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It is already hard to believe there was a time before Suthiporn Sungkamee and his sister Jazz Singsanong were fixtures on the Hollywood Thai restaurant... More »
The meat selection doesn't veer into the exotic â?" there are no offal cuts, and no seafood â?" and your choices generally come down to the question of whether... More »
There are the usual kinds of dumplings and noodles here. But the pan-fried pork dumplings at Luscious Dumplings Inc. can be absolutely magnificent things... More »
Like other Muslim restaurants, China Islamic has a minor specialty in lamb, sliced thin and quickly fried with green onions, garlic and crunchy bits of fresh... More »
Soot Bull Jeep may be the best of L.A.'s 100-odd Korean barbecues, noisy, smoky, with all the bustle you'd expect in the heart of a great city, a place to cook your own... More »
The Los Angeles restaurant world has long been a place of improbable carom shots, but even here the Boiling Crab, a Cajun seafood restaurant opened by a Vietnamese... More »
The ritual at Little Tokyo's Kokekokko is grilled chicken till you die: loosely packed chicken meatballs, faintly scented with herbs; grilled skin, threaded onto the skewer... More »
Ziing's owners consulted a feng shui master during the design, and the results seem to vindicate their expenditure. This applies particularly to the... More »
Stepping into the San Gabriel Asian-influenced restaurant Green Zone's sleek and modern dining room, it's easy to forget you just parked at a jam-packed... More »
Yamato, located in the old Euro-Chow space, held onto its predecessor's fancy decor and grandiose space but lost the high-end prices, at least during happy... More »
Ken Namba's 14-year-old sushi restaurant may look nondescript from the outside, wedged as it is into the ground floor of a mall at the corner of Olympic and Sawtelle, but once inside you'll soon see what makes the smallish Kiriko one of the best sushi restaurants in town. You might get a necklace of amberjack and thinly sliced jalapeños laid across your plate; or a...
Thai Town has its share of comforting, homey noodle joints, but few are as charming as Sapp Coffee Shop, where everyone seems to end up after a particularly long night out. This is where you go when the morning's headache demands something a little stronger, something a little funkier than a delicate bowl of pho or bún...
There's hardly anywhere in the country that could give you a better education in Southern Thai food than siblings Sarintip "Jazz" Singsanong and Suthiporn "Tui" Sungkamee's Jitlada, tucked into the corner of a Hollywood strip mall. When the pair took over the restaurant in 2007, the real-deal, spice-laden food could be found only on a Thai-language menu of 40 items in the...
Low-key Thai place tucked away in a strip mall on the border of Los Feliz and Silverlake. Wonderful chalk board illustrations showing the most recent menu. Attentive if not ultra-speedy service, but great, fresh food prepared simply and well. The papaya salad is a standout.Read Full Review
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Located right off of San Fernando's main drag in downtown Burbank lies this simple, yet classy Brazilian churrascaria. It's a whirlwind experience. Once you've been seated, you get right back up and grab some exquisite, however basic, salad & side dishes from the buffet (like Brazilian rice, black beans & sausage, and assorted sautéed veggies). Once you are b...Read Full Review
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