Chef Bryant Ng's new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
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The chef will offer her incredible sandwich just once a week on "Banh Mi Sundays."
Bryant Ng's Downtown restaurant will also offer bottomless mimosas and Handsome Roasters coffee.
The chef gives his recipes for Southeast Asian rib-eye and kaffir lime custard.
Bryant Ng is hoping for a reopening on Saturday.
In L.A., your options include frozen beer, cupcake, lamb offal, chicken skin, and even pig's blood set on a skewer.
Oh, and millions of dollars in relocation fees.
Five-dollars drinks and satays outta make you very happy.
David LeFevre tells the magazine about his favorite places to eat, drink, and shop in L.A.
The chef details her love for Downtown with a look at Cole's and Spice Table.
All three Little Tokyo restaurants may have to relocate if an underground rail project is approved.
Bryant Ng will revisit his foie gras satay and Kris Morningstar will make chorizo-stuffed chilies.
The critic looks at the world's best dishes and L.A.'s best new restaurants.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
The chef offers a $65 pre-fixe with $15 wine and beer pairings and hopefully won't hurt anyone with his spicy chicken livers.
"I don't particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I'm not grossed out by them, I just don't appreciate them the other way people do."
The L.A. Weekly critic writes, "for the first time, the most interesting places in Little Tokyo are not necessarily Japanese."
Meanwhile, we worry that The New York Times is trying to steal our Gold.