The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
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Eat Drink Be Merry shares his favorite noodle soups in greater LA.
Michael Cimarusti's contemporary clam shack will have 140 seats in West Hollywood.
Even the hosts' unsavory comparisons couldn't dull our enthusiasm for the hand-made mandu here.
The owner of Scoops says he's "pretty disappointed that Chego is closing," but still sees many strengths in the neighborhood.
The move could offer the neighborhood's comatose nights a much needed shot in the arm.
Chego Temporarily Offers Parking Lot Al Fresco Dining.
Aztec hot chocolate, Korean sausages, Japanese burgers, and the revival of a few familiar fine diners will see us through the season.
Roy Choi now has a noodle dish for vegetarians and shaved ice.
The Kogi chef details the difficulties of telling his parents he was quitting law school.
The chef plays five old school hip-hop classics for the station.
The chefs claim they couldn't even figure out who came up with each idea by prep time.
The two will risk jail by committing an "uni abalone felony".
Christina Tosi will sign books at Chego and probably sling something sweet this way, too.
Bryant Ng is also making his wood-grilled short rib and sambal burger available.
"Every kitchen that I'm at, any kitchen, if there's something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon's coming out of that."
The chef does want to expand his other concepts eastward, though.
Ice queens Natasha Case and Freya Estreller have helped to create an environmentally-friendly and interactive brick-and-mortar in Culver City.
Chego pastry chef Beth Kellerhals will help the chef explore frozen bananas, Ding Dongs, and other boardwalk fare.
The restaurant promises this to be Choi's "most American menu to date."