Elsewhere, the L.A. Weekly critic looks in on the re-imagined Mariscos Chente and complains again about the casual madness among us.
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"Every kitchen that I'm at, any kitchen, if there's something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon's coming out of that."
While tacos were in abundance, the tequila ran dry.
The rumored change might be intended to highlight the presence of Sergio Penuelas in the kitchen.
The critic finally responds to the whole "timid" thing, and declares L.A. "a center of regional Mexican cooking."
The Chicago chef bungles an assessment of the Angeleno appetite... AGAIN!
Where to get authentic Mexican seafood, inexpensive goat tacos, and sushi specials on the southern end of this Westside street.
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
Daniel Mattern is keeping Ammo on target and Mariscos Chente has the best Mex in Lennox, and beer too.
Five years at UCLA showed Dos Caminos' chef the limits of L.A.'s Mexican cuisine.
L.A. Times names it picks at City Center and The Weekly looks at Papa Rich.