125 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Morning Bites is a vegan spot in Long Beach serving very solid dim sum and Chinese American dishes.
Vinh Loi Tofu in Reseda makes vegan versions of Vietnamese classics like banh mi and bun thit nuong.
JJ Bakery has locations across the SGV, and all of them have a great selection of Taiwanese breads and desserts.
KG Bakery has been selling cakes and Vietnamese pastries in Echo Park since 1980.
United Bread & Pastry is a Filipino bakery in Silver Lake with great sweets and empanadas.
Sugarbloom’s pastries are available all over the city, and we especially love their kimchi and SPAM musubi croissants.
Amandine is a Brentwood bakery and all-day cafe that specializes in Japanese-French pastries.
Go to China Red in Arcadia to explore the huge dim sum menu, and make sure to double up on shengjianbao.
Las 7 Regiones De Oaxaca is a Mexican spot in Pico Union with great tlayudas and mole.
La Mayordomia is a Mexican market and grocery in South Central with excellent tlayudas.
Expresion Oaxaqueña is a Mexican spot in Arlington Heights with some of the best tlayudas around,
Sabores Oaxaqueños is a great Mexican spot in Korea with Oaxacan specialties like tlayudas.
Tlayuda L.A. is a women-owned Oaxacan spot in Hollywood with - you guessed it - great tlayudas.