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Chef Juliano Brotman blames a rent increase and strained relations with his landlord.
Under the new chef, takoyaki transforms into arancini, unagi is layered with lardo, and salmon is smoked with a handheld gun.
A Canadian chef lays claim to Ichiro Mashita's turf.
Pescetarians rejoice, Paiche is coming to Marina del Rey
The chef divulges plans for an authentic place like you'd find on the streets of Lima.
A recipe contest and all the bivalves you can eat await on Ventura State Beach.
The lounge's "Far East" menu originates with chef Russell Saito, a veteran of SoCal sushi spots.
The Japanese concept is most likely a smarter investment than a Pan-African restaurant open five days a week.
Only the chefs' "Trust Me" signs remain from the original location.
The seasonal Japanese experience may be the closest thing West L.A. has to supping in Captain Nemo's quarters.
Over half of local seafood samples were found mislabeled in Los Angeles.
Giacomo Drago opens a sister restaurant to Sushi House Unico.
The nation's second largest grocery store chain is putting the kibosh on the frightening meat additive.
The juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
They include Sushi Freak, which is making its way here from San Diego.
The director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi first made a test film with the recently retired Studio City sushi legend.
Victor Caube, an immigrant from The Philippines, might return home to start his own restaurant.
The musician calls the shuttering bar "quite simply my very favorite place in the world to eat."