As you probably guessed, all-day restaurant Pikoh is located on Pico Blvd., on a relatively quiet stretch in West LA. It’s from the guy behind Rosaliné, but appropriately for the area, feels more like a casual neighborhood spot than an all-out party. During the day, you’ll find sandwiches, salads, and some mains, while at night there are small plates that range from pastas and quinoa hot pots to pork tonkatsu. It’s all pretty solid, although the small plates really are small, so if you’re hungry you might end up spending more than you intended.
Pikoh is permanently closed.
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