Rosemead's new Sichuan earns mighty accolades for its hand-cut noodles and six-spice broth.
Anyone bringing a busted old machine to the West Hollywood location gets a gratis one valued at $179.99. eBay here we come!
Owner Andrew Chiu says it may even be "better" than L.A.'s Chinese capital, and SinoSoul chimes in.
Puck's place looks rather austere in comparison to its old Mediterranean digs.
Peking Tavern strives to bring a bar scene together with authentic Beijing street cooking.
Company co-founder Lee Maen claims it is "with someone really special," but he's not saying who just yet.
The seafood mini-chain settles with the U.S. department of labor.
Lunasia offers the Chinese breakfast marvels until 8:30 P.M.
Well, Dr. Dre won't be there, but you can catch oyster and intestine mien xian.
While The Fung Brothers can't find a drink, our unofficial guide to the region argues differently.
The burger chain known for its ginger mascot is now the number-two fast food chain.
Turns out the Indian mainstays are pros when it come to lowering blood triglyceride levels.
No bite goes above four bucks for two hours each weekday.
Sample lyric: "Tell the health department to stop hatin'/Cuz a B Rating just stands for better tastin'."
Chefs are falling hard for the international staple.
The L.A. Weekly critic calls it, "the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever..."
The second location of the Hollywood restaurant is twice as big, with new dishes and a patio.
The French chef thinks his East Coast counterparts are "too stuffy."
The San Francisco chef helps you host eighteen of your closest friends at dinner.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.