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Tag: Kosher Restaurant Los Angeles
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Yesterday I had lunch with Chef Kastuji Tanabe, the Japanese-Mexican-Catholic chef at Shilo’s Steak House, a fine dining kosher restaurant in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood. I hadn’t been to Shilo’s for years—the last time I went was Christmas, 2007—and it was expensive, bland,...