From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:Not long after opening L.A.'s sleek multi-concept Bazaar, José Andrés is taking on Sin City with a restaurant that marries Chinese and Mexican food. Andrés's friend and mentor Albert Adrià says, "The best street food comes from China and Mexico, and China Poblano has bothand of the highest quality." In practice, Andrés's restaurant is less about fusion than about serving the cuisines side by side: In addition to the main kitchen, two separate kitchens turn out dan dan mian (hand-cut noodles with spicy meat and peanuts) and sui mai, scallop seviche, and cochinita tacos (entrées, $8-$17).
Must eat: The Rou Jia Mo Street Sandwich, a traditional braised meat burger.
Chef José Andrés' favorite new restaurant: Max Levy's Apothecary, Beijing2011 Hot List
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