Owner George Abou-Daoud doesn't want the hearts of critics, just the hearts of men.
The chef sounds off on the negative aspect of conquering the show.
The chef does want to expand his other concepts eastward, though.
The chef won't admit his own income, but the company's doing just fine.
L.A.'s respected Mexican food expert skewers the hair gel out of the Top Chef villain.
Back in the chef's early days, Julia Child was the only food world celebrity.
"I figured I learned everything I knew about restaurants at Hooters..."
The chef simply had his feelings hurt by a bad review of XIV, as was long suspected.
The critic picks the ten best restaurants currently serving Armenian kabob and falafel to L.A.
A fractious government is nothing a few tortillas can't solve.
He's not a Lakers fan, but he loves fights.
The chef, who used to work at Puck's "avant-garde" Chinese-European hybrid, thinks it set the stage for today's Asian palate in The U.S.
Surprise, it has nothing to do with Marilyn Monroe or Glenn Danzig.
Isn't this town big enough for two versions of Kaya toast?
It all started with Robert Luna's mother and some missing burger buns.
The chef says his marketing for Playa suffered from the program's shooting as well.
Adam Fleischman speaks about the burger that inspired his empire.
The owner of Ricky's Fish tacos shares his biggest pet peeve.