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Sarashina Horii (Tokyo, Japan)

Sarashina Horii 3-11-4 Motoazabu Minato-ku, Tokyo Dining date: 10/15/12 I first learned about Sarashina Horii from an episode of No Reservations. Masaharu Morimoto took Anthony Bourdain here during the Tokyo episode, raving about the soba here. It looked really good, so I immediately added it to my list of places to visit. Indeed, it seems […]


The Early Word on Chego’s New Menu

Roy Choi brought the Kogi truck to Los Angeles and later founded Chego, a brick-and-mortar restaurant devoted to Asian rice bowls and comfort food. LA hound jsandler reports that Choi recently revamped Chego’s menu, and chrishei tried a number of the new additions. The smashed kabocha cup—roasted Japanese squash puréed with sweet potato and topped […]


Ramirez Central Looking to Liquor Up Downtown

Count on more than 750 types of tequila, mescal, beer, and wine L.A. Downtown News sets the stage for a 7,081-square-foot liquor market called Ramirez Central, planning to open at Fifth and Alameda next spring. The “booze emporium” comes from the family behind 17-year-old Ramirez Liquor in Boyle Heights and will specialize in tequila, mezcal, […]


The Undercover Vegetarian: Mozza Scuola di Pizza

Every vegetarian knows that there are some restaurants that simply aren’t for them. I hate to say it, because the dinners at the Scuola di Pizza (the subject of this week’s restaurant review) a… Continue reading “The Undercover Vegetarian: Mozza Scuola di Pizza” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Early Report: Emperor Noodle in the SGV

Chowhounds who like Shanghainese food are already descending on brand-new Emperor Noodle in San Gabriel. Though ipsedixit thinks the restaurant is in a rather cursed location, other visitors have filed positive reports. The shen jian bao (pictured) are a must—PandanExpress says the outer shell of each ball has the perfect crispy bottom and pillowy top, […]


60-Cent Burgers at Pasadena’s Tops

The Old Fashioned burger On Friday and Saturday, Pasadena’s The Original Tops is celebrating its 60th birthday by offering its pastrami-topped, quarter-pound Old Fashioned burger for only 60 cents, a savings of over five-dollars off of today’s price. The restaurant, established in 1952, is also offering a contest for $60 in credit as a prize […]


Ohana Brewing Company: L.A.’s Newest Craft Brewery Was a Long Time Coming

Two years ago, Ohana Brewing Company was supposed to be the next great Los Angeles beer-maker. The tiki-themed tap handles were made, the beer list decided and the old brewhouse from Craftsman… Continue reading “Ohana Brewing Company: L.A.’s Newest Craft Brewery Was a Long Time Coming” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Early Report on Seoul Sausage Co.

“The Sawtelle area is … this huge gravity well for new and exciting food,” says LA Chowhound Servorg. And the newest kid on the block? Seoul Sausage Co., winner of The Great Food Truck Race, Season 3. The restaurant turns the idea of traditional Korean barbecue on its ear: The signature item is an all-beef, kalbi-flavored […]


Test Kitchen Previews Bestia in Downtown; Mozza Extends Salumi Night to Four Days a Week

CSI: Salumi Nights at Mozza Alhambra: Tustin’s all-you-can-eat Gen Korean is coming soon to a two-story version in the city. [Eater] Beverly Hills: A1 Cucina has lost its chef Freddy Escobar and one of its partners, with a possible name change to come. [Eater] Downtown: Test Kitchen is previewing Ori Menashe’s menu at Bestia with […]


The Chef’s Library: Ludo Lefebvre + Variations Culinaires

Ludo Lefebvre is a busy dude. His restaurant collaboration with Animal chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo is set to open in the next few months, with a possible fried chicken concept to follow. A… Continue reading “The Chef’s Library: Ludo Lefebvre + Variations Culinaires” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


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