Simple stuff like rotisserie game hen, khao soi, and papaya salad — dishes that won't require disturbing the kitchen as it preps for dinner.
One of the restaurant's managers was even keeping false pay records in a scheme that kept over $100,000 in its pockets.
Ismail Mohan is making his own desserts to give away like coconut brownies and calamansi curd.
The juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
The comedian suggests, "Los Angeles is the best place for all kinds of things," when it comes to eating well.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.
The owner recalls his grandmother's black-boned chicken soup, served to him as a youth when he fell ill.
100% of happy hour and small plates proceeds will go to international aid efforts.
Andy Ricker's full sit-down restaurant has a name and an address.
The L.A. Weekly critic also praises Church & State chef Jeremy Berlin.
The owner's brother takes over with a menu that goes a little beyond the usual Westside Thai offerings.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
The good news is you get fed a lot for five dollars, even if the food could be greatly improved upon.
Find Northern Thai specialties at Night + Market's backyard barbecue this Sunday.
A Thai spot from the surfing town of Rincon, Puerto Rico, comes to the surfing town of Rockaway.
Live band karaoke, Thai food, and gorgeous views in Rockaway Beach.