The perpetually-in-motion chef shows a "scary focus" when it comes to plating baby vegetables.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
Jonathan Gold might have just made a star out of Salt's Cure's BLT.
Elsewhere, S. Irene Virbila and L.A. mag both lose it over Waterloo & City's shepard's pie.
Zocalo Public Square hosts star-chefs and a critic to discuss the impact of celebrity on cooking.
The Houstons chain scores three stars, while L.A. Weekly navigates an untranslated menu.
Bayless, even when AWOL, keeps packing them in, but when will the restaurant learn to stow the clipboard away?
Chruch & State's new chef is worth visiting, and Mr. Gold shows his true feelings for chain restaurants.
A new chef refreshes a hippie classic and Studio City might have the town's best Japanese noodle spot.
Shelly Cooper keeps The L.A. Times entertained while Vietnamese-Mexican fusion fails to impress L.A. Weekly.
Meanwhile, S. Irene Virbila lets WP24's awesome views and menu distract her from the contemporary pop music.
The Pulitzer prize winner claims to have done a "f--k of a lot" of reading on the creatures.
Chef Yuichi Natori steps up the seafood at a popular beachside sushi spot, while a K-Town Mexican legend now has a huge screen to go with its famous moles.
The singer packs them in Tupperware for Lillith Fair rehearsals while Geoffrey McDonald loses $376,000 to violent thieves.
The L.A. Times warms to pig's heart confit while Roy Choi's second coming is as successful as his first, according to Los Angeles.
Will a B make Gothamites flee?
He doesn't seem too familiar with our scene, but believes the hype nonetheless.
Even when denied his rights to substitutions, Mr. Gold likes Terroni, while Merrill Shindler boosts a South Bay Cuban restaurant.
Where else would you find the straight dope on a Taiwanese teen's favorite restaurant?
Never a raw salmon fan, Angeleno's critic shifts direction at Four Seasons, while Pasadena offers a hit-or-miss creative hot dog to L.A. Weekly