568 "Lunch" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Shiku is a Korean food stall in Grand Central Market with some of the best banchan in LA.
Yess Aquatic is a fantastic Japanese food truck in the Arts District specializing in local seafood.
Laziz Grill in Westwood makes our favorite aush reshteh in Los Angeles - among other things.
From the outside, Baja Subs in Northridge looks like any corner convenience store, but inside - there’s a secret: Fantastic Sri Lankan food.
Umbrella Taco is a Melrose taco shop and a good quick lunch if you’re out shopping.
Walking Spanish is an innovative and very good Salvadoran pop-up in Alhambra.
Warung Bali is an Indonesian pop-up in Koreatown selling excellent seafood bento boxes.
Box Food is a street vendor on Melrose with jerk chicken worth driving across town to eat.
Taste Of The Caribbean in South LA is home to tremendous Caribbean food.
Natraliart is a Jamaican restaurant in Mid-City and home to our favorite jerk chicken in the city.
Angry Egret is a new torta and sandwich shop in Chinatown serving innovative food you need in your life.
L Fish has an excellent outdoor set-up in East LA, where they serve Ensenada-style fish tacos.
Gamboge is a tremendous Cambodian cafe in Lincoln Heights that’s great for a quick lunch.
Pearl River Deli is known for their Hainan chicken, but don’t be fooled - there’s so much more going on at this to-go window in Chinatown.
Zhengyalov Hatz is an Armenian bakery in Glendale serving traditional, herb-filled flatbreads.