Andrew visits the San Francisco Bay Area, home to cutting-edge food ideas. From cookies made with crickets to lamb's head soup, Andrew discovers foods of the future, mixed with an interesting take on the past!Go to Episode
Bun Bo Hue An Nam
Stop by Bun Bo Hue An Nam, known as one of the country’s best Vietnamese soup restaurants. Their bun bo hue (ox penis soup) is pretty tasty.
740 Story Rd, San Jose, CA 95122
Visit Little Kabul’s De Afghanan for bolani, unleavened bread stuffed with leeks, potatoes and chickpeas, then fried on a griddle, and served with yogurt and cilantro chutney.
37395 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536
Don Bugito is a street cart run by Monica Martinez, a visionary who started out ranching bugs in her kitchen and now runs her own business selling insects as food. A must-try: toffee-flavored meal worms.
Street cart that varies its location throughout San Francisco
Come to a traditional Japanese izakaya. The specialty at this charcoal grill is the skewered meat.
5152 Moorpark Ave, Suite 40, San Jose, CA 95129
Dine at Mezcal, a restaurant that specializes in Oaxacan regional cuisine, with family recipes that are not usually found on menus in the US. Try the chapulines, fried grasshoppers seasoned with lime and salt.
25 W San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95113
Enjoy some traditional fermented foods at To Hyang, a Korean-American restaurant. Sample items such as fermented bean paste soup, fermented sea urchin, and soy sauce that’s been fermented for 5 years.
3815 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94118
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