From Korea to New York, bonding over food has been a big part of my life. Those moments with family & friends were savored and well documented, whether it was cooking up a recipe at home or dining out at up and coming restaurants. Then to share my love for food along with some traveling adventures, #WhatKellyEats became to be!

Smorgasburg Brooklyn.

Yes, finally THE Ramen Burger. It is definitely a one of a kind, and something to definitely try at Smorgasburg, but won't be something I'd crave all the time (or get every time I go to Smorgasburg). I recommend, just to taste and try it. It's pretty good with the meat and the sauce, but I'd take up a regular burger any day.

Photo of Ramen Burger


Little snackable spring rolls called "Lumpia", filled with yummy meat or veggie options! It's definitely a step up than your ordinary spring rolls. Reeeeeeally enoyed these, and hoping to try some other dishes that they offer like the Lechon Kawalli Fries and build-your-own Rice Bowls.

Photo of Original Pork, Truffle Mushroom, Garlic Rice Lumpia


I'd have to admit, one of the reasons why I had wanted to try this was because of its popularity. Unfortunately, besides the pretty-round-gelatinous(jello-like and super wobbly)-shaped-vegan-cake, I didn't really understand the hype for this. The only thing I enjoyed from this was probably the Matcha Green-tea syrup.

Photo of Matcha Green-tea Raindrop Cake

Red Hook Lobster Pound does not disappoint with their classic Main Lobster Roll, mixed with some homemade mayo, all on top of a buttery bun and sprinkled with paprika and scallions.

Photo of Maine Lobster Roll


This was my favorite part of the day. Ending the Smorgasburg marathon (or just a good meal in general) with a good ice cream sandwich makes my day (any day) I got the goodwich which was packed with Blue Marble vanilla ice cream, sandwiched with sea salt-sprinkled oat chocolate chunk cookies and a bit of drizzle of dark chocolate fudge! #YUM.

Photo of goodwich