A two Michelin star kaiseki spot in the palms of its hands from chef-owner Niki Nakayama, a protégé of the famous Morihiro Onodera.
An exquisite, two-Michelin-star kaiseki dinner ($350 per person) that feels more like a transportive experience than a meal.
What is it? Chef Joseph Centeno's Michelin-starred, Japanese-meets-Italian restaurant famous for its tasting menu ($125).
A refined, multiregional tour through Italy via the mind of one of L.A.'s best chefs. Always in style—and always full of stylish and chic clientele.
What is it? An all-day cafe and more upscale dinnertime spot where it's impossible to leave unsatisfied.
A Mexican fine-dining restaurant in the arts district by world-renowned chef Enrique Olvera of Mexico City's Pujol and NYC's Cosme.
Chef-owner Jazz Songs Nong's Thai Town restaurant with a sprawling menu and plenty of heat is one of the city's cult favorites.
A quartet of trucks (Boyle Heights, Downtown, Pomona, La Cienega) slinging Jalisco-style seafood across the Southland.