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Southern Mini Town

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WHY The spot-on cooking at this supremely nondescript place is something no food lover will want to miss. WHAT With small appetizer plates of Shaoxing wine-marinated blue crab, red-cooked Jia Xing duck and cool jade celery seasoned with sesame oil, plus a few orders of satisfying pastries and dumplings, you might be tempted to forgo [...]

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Jitlada

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WHY Such amazing specialties as the yam priaw dawng (pickled crab salad), soft-shell crab curry and crispy morning glory stems with shrimp and fried shallot slices. WHAT Over the last few years Jazz Singsanong and her chef brother, Suthipom, have turned one of Thai Town’s better restaurants into a destination dining spot, thanks to her [...]

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Chang’s Garden

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WHY Eat like a Shanghai connoisseur, starting with wonderful lotus-leaf-wrapped pork ribs. WHAT Chef Henry Chang’s cooking represents both the ethereal and earthy sides of Shanghainese food. The shrimp sautéed with Dragon Well tea has the fresh tastes of spring, and his delicate Westlake soup of shredded yellowfish in a pale broth captures the essence [...]

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Renu Nakorn

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WHY Robustly seasoned and beautiful food: jackfruit curry with pork, khao soi curry with noodles and chicken, an incendiary papaya salad, lemongrass-infused Isaan sausages and much, much more. WHAT Anxious fans can breathe easy—the destination Isaan-style Thai restaurant is back after a major (and much-needed) remodel, and it’s still worth the drive to Norwalk. The [...]

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Julienne

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WHY Signature rosemary bread for toast and sandwiches, not one but two great bacon offerings (applewood smoked and candied) on the breakfast menu and killer chocolate-mint brownies in the dessert case. Plus fantastic takeout baskets for the plane or the Hollywood Bowl. WHAT Breakfast or lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming [...]

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Caioti Pizza Café

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WHY Superb salads (try the Humble Salad, a romaine wedge with bacon, goat cheese and roma tomatoes, or the ‘The’ salad, said to induce labor in pregnant women) and Caioti’s rightly famed individual pizza; don’t forget to order some garlic rolls, too. WHAT Ed LaDou may have shuffled off this mortal coil, but the California [...]

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Tommy’s

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WHY For the chili burger and chili dog that have captivated three generations of Angelenos. WHAT It’s a rite of passage that every self-respecting young Angeleno experiences—drink too much, stay out too late, and then go to Tommy’s at 3 a.m. for a greasy chili burger. We prefer the chili dog, but we’re getting too [...]

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Partamian Armenian Bakery

WHY Devotees drive an hour for their lahmajune, aka Armenian pizza. WHAT This longstanding center of Armenian food culture in L.A. is now owned by two Mexican bakers—the devoted employees to whom Abraham Partamian left the business in his will. The lahmajune is as good as ever, and it does the heart good to see [...]

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The Grill on the Alley

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WHY The Cobb and Caesar salads, and the chance to sit in the same room with the people who greenlit the movie your kids saw last weekend. WHAT This clubby institution offers an old-school menu (shrimp cocktail, chicken pot pie, meatloaf) to its power-lunching Hollywood faithful. Even though some of the lunch-hour heat has migrated [...]

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Urasawa

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WHY For an omakase meal of astonishing complexity, diversity and luxury. WHAT If you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it—so we can’t afford it. L.A.’s most expensive sushi restaurant (and that’s really saying something) requires an outlay of what would be a month’s rent in some parts of the country. [...]

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