Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
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Choi justifies his Food and Wine award by keeping his finger on the pulse of what the real L.A. likes to eat.
With Roy Cho's predilections for dark alleys, volatile reactions, "beat-downs," and ganja, it probably won't be Kogi.
Over 50 freewheelin' chefs are headed to Anaheim tomorrow, while Kogi will make its debut in Santa Barbara.
Roy Choi could be taking over Cora's with a new Korean concept.
Not so silver-tongued spokesperson Alice Shin won't "slap on a Nutritional Nazi straight jacket on our babies."
Roy Choi helped craft a menu of global street eats.
Kogi's chef claims he was never trying to make a statement.
Ludo Lefebvre gives a sneak peak into the next incarnation of his fried chicken empire.
Roy Choi's confident new dishes could only exist in L.A. and prove his recently awarded potential.
Tonight the chef celebrates a grand-opening and his Food and Wine Best Chef nod.
Roy Choi's first restaurant looks ready to start serving "One Chubby Pork Belly' and "Rock Your Road."
A real L.A. street food festival is planned with awards for vendors.
Roy Choi will open the new Kogi restaurant with a simple menu.
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.
Chocolate sauce finds its way into a famous rocker's bedroom and a maligned coffee is being considered more carefully.