Ask a Chef: Wolfgang Puck, where should we eat in Los Angeles?


Wolfgang Puck, a multiple JBF Award winner, co-host of the 2010 Awards, and California-cuisine pioneer, took a break from his busy schedule to tell us where we should dine in the City of Angels. Check out his suggestions below.

Late-night dining
AOC (323.653.6359, 8022 West 3rd Street)
“They serve everything in small portions, just the way I like it—especially for late at night.”

California cooking
Campanile (323.938.1447, 624 South La Brea Avenue)
“Mark Peel’s food tastes like the California sunshine.”

Special occasion
Valentino (310.829.4313, 3115 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica)
“I love the exciting Italian cooking and fabulous wine list.”

Family dinner 
Osteria Angelini (323.297.0070, 7313 Beverly Boulevard)
“Great for kids as well as grown-ups.”

Quick snack 
“The best place

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Recipe: Butterscotch Budino with Caramel Sauce and Rosemary–Pine Nut Cookies

Rich and velvety, budino is Italy's answer to pudding. This butterscotch version by JBF Award winner Nancy Silverton borders on sinful, its heady sweetness complemented by caramel sauce. We especially love the charming rosemary–pine nut cookie garnish.

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