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For all your hot pot desires, look no further than the Rolling Boil located in the historic Anaheim Packing District. First you start with the protein (chicken, steak, pork, salmon, etc.), then you add a broth and some sauces. You cook the meats or veggies yourself and mix different types as well. The broth selections include miso, sukiyaki, Thai coconut, spicy Szechuan, savory veggie or a 50/50 mix of two. Sides include dumplings, fried rice, chicken wings and fluffy onion pancakes while almost all of the wine, beer and liquor hails from Asia.
Orange Tei is located inside the popular Anaheim Packing District, where guests have their choice of food at an innumerable amount of restaurants. At Orange Tei, the menu is filled with ramen and sushi choices, from Udon and Soba noodles to Philly and soft-shell crab rolls. The ramen is excellent and the beers are always cold, of course most of them are from Japan.
Waffles are hardly ever served at breakfast with a pint of beer, however at this spot located in the Anaheim Packing District, they are downright essential. The waffle menu is called the 'Mad Batter' and it features several signature choices while the beers on tap present the best of O.C. breweries. From Noble Brewing and the Bruery to Bottle Logic and Phantom Ales, some of these beers arrive from just down the street. Another superb characteristic of the Iron Press is its location, because the Anaheim Packing District is one of the city's highlights.
Crepes are synonymous with the French and Belgian kitchens, but there are so many establishments across the country that prepare these delectable treats, you could easily assume the fluffy, little crepes are American. This creperie located in the Anaheim Packing District brings both savory and sweet ones to your table. The kitchen prepares and fills them with decadent ingredients like Nutella, Speculoos cookie butter, gelato and whipped cream as well as healthy ones that are packed with fresh fruit. Grab an equally delicious cup of coffee or tea, and breakfast is served.
Pour Vida is a play on words that roughly translates to 'forever' in Spanish and once you try some of the dishes here, you will probably remember why its named that way. Chef Jimmy fuses Puerto Rican and Mexican flavors, just as he learned throughout his heritage. The tacos like the Pineapple Skirt Steak or Mango Pork meld Caribbean freshness with the rustic flavors of inland Mexico, and both tacos just melt in your mouth. The seafood and veggie tacos are just as impressive; try the Tempura Oyster or Heirloom Tomato & Burrata, they are definitely something you don't see at your run-of-the-mill taqueria. Moreover, the drink menu features juices from their annex shop as well as local, craft beer.
Located in the historic heart of Anaheim, Healthy Junk is exactly what its name implies, a place to eat with well-being in mind, but gluttony in your heart. For example, the egg salad sandwich uses crumbled tofu to emulate the eggs, and the result is impressive. As with most vegetarian restaurants, faux meats like Tempeh, Saitan, Tofu et.al., replace the traditional ones, however the veggie burgers like the Anaheim Chili or Portabello are superb. Plus, not only do they taste good, they aren't packed with artery clogging cholesterol. Additionally, the kitchen has other options which include salads, snacks, sweets and a Tex-Mex menu.