Antequera De Oaxaca
Los Angeles, CA 90038
LA Weekly's Description
The place specializes in botanas â bar munchies, more or less, served in a restaurant without alcohol. The botanas are assembled into a big combination plate for one, two or four people: crunchy balls of chorizo, dried beef, professional-strength slabs of fried pork rind, a tangle of shredded string cheese, Oaxacan chile relleno stuffed with a sweet-sour chicken stew, and chunky, rustic guacamole. The pace is just right. The dining room is pleasant. And the plate is enough for two or three hungry people. See full review.
Tips from foursquare
Try the memelitas and black bean burrito with Oaxacan string cheese. Their horchata with prickly pear is amazing!
The burrito with carne asada is great.
Very clean great good;)
Their clayuda: A thin tortilla is coated with a black bean spread & shredded quesillo, then toasted over an open flame. The smokey burnt bits of the tortilla yield a charming & subtle bitterness.
Leche quemada (burnt milk) sorbet is a pleasant surprise!!
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