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Sushi Fumi is one of our favorite sushi spots in LA, where any type of sushi eater will leave thrilled.
If you’re looking to take some out-of-towners for an only-in-LA lunch, take them to Destroyer in Culver City.
Billiard Hoang is a great Vietnamese restaurant in Columbia City with a pool hall and excellent $6 bánh mì.
The India Club is over half a century old and still going strong. Expect decent food, a bustling atmosphere, and lots of BYOBers.
Koya’s third location is a little space just off of Broadway Market and is perfect for a tasty breakfast or a quick meal.
Marugame Udon is a Japanese udon chain offering low-cost handmade noodles perfect for a quick meal.
Da Mario is an old school Italian restaurant in Kensington that has surprisingly small prices, big group potential, and a fun feel.
In a city increasingly dominated by mega-restaurants from other cities, All Time is a Los Feliz cafe that feels like an LA original.
Mary Ann Bakery is a small Chinese bakery in North Miami that makes a phenomenal pork bun, among other things.
Panya Thai is a great spot in North Miami serving hard-to-find Thai dishes like boat noodle soup.
Catalyst is a coffee roasters and café making brilliant and flavour-packed Greek-influenced food.
Tarim is from the same people who run Dilara and is a great option for big plate chicken or lamb skewers around Holborn.
Stanley’s secluded charming courtyard is an excellent escape from busy old London. Expect cocktails, small plates, and quality cheese plates too.
Felix is a confident, celebration-ready restaurant in Venice where you’ll eat pasta that sends you into a fugue state.