Robert Sietsema files another Chinese-centric top ten list.
Ex-employees are planning a protest tomorrow.
"A smaller version of a Dean & Deluca or Whole Foods."
Plus scammers impersonate government health inspectors to try to steal sensitive information, and "Sad Gordo" leaves England, all in our morning news roundup.
Some made just $3 an hour.
Dumpling spot closed for revamp, but a new shop opens its doors in Chinatown.
As if this latest Restaurant Week hasn't provided enough to chew on.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
There's a big list of dishes under ten bucks, and a lunch menu that includes three courses for $6.
Trans-Atlantic African cuisine is delivered from a former nightlife promoter and L.A. loses a Japanese stalwart and one link in a Brazilian chain.
The shabu shabu spot will open in Chinatown next month.
Food trucks, restaurants, Chinese beer, and cooking demos will come together to highlight the Downtown neighborhood.chin
A bizarre ice-cream-shop-cum-clothing-store in Chinatown.
Longtime Little Chitaly residents open a place in the neighborhood, for the neighborhood.
Atlanta and Indianapolis can put kim chi in Mexican food too, but a popular food show might have to rethink its originality.
The chef's picks for fresh tofu, beef jerky, birds' nests, and late-night noodles.
Scrapple, tripe sandwiches and eye-ball tacos are a few of the local delicacies the show shot.
But where did its giant illuminated lobster go?
A Chinatown newsstand is inexplicably selling Spanish lollipops.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews