Archive for the ‘Food: Los Angeles’ Category

July 17, 2013 Off

All’ Angolo (Koreatown)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire, Favorite Food Entries

We’ve been blogging about food in LA for years and though we slowed down recently, there’s still endless eateries to discover in the vast landscape of Los Angeles. We found this small Italian joint in Koreatown by chance inside a mini mall. The menu is also simple and traditional, everything is made fresh. Instead of […]

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July 16, 2013 Off

The Hart and the Hunter (WeHo)

By in 09: Weho

I wanted to check out this place due to its cute website. Locates at the hip Pali Hotel at the Fairfax district, The Hart and the Hunter offers Southern meets Californian cuisine in a hip space that feels more like a coffee shop. I love the decor a lot. Smoked Trout, boiled egg, Lettuce, Tomato, […]

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July 15, 2013 2

Maruhide Uni Club (Torrance)

By in 17: South Bay, Favorite Food Entries

As a big Uni fan I just found out about this restaurant in Torrance recently. Just as its name suggests, Maruhide Uni Club specialize in uni (Sea urchin) and every item on the menu features Uni one way or another. According to their menu, their fresh uni is from Santa Barbara. Technically I’m not suppose […]

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July 12, 2013 1

Guisados (Echo Park)

By in 05: Silver Lake + Echo Park, Favorite Food Entries

Guisados is hands down my favorite “new” restaurant in Los Angeles. This famous taquería originated in Boyle Height, and has since expanded to Echo Park. Watch for another outpost in Downtown LA soon. Guisados serves truly authentic tacos (not Tex-mex, not Cali-mex, it’s authentic flavors you would find in Mexico City) with fresh homemade tortilla. Their Horchata […]

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July 12, 2013 Off

Cooks County (Miracle Mile)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

Cooks County is a cute neighborhood farm-to-table restaurant in the Miracle Mile area. Their menu is seasonal and changes all the time. We walked in for brunch without a reservation and was soon seated. The tables were a little too close to each other as they pack in a lot into a tight space. It’s […]

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