L.A.'s first Japanese curry truck is coming to town next week.
Midtown Lunch explores L.A.'s emerging dipping noodles ramen scene.
The all-you-can-eat seafood buffet is about to be revealed in a more central L.A. location.
The La Cienega location of this Japanese chain dresses up for Halloween.
An eight-day ramen test kitchen pops up in the Mitsuwa food court.
In the evening, this casual lunch places morphs into an izakaya.
A two-hour Q&A session will be buoyed by a dessert buffet.
Early praise comes in for the customizable menu, pig ears, and house-made noodles.
By the time the kitchen debuts its famous "artisan noodles," we worry Ramen Jinya will have the spotlight on Sawtelle.
The best thing to come out of Yamashiro's farmers market is coming to the streets of Hollywood.
The uninspired rice bowl restaurant occupied a space other Mitsuwa employees call "cursed."
Yoko Isaji toured a West L.A. audience through the evolution of sushi, from its origins in Southern China to its days as street food.
Conveyor belt sushi could replace a less-than-stellar competitor in Little Tokyo.
LaBrea's Ikemen counts ramen master Shigetoshi Nakamura as its executive chef.
Pressed stick sushi, leaf-wrapped sushi, and sushi in a box will be provided by an established Japanese restaurant during the event's two days.
The Yamashiro chef confirms he's taking over the H Wood space.
The critic takes us on a trip back to the eighties, where even then, you could tell John Sedlar was on the cusp of great things.
The food amps up the Asian flavor profile, while sticking to Peruvian staples.
The "I'm In" campaign seeks to promote new changes to school lunches.
Bishamon Group Restaurants gets busted for denying workers overtime.