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Soba Sojibo Overtaking Orris on Sawtelle

Soba Sawtelle is now saturated with ramen spots, boding well for Soba Sojibo’s seizure of the former Orris space at the end of the month, with its fine-spun, hairline noodles of buckwheat flour, made daily and served ice-shocked, cold, and slippery with sides like seaweed and funky-fresh natto. The Japanese chain opened its first U.S. [...]

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Loreto’s Fried Turkey: The Bird is the Word

At Loreto’s in Compton, the art of fried turkey extends well beyond Thanksgiving. While most Americans will carve up their centerpiece this holiday — then subject themselves to a week of lefto… Continue reading “Loreto’s Fried Turkey: The Bird is the Word” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Al & Bea’s

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WHY A basic place for basic food: L.A. burritos that are cheap, juicy and delicious. WHAT For decades, this utilitarian stand has served as a hub of Boyle Heights life. Located near Mariachi Plaza, the Metro station and Hollenbeck police station, it’s where everyone in the ‘hood goes for a burrito, to eat here or [...]

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Spoonful Slings Southern Eats to Studio City

Fried pork belly and fried soft egg OMG, the Southern Plantation look is totally in right now, you guys. That’s something we never thought we’d be writing, but lo, the South is rising again in L.A. First there was that Roscoe’s location coming to Anaheim with its own plantation look, then Sassafrass came a-shuckin’ onto [...]

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Where the Chefs Eat: Superba Snack Bar’s Jason Neroni

Where the Chefs Eat is an ongoing series in which we ask a local chef to give us his or her favorite dining options. This week, Jason Neroni, chef at Superba Snack Bar, tells us his favorite sp… Continue reading “Where the Chefs Eat: Superba Snack Bar’s Jason Neroni” > Read the full post on [...]

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Ginza Okuda (Tokyo, Japan)

Ginza Okuda Carioca Building B1 5-4-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061 Dining date: 11/3/12 Japanese kaiseki meals are akin to Western high-end dining in that there are typically a large number of small courses. Plating is thoughtful and intricate, and the food is highly seasonal. Like a sushi bar, counter-dining is prevalent, allowing the diner a [...]

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L.A. Supports "Meatless Mondays"

Kale L.A. City Council voted 12-to-0 last Friday to formally approve support for “Meatless Mondays,” the campaign to promote a vegetarian diet every Monday as a movement towards better health and a lessening of the environmental impact caused by meat’s production. L.A. Weekly notes that we are now the third, and biggest, city to support [...]

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17: Green Curry Mussels at Jitlada

Celebrating this year’s Best of L.A. issue — now out in print and online — we’re counting down, in no particular order, 100 of our favorite dishes. 17: Green Curry Mussels at Jitlada. If th… Continue reading “17: Green Curry Mussels at Jitlada” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Rikyu (Sendai, Japan)

Rikyu Gyutan 4-9-7 Chuo Aoba Ward, Sendai, Miyagi 980-0021‎ Dining date: 10/26/12 Our team spent a weekend in the northern part of Japan (in the Tohoku region) doing a project in Ishinomaki, one of the cities most heavily hit in last year’s devastating earthquake and tsunami. In short, much of the area has been cleaned [...]

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Breakfast Sandwiches; Scandia’s Apple Cake; Oyster Tecture

Could oyster reefs ease flooding during the next hurricane? A landscape architect shares her vision. Plus, the breakfast sandwich gets a makeover.

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