The 10 Best Fried Rice Dishes in Los Angeles - LA Weekly
Fried rice has roots in China and initially provided a way to breathe new life into leftover steamed rice. But that doesn’t mean it's intended to be afterthought. Many Asian restaurants in L.A. take their fried rice seriously, featuring vibrant ingredients prepared in a variety of compelling ways. Follow this...
Review: At Josiah Citrin's Charcoal Venice, the meat is meat. But the charred cabbage is something else.
Jonathan Gold reviews the Mélisse chef-owner's more casual restaurant near the beach. It shows what a little char can do.
Restaurant Review: How Salt’s Cure Changed After Its Move to Hollywood
At the new Salt’s Cure, honey-colored wood dominates, the walls are whitewashed brick, and big windows open out onto Highland Avenue. It has the feel of a bistro, albeit an American one with a sort of sleek rusticism.
6 places to get great banh mi in L.A. and O.C.
The ubiquity of banh mi, the French-influenced, Vietnamese baguette sandwich, in the United States -- or at least along the West Coast -- may seem relatively recent.