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WHAT Devoutly organic, this truck (an offshoot of a catering company) brings a farm-to-plate aesthetic to the mobile cuisine scene, serving classy California fare—with prices to match: market-fresh green peas atop a brisket hash, waffles in real blueberry sauce. They’re famous for their lasagne cupcake, sheets of pasta that are dexterously layered in a cupcake [...]

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Roots Gourmet

WHY Latin-inspired café cuisine with a marina breeze. WHAT This strip mall café satisfies at all hours. At breakfast, it’s a cup of spiced Mexican coffee with the coconut oatmeal or oven-baked french toast stuffed with mascarpone. A mother-daughter duo have transformed the family’s Latin American roots into a vast, vegetarian-friendly, pan-Latin menu. At lunch, [...]

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Komodo

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WHAT Like Kogi, Komodo uses tortillas as a delivery system for Asian-influenced flavors, but instead of kim chee you’ll taste things like peanut sauce (on the soy tempeh salad), citrus-soy (in the Asian marinated chicken with stir-fried rice and mandarins) and cucumber (atop the Indonesian beef rendang). Bright flavors, quality ingredients and prices on the [...]

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A Plancha, Taco Joint

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WHY Just because you enjoy retail therapy on 3rd Street doesn’t mean you want to spend $30 for lunch. And sometimes you want a great taco. WHAT Pete White paid his dues (25 years!) at Poquito Mas, and at his solo venture he uses farmers’ market produce and quality seafood and meat to produce some [...]

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Gobi Mongolian BBQ House

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WHY Design-it-yourself one-bowl meals that are a couple of notches above the norm at most low-budget Mongolian barbecue joints. WHAT This style of cooking is neither Mongolian nor barbecue—it’s really a melding of Japanese teppanyaki cooking and Taiwanese flavors. Many of us Angelenos of a certain age remember the late great Col. Lee’s, where hungry [...]

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Tara’s Himalayan

WHY If only to give the yak dishes a try. WHAT Owner Tara Gurund Black traded her classical Nepalese dance career to helm this modest place, which turns out Indo-Chinese food from that mountainous region. The chicken-filled momos resemble Chinese pot stickers and taste vaguely Indian. There are lots of Indianesque vegetable and meat dishes, [...]

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Samosa House East

WHY To sup on Indian cooking so good you’ll forget you’re eating vegetarian. WHAT In a former Winchell’s, owners of the original Samosa House dish up their contemporary take on India’s vegetarian cuisine, often eschewing butter-based ghee for olive oil and replacing yogurt with ground nuts in some creamy sauces. The Mumbai-style street foods, such [...]

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Mumbai Ki Galliyon Se

WHY An unrivaled menu of Mumbai street food. WHAT Mumbai Ki Galliyon Se (literally ‘from the streets of Mumbai’) specializes in the street food of India’s largest city, a cosmopolitan menu of vegetarian curries, fritters, sandwiches and snacks. These are dishes you won’t find just anywhere: fried tapioca pearl patties, bowls of pulses and sprouted [...]

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Jay Bharat

WHY Inexpensive and excellent Gujarati food. WHAT One of Little India’s top chat shops, Jay Bharat is a standard-bearer on Pioneer Boulevard. And though you can eat well sampling the sweets and snacks, don’t ignore the precise Gujarati cooking. Everything is vegetarian—appetizers like the potato-patty slider pav vada and the pettis, a six-piece plate of [...]

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Bleecker Street

WHY Because there’s nothing like it in Tarzana: an upscale but casual spot serving the kind of food we like to eat. WHAT A couple of smart restaurateurs (they own 22 places around the country) opened Bleecker Street late in 2009, in affluent but restaurant-challenged Tarzana, and it took off like a rocket. The two-story, [...]

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