Food

Cream of the crop: Top L.A. Times restaurant reviews

  • The Review: Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon
    The Review: Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon

    Three's a charmer as a new Hungry Cat curls up in Santa Monica Canyon with excellent seafood in a simply designed space and ocean views.

  • The Review: The Royce
    The Review: The Royce

    David Féau brings fine dining with a light touch to the Langham hotel in Pasadena.

  • The Review: Providence
    The Review: Providence

    Five years after its opening, Michael Cimarusti's Melrose Avenue restaurant continues to make its mark in fine dining. Seafood is its strength.

  • [Chef Change] The Review: Red O
    [Chef Change] The Review: Red O

    Rick Bayless brings his Mexican cuisine to Los Angeles from Chicago. You'll need a reservation to taste it, but it's worth it.

  • The Review: Wolfgang Puck's WP24
    The Review: Wolfgang Puck's WP24

    The veteran chef combines high-end Asian cooking with a stunning highrise view in downtown L.A.

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