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Quintessential Kuh

Los Angeles Magazine restaurant critic Patric Kuh talks about "LA's quintessential dining experiences" to Serious Eats: laid-back luxury, farmers' markets, not about celebrities, and we're not health-obsessed weenies: "We eat lots of cheese and beef and ice cream when we go out to eat, so I would say the flavors derived from fat figure heavily into our restaurant experience. Finally, amateurishness and pretension bother Los Angelenos. This really is a company town (the company is Hollywood), so we don't like amateurish productions masquerading as restaurants." Not shockingly, among Kuh's favorites are Lucques, Langer's, Mozza, El Tepayac and Nishimura Sushi. [Serious Eats]