The Thai soup, smoothy and Eggslut breakfast weren't if this world. Parking space is connected; atmosphere is positive and lifting; many stalls displaying mouth-watering arrays of authentic foods. A must visit.
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It was a Saturday evening and was busy. so quite hard to find a space at any of the food counters which was somewhat offputting. A nice range of types of food. Very long line for the ice-cream. I walked all around and ended up...More
i did a quick walk-through after seeing angel-flight. MANY different types of places to eat and enjoy. now i wish i had eaten here instead of the bland Olivera Street lunch i had.
This was a quick spot to grab a bite for lunch. So many choices to choose from. This place can get very crowed and hard to find seating. Great Mexican and Asian food. The line for ice cream is at least a half an hour...More
LA finally caught up with the market trends of Europe with Grand Central Market. Similar in style and scope to the Mercatos of Spain or food markets of France,Grand Central Market features food, cheeses, artisanal products, coffee, wine, and great Mexican food. The exotic can...More
A foodies paradise, countless places to eat. Our fav was the taco places there are 3 or 4 of them that are all excellent. All the food places are reasonably priced and I would suggest going a few times so you can try different things.
We ate Chinese but there were so many different types of food that it was hard to choose. We'll just have to come back to sample the oysters, or the Pupuseria or the burgers or the felafels or the vegan wings
Had breakfast there with a friend. Line at Eggslut was very long, so we had yummy egg dishes at Valerie. I enjoyed the savory bread pudding topped with a sunny side up egg. Next time will try the pupusas at another nearby "stall." The downtown...More
It's right next door to one of the old Los Angeles movie palaces in Broadway so we went there for dinner before the screening. Unfortunately, some of the food establishments were closed. It was 6:30 on a Thursday night. Some are always open until 10pm...More