58 "Authentic Ethnic Eats" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Hollywood Thai spot Jitlada is one of LA's most classic restaurants, where spice is not a choice - it’s an ingredient.
Night + Market makes some of the best, most interesting Thai food you’ll ever try. And of its two LA locations, we like the West Hollywood one best.
Bay Cities is a Santa Monica classic that's been open since 1925. Most importantly, it's home to The Godmother, Los Angeles' greatest sandwich.
You might think Mexican food is best served sloppy and cheap. Downtown's Broken Spanish will prove you wrong.
Guisados has turned into a bonafide chain these days, but it's Echo Park location remains among the best taco spots in the city.
Guelaguetza in Koreatown serves food from Oaxaca, and it's one of the best Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles overall.
Angelini Osteria is one of the great Italian restaurants of Los Angeles.
B.S. might be the casual brother to Broken Spanish, but it is every bit as fantastic.
It’s not often you get in the car and drive to Bell for dinner, but if it's La Casita Mexicana, the journey is more than worth it.
The South East Asian food at Cassia is an unexpected reprieve for those tired of the generic Santa Monica standbys (AKA everyone).
Bargain hunting for sushi rarely yields good results. Unless you're going to Sushi Gen.
We thought we knew what Echo Park arcade restaurant Button Mash would be. Turns out it's much, much more.