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January 01, 1990 - January 10, 2013 + Good Food on the Road
Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA weekly, reviews Newport Seafood in San Gabriel.
Jonathan reviews Obika, a mozzarella bar in the Westfield Century City Shopping Center.
Jonathan reviews Baek Hwa Jung, a Koreatown restaurant serving bossam, a pork belly dish served with shucked oysters, and turnip kimchee.
Jonathan Gold tries out Test Kitchen, an experimental new restaurant on Pico Boulevard in West LA.
Jonathan Gold tells us about a Texas-style barbecue joint in Compton called Bludso's. He also likes Big Mista's, which sells at the Atwater Village Farmer's...
Jonathan visits Mantee Cafe in Studio City for a taste of Armenia (via Lebanon).
Jonathan Gold reviews Eva on Beverly Boulevard, where chef Mark Gold (no relation) serves up family style dinners with seasonal ingredients.
Jonathan reviews Yu Chun, a restaurant selling naengmyon, or cold Korean noodles...
Jonathan Gold reviews Jinya Ramen in Studio City. He likes the gyoza, the tonkatsu ramen and the house ramen.
Jonathan Gold visits Waterloo & City on Washington Boulevard in Culver City....
Jonathan Gold reviews The Lazy Ox Canteen in Little Tokyo....
Jonathan Gold once wooed his wife with his mother's peach pie...
Jonathan Gold reviews Barnrau, a halal Thai food restaurant in North Hollywood. Gold liked the Pad Ke Mao, coconut chicken soup, Buffalo wings and beef...
Jonathan Gold visits Red O, the new high-end Mexican restaurant from celebrity chef Rick Bayless...
Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly, reviews The Slaw Dogs in Pasadena.