This Itinerant Korean Pop-Up Tells the Story of Two Local Chefs

Catch Jihee Kim and Joshua Pressman’s Dandi at the Hotel Normandie later this month
Gillian Ferguson • Los Angeles Magazine • July 17, 2019
If there is a dish that embodies what it’s like to cook and eat in L.A. in 2019, it might be the beef tongue tostada at Dandi, a sporadic pop-up helmed by chefs and business partners Jihee Kim and Joshua Pressman. The presentation is minimal....
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