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Oomasa
Hot Spot
Downtown, Los Angeles
$$, Japanese, Sushi, Asian
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Eggslut
Hot Spot
Central La, Los Angeles
$, Outdoor Seating, Breakfast
4 Recommendations
Dustin Newsome
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Bartender, Beverage Director
Bar Clacson, Slipper Clutch
Los Angeles
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Breakfastlapse at Breakfast at Tiffany's | Chef Tim Luym
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1:03

Watch as we smash one night in a busy, popular kitchen into one minute, and then watch it again. This time, chef Tim Luym whips up his secret Filipino breakfast menu at a San Francisco diner, Breakfast At Tiffany's. Tim focuses on crafting his version of Silog, a dish he calls, "The Filipino Denny's Grand Slam:” garlic fried rice, eggs, and your choice of either corned beef hash, longanisa, or tocino. **UPDATE: Snap, told you it was fast. This puppy is no longer available for ordering.

Opening Night at Oakland’s Nyum Bai
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3:46

Now that chef Nite Yun’s beloved Cambodian street food has found a brick-and-mortar home at last, long-time fans of her noodle soup and bright curries pack it in for a high-energy new chapter. Pro-tip: there’s never enough rice. Did anyone hear that bell?

Chef Bill Corbett's Favorite Banh Mi at Sumiko | The Usual
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4:06

Bill Corbett, executive pastry chef for The Absinthe Group, shows his favorite spot to grab a Vietnamese sandwich and tips off what makes Sumiko's version the perfect banh mi: the right bread, fresh cilantro and peppers, and cracked pepper. Then the chef reveals the real secret ingredient... In The Usual, the country's best chefs reveal the one dish that blows their mind again and again, then head behind-the-scenes to meet the creators.

Uni Chawanmushi like a Warm Hug with Chef Kyle Itani | The Usual
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1:17

Chef Kyle Itani (Hopscotch) visits B-Dama in Oakland, California to hang out with chef Chikara Ono and faceplant into chawanmushi (savory custard) covered in uni. In The Usual, the country's best chefs reveal the one dish that blows their mind again and again, then head behind-the-scenes to meet the creators.

Off the Clock: Dominica Rice
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4:27

The time between a crushing double shift and your sacred day off with your family is a slingshot of madness: One minute you’re waist-deep in pozole, and the next, the smell of a fresh pour-over is sneaking into your comforter cocoon and the whole day is stretched out before you. Like most of us, Chef Dominica Rice of Oakland’s Cosecha just tries to stay present for all of it. Especially the cocoon part. We plot world domination over epic toast and roam the aisles of a respectably punk-rock comic store. The smoke gets in our eyes (from the dope carne asada on the grill), cold beers leave dew on our hands, and Professor Alien Cat prowls the perimeter of the garden under a dusky twilight sky. Doesn’t get much better. Sunday sounds from Monster Treasure.

The Dish That Makes Everyday Taco Tuesday
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1:28

When taco cravings strike at Chef Nelson German’s house, he doesn’t mess around—bright, piquant slaw paired with spicy seared catfish filets does just the trick. In this new series, chefs show us how the new PAM Spray Pump fits into their at-home kitchen rituals, by combining ease with quality. Sponsored by PAM Cooking Spray. Learn more here.

Family Meal | alaMar Kitchen & Bar
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1:28

A restaurant is only as good as its team. Luckily, the best thing for any group of people who spend hours and hours in each other’s company is something a restaurant is well-equipped to provide: a meal. The restaurant ensemble only works by — quite literally — breaking bread together. We’ve teamed up with Coca-Cola to give you a glimpse of the most important meal of the day at Oakland’s alaMar Kitchen & Bar, where Chef Nelson German and his crew treat family meal as a creative main stage. Sponsored

Jon & Vinny's Guide to LA
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The prolific chefs behind Animal, Son of a Gun, Jon & Vinny's ETC. on where they're dining outside of their LA empire.

Inspired Rice Dishes in LA
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Chef-picked rice dishes for every mood, from soulful risotto to pristine omakase fare, sponsored by RiceSelect.

Bacon in LA
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March 9, 2015

Porky, fatty, smoky, hangover cure, and Kryptonite to vegetarians. Here's where to get this magical meat.

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