Roy Choi and one of the partners in RoadStoves are very unhappy that you don't understand the food truck movement they sold you.
The city has over sixteen restaurants run by past winners of Food & Wine's "Best new Chef" award.
Hallelujah, Let's Eat strives to show the diversity of its Torrance flock with over 400 international recipes.
Gustavo Dudamel, Joel Stein, and Bricia Lopez are among the experts who weigh in on their favorite parts of the city for Condé Nast Traveler.
L.A. Weekly deems Jordan Kahn's cooking "the most modern in Los Angeles at the moment."
L.A. Weekly finds Puck's luxury sky-scraping restaurant hit or miss, while L.A. Times is content with The Redbury's trendy Hollywood scene.
Choi justifies his Food and Wine award by keeping his finger on the pulse of what the real L.A. likes to eat.
With Roy Cho's predilections for dark alleys, volatile reactions, "beat-downs," and ganja, it probably won't be Kogi.
The David Reiss/Roy Choi collaboration has a stunningly restored exterior.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
Roy Choi could be taking over Cora's with a new Korean concept.
It was clear that Josiah Citrin's latest venture wasn't getting the attention of Thomas Keller or Roy Choi.
Richard Sandoval's Latin-Asian fusion fits perfectly into L.A.'s growing fusion trend.
Not so silver-tongued spokesperson Alice Shin won't "slap on a Nutritional Nazi straight jacket on our babies."
Roy Choi helped craft a menu of global street eats.
ESPN's "Match Truck" will broadcast every game of the World Cup and serve dishes created by Roy Choi.
Kogi's chef claims he was never trying to make a statement.
Solvang has more than aebleskivers cries The L.A. Times while Daily Breeze enjoys a Hawaiian classic in Torrance.
Though the chef could churn out burgers for the rest of his life, he will instead attempt to elevate Southeast Asian food.
Chefs are commonly being confronted with backyard farmers trying to sell their goods.