrolls were the best for me. The eggrolls filled with smoked chicken, black beans, corn, jalapeno jack cheese, red peppers and spinach.
The Fajita Trio includes grilled steak, chicken and grilled shrimp. All of the meat was tender, and the cooked the shrimp right. Not the best fajitas I have had, but the dish was good.
We enjoyed everything that we ordered. Next time, I am going to get one of their Quesadillas. ( the people next to us get the quesadillas, and really looked nice)
Location: 817 Old York Rd, Jenkintown, PA 19046
Mastering Story, Community and Influence: How to Use Social Media to Become a Socialeader by Jay Oatway
Today’s world want to have a social leader and we must be aware of how to use the social media to become a social leader. This book explains us that what is happening in social media and how to use it to become a social leader. The author used three ways to describe how to use social media as a method for become a social leader; social currency, social capital, and social credit. The part one of this book is about “story”. The author said the story is the currency of the social media and the people need to have exchanging social currency to build relationship with others. The second part of the book is about community. The main point of this part is that the social media makes our relationship between our communities easier to identify opportunities to meet people. People use the concept “social capital” which indicated a personal measure of a relationship. Finally, part three is about influence. As we build social capital with using our social currency, our reputation will be increased and becomes a powerful social credit in the social media world.
The things that I like about this book:
- I like the creative expression like social currency, social capital and credit that the author used for explain his opinion. Because those make me easier to understand the fact that the author try to tell the readers.
- I like the fact that the book has well described example. The author used examples from his everyday life which are very easy to understand.
- This book was broken down into many sections under big three parts. This helped me to find major concept easier and remember the most importance thing of the book.
The things that I dislike about this book:
- This book did not use any visual method like picture, graph. This fact makes me get boring to read.
Based on my Google Analytics data for my site, the top 5 most popular posts this semester are below:
- Sang Kee Asian Bistro – Chinese Restaurant
- Fat Salmon
- SURAH – Korean and Japanese Restaurant
- Koba – Korean BBQ
If you did not check these out yet, the timing is now ! Check these out !
This is a Cuban-American cuisine restaurant located at downtown, Philadelphia. I went there once for dinner and I had a fantastic experience that I have not had before because that was the first time I had Cuban dishes in my life.
The food was delicious, and the restaurant seems like big enough to have a pretty large group come with, but price range was very expensive for me and my friend.
I had Royal Palm Salad and Vaca Frita. The salad includes hearts of palm, endive, bacon, dates and almonds with cabrales and jerez vinaigrette. It was pretty unique and delicious.
For the voca Frita, it was absolutely delicious. The dish contains twice cooked crispy skirt steak with onions and Cuban oregano with black beans, white rice and tomato escabeche.
They have Happy Hour until 6:30, and you can get half priced special drinks and appetizer. If you want to experience a romantic dinner with your lover or friends, this place is highly recommended. Definitely worth the money.
Location: 1623 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103