Posts tagged Asian Kitchen
RED Quick Bite #70: A Poke Bowl at Asian Kitchen

In this Quick Bite, Aimee is back to try a Poke Bowl at Asian Kitchen! This is a continuation of our series recapping our visit to Tampa, Florida for our half marathon at the Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic Weekend!

This restaurant takes a variety of Asian influences and puts a unique, fast, and fresh take on them.  The poke bowl is a refreshing and healthy option with your choice of tuna, salmon, krab salad, or a combination.  We got it with tuna and salmon.  First of all, it looks beautiful.  They say you eat with your eyes first, and with this one, I took one look and I was ready to dive in and taste those flavors! Avocado, tuna, salmon, seaweed salad, pickled veggies,edamame, and rice.  The fish tasted so fresh and light with the creamy texture of the avocado and the salty kick from the seaweed, this was a dish that had so many levels of flavor, more than I even mention here.  I just kept going back for more. (And yes, I did share with the cameraman!)

Be sure to drop by Asian Kitchen if you are in the area.  The food is amazing. (Did we mention they do their own smoked meats, original sauces, and dry rubs for their dishes?)

Be sure to visit Asian Kitchen’s website or their Instagram (which had our mouths watering before we even arrived in the Tampa Bay area!)

Thank you, Lisa, for the outstanding dishes and for welcoming us in like family!

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RED Quick Bite #69: The Bahn Mi Sandwich at Asian Kitchen with Cameraman Dana

In this Quick Bite, our cameraman, Dana, tries a Bahn Mi sandwich at Asian Kitchen! This is a continuation of our series recapping our visit to Tampa, Florida for our half marathon at the Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic Weekend!

This restaurant takes a variety of Asian influences and puts a unique, fast, and fresh take on them. They cleverly titled this sandwich the “Stand Bahn Mi” on their menu. As a child of the 80’s, this made me smile and think of the movie of the same name from that decade.  You can choose your protein, and my cameraman decided on chicken.  Then Lisa Larkin, owner of Asian Kitchen, told us that they would use chicken thighs to make the sandwich!  That was so smart because the meat was tender and juicy. (Can you tell that the cameraman let me have a bite or two?)

Be sure to drop by Asian Kitchen if you are in the area.  The food is amazing. (Did we mention they do their own smoked meats, original sauces, and dry rubs for their dishes?)

Be sure to visit Asian Kitchen’s website or their Instagram (which had our mouths watering before we even arrived in the Tampa Bay area!)

Thank you, Lisa, for the outstanding dishes and for welcoming us in like family!

Like what you see?  Tune in to the podcast all this week or subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss a minute.  Come accomplish, explore, and indulge with us!

THAT’S A WRAP

Thank you for watching! Here’s hoping for a great second year of the podcast because of all your support! Don’t forget to follow us and let us know where to go next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

RED Quick Bite #68: Ramen Noodles at Asian Kitchen with Cameraman Dana

In this Quick Bite, our cameraman, Dana, tries one of his favorite dishes, Ramen Noodles, at Asian Kitchen! This is a continuation of our series recapping our visit to Tampa, Florida for our half marathon at the Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic Weekend!

This restaurant takes a variety of Asian influences and puts a unique, fast, and fresh take on them. The Ramen Noodles that Dana tried at Asian Kitchen were topped with pork belly, although you can have any protein you want - chicken, pork belly, shrimp, or brisket just to name a few!  Dana said that it felt very much like coming home because he grew up on authentic Asian cuisine from his next door neighbor, who was originally from Thailand. 

Be sure to drop by Asian Kitchen if you are in the area.  The food is amazing. (Did we mention they do their own smoked meats, original sauces, and dry rubs for their dishes?)

Be sure to visit Asian Kitchen’s website or their Instagram (which had our mouths watering before we even arrived in the Tampa Bay area!)

Thank you, Lisa, for the outstanding dishes and for welcoming us in like family!

Like what you see?  Tune in to the podcast all this week or subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss a minute.  Come accomplish, explore, and indulge with us!=

THAT’S A WRAP

Thank you for watching! Here’s hoping for a great second year of the podcast because of all your support! Don’t forget to follow us and let us know where to go next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.