Bibigo promises a Korean fast-food outlet in L.A. by the end of 2010.
Kogi won't be the only household name in Korean tacos for long.
Plus, should you have to hold a germ conduit before palming fried chicken?
Food trucks and now the food they bear continue to be co-opted by big business.
Fire Hook Truck promises something spicier than Kogi, but so far fails.
Roy Choi was a self-described "dead-beat" until he hit rock bottom with a T.V. chef.
A look inside the "KFC" juggernaut's futuristic Manhattan flagship.
Chocolate sauce finds its way into a famous rocker's bedroom and a maligned coffee is being considered more carefully.
The New York Times' restaurant critic challenges his peers' take on Los Angeles eating.
A Next Food Network Star brings her food and puns to Hollywood.
Healthy Mexican food come could to the airport, while Korean BBQ will have a new home Downtown.
BBQ Chicken is gone, but Kyedong is coming.
A menu of Korean bar food is as artful as the architecture.
Plus, Korean tacos!
One of Korea and L.A.'s favorite foods becomes a film star.
Alice Shin spills a few beans on her new concept.
Kogi will start a brick and mortar restaurant in West L.A.
Gama has closed after three years, but welcome U2 Karaoke to the neighborhood.
Korea's most ubiquitous fried-chicken chain calls it a day.