Sure they’re known for their cult-favorite shaved ice ($6.50)—a block of snow shaved into fine crystals and drenched with sweet toppings such as red bean or condensed milk—but the savory selections, of Taiwanese influence, are fantastic as well. We’re huge fans the bento boxes: Tucked inside metal tins are meals that pay homage to the railroad lunch boxes passed out in Taiwan. Try the fatty braised pork over rice, served with a dollop of preserved tangy mustard greens.
Photograph: Christine Ver Shaved ice at Class 302
Photograph: Christine Ver Lunch bento with braised pork and mustard greens at Class 302
|Venue name:||Class 302||Contact:|
1015 Nogales St
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-11:30pm|