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Azuma Izakaya

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WHY Bargain izakaya dishes served in a casual, fun setting: udon, fresh mussels, fried chicken, miso black cod and much, much more. WHAT Three grill chefs send out excellent food until midnight from a menu with at least 100 items. Sake drums and beer kegs stacked in a corner decorate the tiny dining room, which [...]

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Oumi Sasaya

WHY A simple, elegant noodle house where udon reigns. WHAT Udon is the neglected noodle in the Japanese canon, often overlooked in favor of ramen and even soba. But here it’s the sole focus. Oumi Sasaya imports its wheat flour and makes its noodles daily, a difference you can taste in the sesame chicken tempura [...]

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Suehiro Café

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WHY For good, inexpensive Japanese comfort food, especially udon, served late into the night. WHAT A Little Tokyo icon, Suehiro is a simple, affordable café that serves satisfying udon noodle soups, cold soba noodle dishes, bento-box meals and katsudon bowls. Extras include friendly service and a library of Japanese fashion magazines and manga. WHO City [...]

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Otafuku

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WHY The best soba noodles in the South Bay. Great izakaya, too. WHAT Noodles made by hand in small batches are the draw at this dinky, hard-to-find noodle and izakaya spot (hint: enter from the back parking lot). While it makes fine eel tempura, grilled steak and wild mushrooms over rice, the reason to drive [...]

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Patisserie Chantilly

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WHY Flawless French pastries with Japanese flair. WHAT Keiko Nojima’s creations are as cross-cultural as they are classic: delicate and refined pastries that seamlessly balance tradition and intercontinental innovation. Take the mactha roll, for example, alternating layers of green tea chiffon cake and chestnut cream topped with sweet azuki beans. Or the fabulous cream puffs [...]

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Kotosh

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WHY Intercontinental fusion food informed by 100 years of immigration. WHAT Born out of history, this quaint place is the culinary result of a century of Japanese immigration to Peru. Its success stems from its ability to take two disparate cuisines and forge a strong, seafood-based middle ground. On the Peruvian side of things, try [...]

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Maison Akira

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WHY Chef Akira Hirose, who trained with Joel Robuchon and has cooked at Citrus and L’Orangerie, brings his particular brand of culinary artistry to the French-Japanese restaurant that bears his name. WHAT Picture a townhouse on the Upper East side of Manhattan and you’ll have an idea of Maison Akira’s décor. Its quiet opulence—in the [...]

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Nanbankan

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WHY Trust your waiter and order the specials he recommends, perhaps corn, Australian lamb, mixed mushrooms, burdock rolled in pork, yaki onigiri (rice ball) and ninniku no me (garlic sprouts sautéed with mushrooms and scallops). Just make sure you get some of the amazing chicken wings. WHAT For three decades Nanbankan has been L.A.’s yakitori [...]

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Kagaya

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WHY Real shabu-shabu made with exceptional ingredients, notably the Wagyu beef. Best of all: When you finish cooking and eating your meat, seafood and veggies, they take the pot back to the kitchen and turn the now-rich broth into a heavenly thick soup with rice or udon. WHAT It’s a modest-looking place, and shabu-shabu (meat, [...]

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Itacho

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WHY Lovely small dishes—Japanese fried chicken, crab claws with cucumber, black cod with miso, braised eggplant—at reasonable prices given the quality. WHAT Years ago, in its original low-rent Hollywood location, this restaurant introduced izakaya (small plates) to Angelenos, who followed the place when it moved to this more stylish industrial space on Beverly. What’s on [...]

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