The Iron Chef’s first noodle shop opens on Friday.
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It's going out with a bang.
Uni carbonara, street art, and Japanese whisky.
Yes, there is a whisky cocktail called "Lost in Translation."
This is not the kind of restaurant we’re used to seeing from the glamorous Iron Chef and sushi master.
The so-called bistro is devoted to Morimoto’s globally accented riff on Western comfort food.
Frequent flyers sick of Cinnabon finally have the famous chef's yakitori concept to consider.
Of course, it's not that simple, but at least you won't be crossing the picket line.
The annual benefit for Alex's Lemonade Stand typically draws a who's who of celebrity chefs.
General manager Philip Dailey gives Local 11 the old "your actions are only hurting yourselves" speech.
Spurred by the hospitality workers union, the characters urge the chef not to work with Hyatt.
Morimoto is in town for a collaboration dinner with his iron-clad compadre Jose Garces.
Each chef waxes Thanksgiving, detailing what dishes are their favorites.
The Iron Chef was on the ground in Japan the day after the earthquake and tsunami struck.
The truck has been sidelined and a return to the streets could be a long way away.
The founders of Pebble Beach Food & Wine are bringing a similar set-up of chefs to L.A., leading some to wonder about Wolfgang Puck's involvement.
The show will drop in on Morimoto Wakiki, and the Iron Chef will sing.
Before he opens any of his projects here at home, Starr will open his second effort in Florida.
See some photos, via Facebook, of Morimoto's guest stint on Friday.