Looking for amazing food in Baltimore? We asked 5 of our favorite Charm City bloggers to discuss must try eats in Maryland. They’ve covering everything from Korean fried chicken to sweet potato beignets so make sure you bookmark this post – we guarantee their recommendations will have you droolin’! So without further ado, let’s kick things off with Linda from @onthemoveforfood.
Jazz & Soju snuck into town not too long after I moved to Baltimore in 2018. Since then they have been a powerhouse of amazingly crispy, flavorful, and huge #KFC (Korean fried chicken for those in the know!).
But their deliciousness doesn’t just stop at wings! Their mandu (dumplings) are fantastic and they’ve recently added some fire jigae (stew) and amazing looking sushi to the menu!! I can’t wait to dig into their sushi offerings once I give birth.
Blacksauce Kitchen is a must try if you’re in the Baltimore area. The mobile food business is well-known for their handmade biscuits at farmer’s markets around the city but I highly recommend trying EVERYTHING they have to offer.
I recently had their Sweet Potato Beignets which were mind-blowing; truly one of the best bites I’ve had in a while. Right now, you can preorder Blacksauce Kitchen for weekend pickups at the 32nd Street Farmer’s Market (also known as the Waverly Farmer’s Market) or at 2600 Howard St in the Remington neighborhood.
3. @bmorefood: Waffie
When you’re named Top 100 Places to eat in the USA in 2019, it’s hard to live up to the hype but Waffie does just that! I may be biased because I love the owners Minje and Tommy, but it’s their epic waffles that keep me coming back for more.
Naturally, the “Bmore Foodie” waffle is my favorite. Not only because it was named after me, but for its epic ingredient that includes Taharka Bros. “Get Woke” Ice Cream and Nutella! They have definitely grown this year by showing they are not just a sweet shop by adding savory favorites including their epic “Chicken Sliders By The Bay” which are a Visit Baltimore must try for only $7.45.
I’d like to show some love to The Heritage Kitchen because Chef Rey Eugenio and Julie Eugenio are some of the most hardworking, beautiful humans I know. And chef’s Filipino food is EXCEPTIONAL.
This is the arroz caldo which was recently named one of the top ten dishes of the year by the Baltimore Sun. It’s a warm and cozy rice and chicken dish infused with ginger and garlic but, truth be told, anything and everything The Heritage Kitchen is!
Crust by Mack in Whitehall Mill is an absolute must try! We picked it because not only is Amanda an amazing person, but it’s our go to for weekend morning treats. There hasn’t been an item we’ve had that we don’t love! Pictured, her strawberry tart.
Alright Nomsters, we hope you enjoyed reading about these must try Baltimorean eats. A huge thanks to everyone for contributing to today’s post – definitely make sure to give them all a follow to stay in the know about everything delicious in Charm City. For more on MD grub, click here and stay tuned for fresh new content coming your way!