LA is full of tiny little spots you could pass by a million times without knowing they serve amazing food. Tomboloco is a new spot that falls in this category. Located on the border of Koreatown and East Hollywood, this place is serving incredible, affordable Peruvian food. The interior is plain and it’s cash-only, but you will want to drink your ceviche and there somehow won’t be enough lomo soltado despite the big portion. Best eaten at lunch on a hot day.
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