Justin Pichetrungsi, chef and owner of Anajak Thai

Anajak Thai’s Justin Pichetrungsi on What It Means to Be Unapologetic

Welcome to Chef to Chef, wherein Resy empowers chefs to interview other chefs.  Justin Pichetrungsi didn’t always set out to…


The L.A. Restaurants You’ll Want to Access in Fall 2023

The shift in Los Angeles seasons may not be as drastic as other cities, but the change is palpable nonetheless.…


The New Baroo Is Worth the Wait

For a restaurant that began as a 16-seater in an East Hollywood strip mall with no signage, reappeared down the…


Pizzana’s Daniele Uditi Wants to Spread the Gospel of ‘Slow Dough’ Across America

Pizzana has been on an expansion tear across Los Angeles since it opened its doors in Brentwood five years ago.…


The Future of Tinned Fish Is Now, in a Restaurant Near You

It’s Saturday night at Kippered, a self-described “tinned fish and Champagne bar” in Downtown Los Angeles, and the low-lit jewelbox…


The L.A. Reservations You’ll Want to Access in Spring 2023

A new season of Los Angeles dining isn’t typically ushered in after a “thaw.” And yet here we are, on…


Camphor interior.

How Camphor is Changing What Fine Dining Means In L.A.

Camphor — the luxurious Arts District restaurant from chef duo Max Boonthanakit and Lijo George — recently received a Michelin…


Saltie Girl Is the Sunset Strip’s Splashy New Seafood Spot

What does it take to make a restaurant work on the Sunset Strip? It must be snazzy enough to tempt…


Five Dishes That Show Off Bacetti’s Unique Cal-Roman Soul

Bacetti opened last November to widespread buzz and critical acclaim, quickly becoming one of the hardest tables to snag in…


Rediscovering a Knife, and a Legacy, at Anajak Thai

A yanagiba, which translates to “willow leaf blade,” is a long, slender knife from Sakai, Japan, prized by sushi chefs…


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