Kofi Ansong
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Bulldog Bites: Review of Otaru Sushi Bar

Does a good restaurant need a modern design? I do not often ask myself this question when I finish dining out. Throughout the past nine […]

Fifth annual Yale Student Film Festival to take place at WHC

From April 18 to April 20, the Yale Film Society will host the fifth annual Yale Student Film Festival in the Whitney Humanities Center. Josh […]

YSFP hosts documentary on Filipino food

On Tuesday, the Yale Sustainable Food Program hosted a screening of “ULAM: Main Dish,” a documentary directed by Alexandra Cuerdo, in the Whitney Humanities Center. […]

Bulldog Bites: Olmo, Boys in the Kitchen

Meticulous is the adjective that comes to mind every time I eat at Olmo. I imagine it’s like a time when mass-produced breakfast sandwiches didn’t […]

The New York Times’ Restaurant Critic Takes on New Haven

In a special edition of Bulldog Bites, the Yale Daily News’ restaurant review column, Brandon Liu ’22 and Kofi Ansong ’21 sit down for a […]

Indian restaurant to open outside Stiles

Yalies who are on the quest for some Indian food are about to have another option close to home. Sherkaan, an Indian street food restaurant, […]

Bulldog Bites: Critic’s Notebook: Our Time with NYT Restaurant Critic Pete Wells

On Jan. 18, 2019, Yale Daily News restaurant reviewers Kofi Ansong ’21 and Brandon Liu ’22 ate lunch with the New York Times restaurant critic […]

Bulldog Bites: La Cosinita

On a cold day, sun glaring over New Haven, cars and bundled-up people on Park Street rushed about. Inside La Cosinita Mexican Cafe, it was […]

Bulldog Bites: BB.Q Chicken

If Bulldog Bites has revealed anything so far, it is that Brandon and I enjoy Asian food. Savory pork dumplings and pho ga have and […]

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Bulldog Bites: Steamed

You may have heard about Steamed, a new Chinese restaurant on Whitney Avenue, across the street from the Berzelius tomb. Brandon, my co-columnist, described Steamed […]

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