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  • Review: Smoke.Oil.Salt brings back a paella master

    Review: Smoke.Oil.Salt brings back a paella master
    Have you ever tasted real paella? And by "real," I should specify that I mean not the stuff you eat with sangria down by the beach or even the lovely yellow rice with seafood that you have to order a day in advance at Cuban restaurants, but the real thing, rare outside its birthplace in the mountains outside Valencia, which is less a vehicle for costly ingredients than it is a big, shallow pan of methodically toasted rice.
  • Orsa & Winston for Japanese- and Italian-inspired high-end dining

    Orsa & Winston for Japanese- and Italian-inspired high-end dining
    Name of restaurant: Orsa & Winston, in downtown Los Angeles. Chef: Josef Centeno of nearby Bäco Mercat and next door Bar Amá. Centeno started his career in New York, where he worked at Daniel and La Côte Basque. In Los Angeles, he was executive chef...

    Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers

    Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers
    Have you ever noticed that all of a sudden it seems that almost every restaurant you walk into is serving the same dish? Burrata salad, braised pork belly, pig's ears in some form, short ribs—and some version of Nancy Silverton's butterscotch...

    Shochu is becoming less of a secret in L.A.

    <i> Shochu </i>is becoming less of a secret in L.A.
    Scoring a table at 9 p.m. on a Friday at Wakasan is a little like winning the lottery's Hot Spot. The crowded Westwood pub, whose rustic furnishings give it the nostalgic feel of a family-run countryside tavern, is a haven for Japanese expats who love...

    The Find: Chimú in downtown L.A.

    The Find: Chim&#250; in downtown L.A.
    This is Los Angeles' Peruvian moment, an embrace of Andean flavors prophesied long ago by food futurists who proclaimed the cuisine to be the next big thing. There have always been pockets of our sprawling geography where ceviche is scattered with giant...