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Signage at M Cafe; Greenspan's El Ñosh Food Truck

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BRENTWOOD— Today workers posted fresh signage over at M Cafe on San Vicente, launching right by Juice Crafters. The macrobiotic eatery is set to debut in Mid-October. [EaterWire]

MEALS ON WHEELS— In addition to the reformatted Foundry, to be divided into a craft cocktail bar and more refined restaurant, plus the adjacent Greenspan's Grilled Cheese, chef Eric Greenspan tells LAW that he's also looking to roll out a Latin/Jewish food truck called El Ñosh with chef Roberto Trevino. Think dill pickle pastrami croquetas, mole brisket and smoked whitefish tacos. [LAW]

BEVERLY HILLS— Chaya Brasserie is bringing over Michelin starred chef Kuniaki Kozuka — of the original 362 year-old Hikage Chaya in Japan — to cook on October 18 and 19. He plus Chaya corporate chef Shigefumi Tachibe will prepare seven courses at $155 with an optional $40 wine pairing. Flacks for the restaurant say the chefs will use "rare ingredients from Japan" and some sample dishes are Arare-Crusted Sesame Agedashi Tofu with Steamed Sea Urchin; Cured Kombu Hokkaido Halibut with Kelp, Seared Big Eye Tuna, Crispy Onions & Ginger; and Lotus Root Mochi wrapped in Bamboo Leaf. [EaterWire]

Chaya Brasserie

8741 Alden Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90048 310 859 8833

M Cafe

11678 San Vincente Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90049

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