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100 Lbs of Seafood?

It’s easy to miss 100 LB, not least because they haven’t bothered to take down the signs of its previous incarnation, M D King’s. READ MORE

Z, The Sushi Gen of San Gabriel Valley

Z Sushi in Alhambra is the only place worth recommending in the area for people who are serious about sushi, says tsb, who lists a few reasons this place stands out. READ MORE

Change Is in the Air in Pasadena

Pasadena fans of the delicious Malaysian fare at Kuala Lumpur, take note: It’s being sold, and will be replaced by a Green Street Tavern in the new year. ... READ MORE

Dining Is Bittersweet at Camden House

The French chef at Camden House definitely knows his business, says RicRios. Heirloom tomato and burrata salad, and foie gras with pineapple, are wonderful starters. ... READ MORE

A Good Hard-Shell Taco Is Hard to Find in Silverlake

A good hard-shell taco is a rare beast these days, especially in Silverlake. But DanaB was pleasantly surprised by Rick’s, a dive with a makeshift drive-through right near the 5 Freeway. “The hard-shell taco was everything I’d want it to be–home-f READ MORE

Frozen Yogurt: The Creamy vs. the Crunchy

Red Mango is supposedly the Korean original version of tangy frozen yogurt that spawned Pinkberry, which has spawned, well, a bunch of other wannabes with colorful and fruity names. ... READ MORE

What Goes Around, Comes Around at Sushi 5

Sushi 5 is a new place in Tustin where you can get first-rate fish for pennies, says russkar. Don’t be turned off by the setup, which is a revolving conveyor of sushi. *GrindzHound * is a huge fan of the quality and value. ... READ MORE

When You’re Crying for Argentina but Don’t Need Steak

“Argentinean food” just means steak to a lot of people, but for more everyday food, there are a bunch of hole-in-the-wall joints that are pretty much like holes-in-the-wall in Buenos Aires. ... READ MORE

Tamale Time in the OC

Where to get Christmas tamales in Orange County? Las Golondrinas has the best, says jsl, who prefers their veggie and rajas (cheese with three kinds of peppers). El Toro Market has great tamales, says quinntran, but even better are those at Tamale Que READ MORE

Feeling Kinda Corny

It’s probably not a surprise that Fresh Corn Grill has great corn. The grilled salmon and corn are really good, says waterisgood–you can’t get salmon of that quality for less than $10 anywhere else. And their top-notch corn chowder is reminiscent of t READ MORE