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Chinese Food Los Angeles

Mr. Fish Szechuan Bistro Steamed Eggs with Clams [CLOSED]

Despite the fact that I cover restaurants for a living, my in-laws have always shown less confidence in my ability to find good food than anybody else in my life, not to mention complete...
Korean Food Los Angeles

Baroo Karma Circulation

If any Los Angeles restaurant has built up karma, it’s Baroo, a tiny spot from chef Kwang Uh and business partner Matthew Kim that preaches fermentation in an unassuming strip mall, but has earned...
Japanese Food Los Angeles

Rice Man Bacon Egg Omusubi

The Mar Vista Farmers Market has a surprisingly large number of compelling prepared food vendors. Every Sunday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m, you’ll find bakeries, dumpling makers, yogurt crafters, and more. In February,...
Breakfast Richmond

Perly’s Country Ham & Egg Biscuit

Perly’s is a classic Richmond diner with purple walls, classical music, a row of two-seat booths down the middle, pottery on shelves, and a vintage gold cash register. Gray Wyatt’s place, named for one...
Breakfast Sandwich Los Angeles

Sycamore Kitchen Egg and Chorizo Sandwich

The Sycamore Kitchen, the fast casual concept from Hatfield’s chef-owners Karen Hatfield and husband Quinn, has captured the imagination of Mid-City Los Angles denizens thanks to industrial chic design and refined, California-inflected takes on...
Chinese Food Los Angeles

Sugar Spice Cafe Thousand Year Old Egg Tofu Salad [CLOSED]

The thought of eating a 1000-year-old egg salad doesn’t exactly inspire confidence, but if it’s by design, then so be it. The famous Chinese creation, also known as century egg, is created when a...