Californian cuisine is partly a commitment to fusion and risk-taking in the kitchen, and partly a commitment to the freshest ingredients. And Voice Places is your guide to Californian cuisine in Los Angeles. Our professional reviews, user reviews and helpful listings give you the goods on the Golden State.
If you prize your sanity, try never to bring up the subject of lobster rolls with a New England native. If you haven't managed to edge away, you will be apprised how... More »
The dining room at Spago in Beverly Hills feels very much like the descriptions of the restaurant in its early glory days â?" a place where beautiful people go to... More »
Any place in town can broil an acceptable filet mignon, but Suzanne Tracht's snazzy steak house is a blast from the Mad Men '60s, chefly riffs on the strip steak and the... More »
Creator of the most-imitated Los Angeles dish since Nancy Silverton reinvented an obscure Piedmontese dessert called panna cotta, Sang Yoon is the baron of the... More »
The main dining room at Citrus lay at the heart of California cooking in the mid-1980s, a clean, white space opening directly onto the restaurant's vast open kitchen, where... More »
Back in its Nouvelle Cuisine days, Michael's may have been the first market-oriented restaurant in Southern California, a showcase not just of glorious... More »
The billboard-size photographs of Cate Blanchett and George Clooney are a bit much. But at Cut, Wolfgang Puck's gleaming-white temple of steakhouse cuisine in the... More »
Sumi Chang's bakery may be the center of civilized life in Pasadena: a place to buy excellent-to-superb scones and baguettes and pains au chocolat, of course, but... More »
Foundry, a Melrose supper club run by Patina alum Eric Greenspan, is as relaxed as a place with a $80 tasting menu can be, with a spacious patio, a dining room... More »
If you've ever wondered if people actually wear the $400 jeans you see advertised in Vogue, an hour at M Cafe can be instructive, a merry parade of the... More »
American cooking is a thing of brute force: Even at its best it relies on big, bold flavors to seduce us. Traditionally, whole senses go ignored in Western restaurants — who knows what you might smell, other than the sizzle of the grill? Who cares what you might hear, other than the din of noisy diners, the drone of soft jazz? Even on the plate, flavor trumps all — visual...
It's hard to take seriously, this new wave of "healthy" fast food, these McWraps and Wendy's flatbread sandwiches. It's as if fast food chains are throwing Michelle Obama an "egg white delight" in the hope that she'll just leave them alone. Or maybe they think that health-conscious consumers will rejoice when words like "wrap" are lobbed at them, ignoring the fact that, for instance, the...
You always want the thing you cannot have. This is the only explanation I've been able to come up with for the recent proliferation, here on the precipice of the Pacific Ocean, of East Coast seafood joints. Atlantic-plucked oysters and lobster rolls are everywhere, and more than a couple of New England–style seafood spots will have opened in L.A. by the time 2013 is done.
This is a nice (small) club to catch a show. I saw The Ton-Tons there a while back, and they sounded great.Read Full Review
Maison Richard is renewing the passion for taste diversification in LA Bakery, LA dining, making one of the LA best cakes and French pastries. New California French Breakfast served or TOGO.
There are 28 different authentic French delectable pastries made dally on site only with fresh natural ingredients .
Modern rustic style and tropical plants,...
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