Broken Spanish

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

, watchfully distanced and ultimately well fed. Family meal with pork belly chicharrón from Broken Spanish (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) Broken Spanish Ray Garcia funnels a few headliners from his downtown restaurant’s modern Angeleno menu into generous

family-style meals. Choose between three mains: a horseshoe-shaped hunk of pork belly chicharrón (a Broken Spanish signature), achiote-roasted chicken or a vegetarian chile relleno swathed in cream sauce. Handmade blue corn tortillas are useful for

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L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

) 784-0044, bontempsla.com Broken Spanish The entrees on Ray Garcia’s family meals ($32 per person) rotate weekly — maybe achiote-roasted chicken or pork chile verde, and there’s always a vegetarian option — but fragrant blue corn tortillas and creamy

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101 Best Restaurants: 15 dining destinations in downtown Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 7, 2020

, bestiala.com (Silvia Razgova / For The Times) 27. Broken Spanish As the restaurant’s name alludes, the key to relishing Ray Garcia’s cooking is to not dwell too much on province or region, or where true-minded Mexican culinary traditions blur with Angeleno

Sonoratown    Orsa & Winston    Bar Amá    Bäco Mercat    Hayato    Bavel    Rossoblu    Grand Central Market    Bon Temps    Bestia    Broken Spanish    Shibumi    Q    Nightshade    The Exchange    Little Sister    Badmaash   

Take-Out Tip of the Day: B.S. Taqueria Returns for Tuesday Taco Nights

Gwynedd Stuart • Los Angeles Magazine • April 14, 2020

While many restaurants are making the tough decision to shutter until dine-in business resumes, Broken Spanish chef Ray Garcia is reviving downtown’s B.S. Taqueria. Closed since last spring, the resurrected B.S. is launching a weekly taco night—on

Spanish between 4 and 10 p.m. on Tuesdays. B.S. Taqueria at Broken Spanish, 1050 Flower St., downtown.

Buy a Restaurant Gift Card, Help an L.A. Community in Need

Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • March 31, 2020

Michael Reed of Poppy + Rose – donating to No Kid Hungry Chef Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish – donating to Heart of Los Angeles Chefs Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts of Playa Provisions – donating to No Kid Hungry Owner Francesco Zimone at L’Antica

The Perfect L.A. Restaurant, According to Your Astrological Sign

Marisa Vito • Los Angeles Magazine • November 6, 2019

cuisines and vibes. With Kelly’s knowledge of the stars, we’ve developed your L.A. guide to food astrology. Aries View this post on Instagram A post shared by Broken Spanish (@brokenspanishla) on Oct 24, 2019 at 10:19pm PDT With all this pent-up, ready-to

.” Broken Spanish, 1050 S. Flower St., downtownSichuan Impression, 1900 W. Valley Blvd, Alhambra Taurus View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mo Travels & Mo Eats (@motakesfoodpics) on Jul 7, 2019 at 9:29am PDT Let’s just like stay in bed and watch

Review: Head to Broken Spanish in DTLA for an ambitious, modernist take on Mexican food

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 16, 2015

How is Broken Spanish? Your opinion of the place, a modernist Mexican restaurant a few steps from Staples Center, is probably going to depend on what you think about the idea of chopped snout in your sweet potato. If you are of a certain adventurous

is a tasty, reasonable dish. On the other hand: snout. Or as the menu has it, trompa. And as glam as the indoor-outdoor dining room may be, as intoxicating as Mike Lay’s mezcal-based cocktails and as cheerful as the waiters, Broken Spanish is a kind

"Mexican food always wins:" Q&A with José R. Ralat about his new book 'American Tacos'

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 21, 2020

always won. In the chapter called “Alta California Tacos,” you profile several Southern California chefs, including Wes Avila (Guerrilla Tacos), Ray Garcia (B.S. Taquería, Broken Spanish) and Carlos Salgado (Taco María). You make the case that what sets

L.A.’s dining timeline has gone through some major cultural ripples

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2020

, Sotto, Broken Spanish, Otium and Vespertine. The Kogi team opens its first bricks-and-mortar restaurant, Chego, and labels it an “L.A.-in-a-rice-bowl spot.” In a mention of the dish Hot Buttered Kimchi Chow in his roundup of the year’s best dishes

Mexican Kitchen, in Bell Gardens. The restaurant showcases her astonishing moles. Ray Garcia takes Mexican cooking in exultant modernist directions with Broken Spanish, located downtown near Staples Center. (He filled the space formerly occupied by Rivera

Newsletter: How a roaming restaurant critic landed in Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 29, 2019

the earliest reservations at Broken Spanish (Ray Garcia’s modernist Mexican phenom), Rossoblu (definitely in my top five favorite L.A. pasta restaurants, maybe top three) or the Exchange in the Freehand hotel (come with a group and share the lamb