The L.A. Weekly critic calls Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo L.A.'s most successful Southern-influenced chefs.
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Rosemead's new Sichuan earns mighty accolades for its hand-cut noodles and six-spice broth.
Probably not in a neighborhood selling live octopus and sea cucumber skeet.
Before diving in, SinoSoul takes a second to diss L.A.'s current ramen obsessions first.
Owner Lou Amdur will hand over the keys to his Hollywood wine bar next Wednesday.
While The Fung Brothers can't find a drink, our unofficial guide to the region argues differently.
Randolph's gets huge raves from two of the town's best blog voices.
Expect communal tables, a Probat roasters, and lots of meticulously groomed facial hair.
The second location of the Hollywood restaurant is twice as big, with new dishes and a patio.
Get them before they disappear into "the Bermuda Triangle of Taiwanese tea shops."
Especially when it comes topped with pink sundae sauce.
Tony Chen explores the strange and shady bars of The San Gabriel Valley.
The TLC show has created a fever for clipping coupons, leaving some store shelves ravaged.
"Korean cuisine is a 2 trick donkey," writes the controversial blogger, not afraid to stir up another fight.
Tony Chen spares no one, not even himself and his 99 free dinners he wrote about.
Tony Chen produces photos from Asia that counter the critic's recent slam on WP24's Beijing duck.
The Father's Office chef likes Santouka and Del Taco, but hates the beach and possibly people too.