Los Angeles Restaurant Guide
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21 restaurants found
There are closets in Beverly Hills that have more square footage than Bánh Mì My Tho, but this Alhambra Vietnamese sandwich shop makes far, far better use of its...
If you plan to eat at Dai Ho, arrive early. The kitchen is open for less than four hours each day, six days a weeks, and an open table at the cramped Temple City...
Some might argue that the greatest thing about Los Angeles is Koreatown, and specifically the Korean restaurants therein, those that visitors from South Korea...
To some purists, the proliferation of Din Tai Fung locations — its very real status as an international chain — makes the dumpling house less thrilling than when...
In the increasingly competitive San Gabriel Valley scene, the reputations of top-tier dim sum houses can shuffle as quickly as NBA power rankings. But like the...
18537 S. Western Ave.
Gardena, CA 90248Critics' PickImage
The South Bay has been the home to a large population of Japanese and Japanese-Americans for decades, even more so after several of the major Japanese automakers...
5233½ Sunset Blvd.
East Hollywood, CA 90027Critics' PickBest OfImageEssentials
One of the fun games to play when dining at Jitlada, outside of celebrity spotting, is to watch as customers around you try to eat the things they’ve ordered...
3465 W. Sixth St.
Koreatown, CA 90020Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImage
Taking a trip to Kang Ho-dong Baekjeong means waiting for hours for a table, but according to guests, it's well worth it. This Korean BBQ joint is not the...
11925 Santa Monica Blvd.
Sawtelle, California 90025Critics' PickImage
Perhaps the most surprising thing about Kato is that it pulls off something few restaurants are able to make viable — the chef's choice tasting menu. Part of...
Kiriko is the place to come if you’re in the mood, say, for kelp-cured barramundi sashimi or Hokkaido “kegani” hairy crab but aren’t up for the formality and...
360 E. 2nd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012-4203Critics' PickImage
Kokekokko is all about grilled chicken: loosely packed chicken meatballs, faintly scented with herbs; grilled skin, threaded onto the skewer in accordion pleats;...
500 W. Main St.
Alhambra, CA 91801-3379Critics' PickImage
If your ideal weekend brunch involves not pancakes and mimosas but rather shrimp har-gow and chrysanthemum tea, the San Gabriel Valley and its formidable,...