So there has been much hype circulating this little milkshake shop in West Hollywood called Millions of Milkshakes. The concept of the shop is very simple and clever and really showcases the power of Hollywood. It has been a hip spot to stop by due to the ideal location. Since teenagers and young adults everywhere have always been fascinated with the idea of celebrities and their fame and fortune, it’s no wonder this place is so popular. While a milkshake shop in itself is hard to resist, it definitely helps when you have celebrities promoting your shop. They may not be the highest class of A-list celebs, but its pretty cool to know your drinking the same unique beverage that Lindsay Lohan or Kim Kardashian or even JBiebz created. 

Millions of Milkshakes located in West Hollywood, Culver City, and (coming soon!) Dubai.

So I decided to order the Lil’ Kim. I found it really hard to choose a flavor based on the celebrity rather than the actual ingredients, ‘cus I mean to be honest the “Justin Timberlake” milkshake could have dirt and toilet water in it and I would have still ordered it. But sadly there was no Justin Timberlake milkshake (sigh). Anyhow, I thought this was a good selection, notably, I really enjoy Lil’ Kim’s fashion selections and she has a great choice in milkshake ingredients. (bananas, raspberry & nutella) YUMMY! && gladly this wasn’t just an “all hype, no substance” food joint. The milkshake was actually quite delightful!

Thanks Lil’ Kim. 

The best races are the ones with a $5 all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast! I sure took advantage of that…
On October 13, 2010 at 1:53pm

The best races are the ones with a $5 all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast! I sure took advantage of that…

Last Sunday was my Dad’s birthday and to celebrate we took a trip to Beverly Hills to eat at Crustacean’s. Crustaean’s is a Vietnamese restaurant, famous for their crab and garlic noodles. Eating at Crustacean’s was a true experience. First created by Helene An in San Francisco, Crustacean’s had humble beginnings. But through Helene’s special dishes and family-style hospitality, it soon grew into a culinary empire. From all the great reviews and the hype from my parents, I was without a doubt excited to experience the serene ambience and great food from Crustacean’s. 

Apparently, Crustacean’s has a secret kitchen within the main kitchen, where only family members are allowed! 

A water pathway, crossing the restaurant into the dining room…oooh fancy!

I felt like I was in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Our waiter Nelson recommended these special appetizers that weren’t on the menu. It consisted of short ribs that were so tender and flavorful. Then there were the lobster “pops” on a sugar cane. The sauce was very sweet and tangy. Then, there were the ahi tuna tacos and egg rolls that’s served with a strawberry-kiwi sauce. This was an AWESOME appetizer plate, I just couldn’t choose which one was my favorite, they were all so DELICIOUS!!!

The STAR of the meal…crab! This dish made me feel like royalty, with all that garlic and butter.

This is the An family’s famous garlic noodles. Yay! I just get excited looking at this picture! YUM!!!!!

&&& for dessert…pineapple upside down cake

Banana fritters with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream! Happy 51st Birthday Papa!

&&& you can’t go to Beverly Hills without seeing a celebrity. Guess who was sitting near us at the restaurant??? Cesar Milan!!! The Dog Whisperer.