The restaurant's prized tonkotsu ramen was previously only available in Torrance.
The chef will feature new dishes like the soup and pork belly lettuce cups with crispy pig ear.
The good news is you get fed a lot for five dollars, even if the food could be greatly improved upon.
The restaurant wraps ssam in bao for a creative take on lunch.
Ice queens Natasha Case and Freya Estreller have helped to create an environmentally-friendly and interactive brick-and-mortar in Culver City.
A new Culver City spot for classics like linguini and clams, NY-style thin-crust pizza and more.
The chef takes his sugar seriously. But fortunately, he hasn't left his old friend beer out of the picture.
David Rozansky plays restaurant critic in KCET's new guest reviewer series.
Incredible things are happening here, while the restaurant does its best to shake off the ghosts of Gyenari.
Unfortunately, it's sort of close to what Sazon Latin Fusion's logo looks like.
Mario Ernst opens his two-headed barbecue and Mexican food monster on Sepulveda.
The design of the store finds a city scene on the wall and ice cream served from the shell of a truck.
The Puerto Rican empanadas here are made with green plantains and go great with the new booze selection.
Did anyone around here read that damned L.A. Times article last week?
The kim chi uses Napa cabbage, the fried chicken is Jidori, and the prices don't get near to what WP24 charges for luxury Chinese.
The ice cream sandwiches truck is going brick and mortar with some cool interior design tricks, naturally, to be revealed.
Where to find gringo tacos, tongue tortas, and a different kind of vintage French dip in Culver City.
The chain could expand to 20 L.A. stores in the near future, timely considering Fatburger is declaring bankruptcy.
Maybe we haven't earned the right to cheaper Mark Peel cuisine just yet.
Former Russian Tea Room chef Gary Robins, hot off a fall pop-up, will do the Korean-inspired cooking here.