Pan-Asian in Los Angeles
1 review2006 Sawtelle Blvd. | West L.A.
Orris, sometimes described as an Asian "tapas bar,'' is a marriage between California casual and the Japanese izakaya, a great place to drop in for a beaker of daiginjo sake and a plate or two of... More on Orris »
18605 S. Western Ave. | South Bay
Lovers of all things Hawaiian flock to The Local Place, a cafe just off the 405 freeway in Torrance. A side venture of the bustling King's Hawaiian bread-makers, the lines at The Local Place are... More on The Local Place »
1 review1949 Westwood Blvd. | West L.A.
Feast From the East specializes in many variations of Asian cuisine, including Japanese, Chinese and Korean. Give one of the signature entrees a try, such as the chicken teriyaki, the sesame... More on Feast From The East »
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