Not all days are created equal, and some are so rough that lifting a finger in the kitchen come dinnertime is just too much to bear. Lucky for Angelenos, lamb vindaloo, banh mi, eggplant pizza, and more are just a dial away—you will have to lift a finger for that, though.
The line between fine art and food is heavily blurred at Wolvesmouth, an underground, experimental kitchen in Los Angeles orchestrated by Craig Thornton. A seat at Thornton’s table is extremely hard to come by, but Chowhound JMan604 was one of a lucky few at a recent dinner. The nine-course meal was “easily the best ... I've had,” says JMan604.
In the forest of breakfast possibilities in the San Fernando Valley is Hungry Fox, a North Hollywood café serving mostly American eats, plus a few items with an Asian twist. The homemade jams and famous chicken and waffles (pictured) are fan favorites.
Chowhound chrishei once again took on the task of sifting through the most recent DineLA menu offerings, outlining great meal combinations at participating restaurants and calculating the savings eaters can pocket at each one. Join the fun through January 31.
In December, Chowhounds sacrificed their waistlines and sought out the best carb-heavy breakfasts in town. Lemon-ricotta pancakes smeared with almond-blueberry butter and brioche French toast were among the finds.