@besharodell

  • @besharodell
    19 May, 2018

    Also her shoes!!! https://t.co/rGb3XjqH6H

    besharodell
  • @besharodell
    19 May, 2018

    This little girl at the tram stop singing about how she and her mum like cats and she’s on the cat team is a good.

  • @besharodell
    15 May, 2018

    Luckily though, "it’s a food experience that’s set to dazzle even the harshest critics." PHEW.

  • @besharodell
    15 May, 2018

    No, the Boom Boom Room is not a good name for the bar attached to your "luxury" Chinese restaurant that "challenges… https://t.co/gqj9OinHbR

  • @besharodell
    10 May, 2018

    RT @nytfood: Liver and grapes? Hear us out. @BeshaRodell shares four restaurants in Australia you should know. https://t.co/5TUlSEuJX9 http…

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Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell

Besha Rodell — Australian-born, New York-bred, Southern-fried, James Beard Award-winning journalist — was L.A. Weekly's restaurant critic from 2012 to 2017.

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