The 10 Best Food Delivery Options in L.A.
All About the Bread
Aside from the rare occasion when UberEats is doling out Bay Cities sandwiches, All About the Bread is our preferred choice for Italian cold cuts in a hurry. Using the online delivery portal (the delivery range is larger than you might expect), you can choose between the popular Godfather sandwich layered with prosciutto, capicola, mortadella and other meats, or options like burrata, meatball or roast beef.
Most of us think of delivery food as greasy, overindulgent stuff, but Kye’s in Santa Monica specializes in health food that is both portable and satisfying (and, this being the Westside, a little pricey). The main offering here is the KyeRito — essentially a low-carb burrito with a funny name — that's wrapped in things like dried seaweed or collard leaves and filled with options such as pulled pork, vegan mushroom bulgogi, chicken bacon pesto and seared salmon with “macro vegetables.”
There are plenty of options for delivery in Chinatown, but we’ve always had a soft spot for Master Chef, which offers a fairly large delivery range and is open very late. The best route is to stick to the “classic” Chinese-American staples: honey walnut shrimp, X.O. fried rice, pork chops with spicy salt and garlic string beans. Bonus: If you're in their delivery range, orders of $25 or more will get you free delivery.
Courtesy Kaya Street Kitchen
Kaya Street Kitchen
Of all the build-your-own Asian bowl concepts that have popped up over the past few years, our favorite might be this Indonesian-leaning shop near CBS Studios. You choose between bases like coconut-lime rice or roti bread tacos and pile on options like chicken satay, lemongrass steak or pork-shrimp meatballs, then customize them with a colorful array of sauces, slaws, relishes and other crunchy bits.
Ohana Poké Co.
Los Angeles is in the midst of a poké explosion, so of course you can have a bowl of marinated sashimi dropped off at your door. With locations in Silver Lake and downtown, Ohana serves sashimi-grade, sustainably sourced poké bowls topped with lots of delicious crispy things (wasabi peas, furikake, fresh scallion) on a foundation of vinegar-seasoned heirloom sushi rice. You can order seaweed-wrapped Spam musubi rolls to round out your meal, too.
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