I wrote about Blind Pig Bistro a couple years ago (look at how far husband’s photography skills have come!), and co-owner, Rene Gutierrez, recently opened an experimental sandwich shop next door in the old Eastlake Teriyaki building called Blind Pig Bistro at Eastlake Teriyaki. Paying homage to the 25-year-old structure, Rene kept the name and vibe of the vintage teriyaki joint. However, he did vamp it up by making incredibly flavorful food with fresh and local ingredients.
Enjoying a tall glass of horchata in an old-school Coca-Cola red plastic cup.
Grilled corn with cotija cheese and cayenne. I’m obsessed.
Curried beets with toasted walnuts.
Falafel sandwich and pork belly cemita (similar to a torta but with the distinct sesame seed bread).
The menu changes frequently, so we plan to go often! Next time, we want to try the fried fish and pulled pork sandwiches. Rene also mentioned he’ll tweet about the *secret* pork belly banh mi sandwich pop-up, so subscribe to their Twitter. (Oops not so secret anymore!)
the corn with cheese looked so-oh-yummy!! i'm drooling now eventhough i just finished my breakfast.
Everything looks delicious!!!
Omg looks really yummy. xx
Isn't it amazing to reflect on our partners' photography progress as fashion bloggers? The food looks so good btw, especially the beets & corn!
The Fashann Monster
Looks so yummy! Love to try the beets dish. All the photos are so gorgeous too! xo akiko
How fun is this! Looks delicious! I just discovered your blog and will stay tuned. Check out some of my personal style at:
The food looks soooo tasty! Btw, I've been reading your blog for a while and almost all the old post. Have to say that you look always so pretty and with your husband such a happy couple! 🙂
mmm looks good, I want to eat all of them 😀
It looks so delicious! Especially the corns with cheese.. I have to cook something RIGHT now 😉
OMIGOD – I am super hungry now… Curried beets!!? YUMMO
♥ Paula Shoe Fiend.
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Ohh my goodness, all that food looks amazing! I've never seen anything like that in Australia.
Amazing trip with delicious food and drink