Gish Bac

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

Gish Bac Need overt beauty in your life right now? Behold the tlayuda Gish Bac — a circle of life layered with pureed black beans, lacy Oaxacan string cheese, grilled steak and chicken, chile-marinated pork, with slices of tomato, avocado and slivers of

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A critic's favorite hack for a quick meal at home

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 4, 2020

piccata and peanut butter and jelly sandwich cookies. — Mexican cuisine is the lifeforce of Los Angeles’ dining culture. I have some suggestions for takeout and delivery. Take good care, everyone. The Gish Bac tlayuda from Gish Bac in Mid City. (Bill

Tamales Elena y Antojitos is best new L.A. Mexican restaurant

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 8, 2020

regional. In an afternoon you can drive across the metro area and collect Oaxacan mole tamales from Gish Bac and Guelaguetza; a giant, achiote-stained, Yucatecan-style fried tamal from Chichén Itzá; Nayarit versions from Rosy’s studded with vegetables; and

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10 Mexican restaurants for excellent mole in Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 10, 2020

cognoscenti come for Gish Bac’s singular mole negro, a dazzling amalgamation of toasted nuts, warming spices and Oaxacan chiles. The flavors seesaw eloquently between mellow sweetness and mildly bitter notes. The total effect is more haunting than the tear-in

Spring 2021 L.A. restaurants: Best outdoor dining amid COVID

Bill Addison, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 14, 2021

Wilmot, a gin martini reinforced with pickled ramp. Peek into the plush dining room, with its bacchanalian-themed murals and its lighting like buttered toast. The party will move inside soon enough. Behold Maria Ramos’s tlayuda Gish Bac — a circle of life

enjoyed the moment the tlayuda hits the table, are life-affirming. Then shift your attention to barbacoa, either goat long-simmered with chiles or a less saucy, cumin-scented version with lamb. Remember Gish Bac for a serene breakfast as well, relishing