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The chef confirms he would like to focus on "very simple" seafood.
Also, there's a Chinese restaurant called "Face" coming to Santa Monica.
The singer goes to the Italian restaurant three times a week and even moved to the Palisades so she could get take-out.
The Time Out critic calls the West Hollywood hottie "lazy" and the pizza "gummy."
Samuel L. Jackson Discusses George Lucas Deal at Bristol Farms; Comedian Craig Robinson Hits Eveleigh
The actor offers his opinions on George Lucas's $4 billion deal.
The 327-seat restaurant is coming to the chef's Las Vegas hotel project, with Nobu breakfast menus for room service.
Just when we were starting to worry the chef only ate at his own places!
From Oo-Kook to Genwa, Susan Park lists ten of KTown's best.
"I try to eat somewhat healthy during the week, but on the weekends I just eat what I want to eat, all day long."
The next controversial food making news in the Chinese-American diet could be these disease-spreading amphibians.
The Dark Angel actress brings her daughter along for lunch.
Now that Wolfgang Puck has abandoned the idea, incredible rumors fly.
The renowned New York mixologist is putting together a "mood menu" of cocktails. Ha!
A week of solid star sightings still gets dominated by the antics of the Kardashian clan.
Apparently, Vinnie Barbarino got the blessing to play The Teflon Don while dining in Santa Monica with his son.
The restaurant had a better supply of Hills fan than intriguing sushi, no matter how many times they used Nobu's name.
Pork Belly Loco Moco, Changing Menus, and A Nod to Bayless Coming to Redondo Beach's The Standing Room
Having worked with Roy Yamaguchi and Akira Hirose, the chef plans to turn the food stand "upscale" while providing South Bay with the kinds of places taken for granted in Hollywood.
The chef super group is raising funds for St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels by each contributing one dish.
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.