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La Food Guide - 15 Must Hit Places | 5 Must-Try Japanese Food Experiences - At Up-Tube.com

LA Food Guide - 15 Must Hit Places 5 Must-Try Japanese Food Experiences 10 months ago   14:39

Matt's Travel Tips
I travel the world on my stomach...and LaLaLand has some of the best offerings of any city in the states. So come with me as I show you 15 of my personal favorite places in LA to feed your face-place.

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Casual / Cheap Eats

1) Guerrilla Tacos
Location Changes Daily

2) El Chato Taco Truck
Corner of Olympic & La Brea
(Miracle Mile)

3) Guelaguetza
3014 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006
(Koreatown)

4) Grand Central Market
317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013
(Downtown)

5) Langer’s Deli
704 S Alvarado St, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(MacArthur Park)

6) Porto’s Bakery & Cafe
315 N Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91203
(Burbank)

7) Natas Pastries
13317 Ventura Blvd #D, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
(Sherman Oaks)

8) Farmers Market
6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036
(The Grove)

9) Night + Market (Song)
3322 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
(Silver Lake)
2nd location:
9043 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
(West Hollywood)

Mid-Range (Hipster Attire Recommended but not Required)

10) Soot Bull Jeep
3136 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90005
(Koreatown)

11) Jitlada
5233 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
(Thai Town)

12) Sugarfish
Multiple Locations

13) Animal
435 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA
(Fairfax)

Mr. Fancypants

14) Petit Trois
718 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
(Hollywood)

15) Bestia
2121 E 7th Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90021
(Downtown)

Special Thanks to:
Chris Laxamana (Co-host/producer)
Adam Katzner (camera work/DP)
David Katzner (Producer)
Bryan Steele (Producer)
(Aerial footage by Chris Laxamana)

Comments 557 Comments

Wurld Film Productions
Can I come from this watch to see me my butt
Talia S
not very good list
Orpheuss Orpheuss
World WIDE TACOS!!! Better than any Mexican restaurant I ever been to!! Over 50- types of Tacos! You never have to hunt for the meat, it’s in your face! King blvd, about 7-blocks east of Crenshaw!
jessica pedroza
@6:29 literally crack being placed on top.
Edgard Martinez
obviously good video, but no ones happy, theres so much food in LA, and everyone has there favorite you know. But talking on mexican food, pretty much all mexican food is good, people that make it are mexican so its good, and you'll find more than a few really good places out there to eat, i mean shit on a friday night just drive by East LA, and you'll find so many mexican taco stands.


The best tacos are the ones you eat outside, standing up, drinking a coke, horchata, chilling with your homies/friends/family, adding as much salsa as you can, having the taco breath, thats what makes it special and mexican
Edgard Martinez
portos overrated ass. those are for latinos trying to be all white and shit, thinking there eating fancy. fuck that give me a pan dulce from northgate.
Ashley Andrews
You are so delightful!! I hope you gain many more followers so that you can have better on the ground audio one day!
petunia
PORTOS,, THE BEST IN TOWN!!
petunia
Hey!!! Those are NOT MEXICAN TACOS..but fusion food!!
Mark Bunao
If you’re a fan of spaghetti go to andres on fairfax and 3rd. Best spaghetti I’ve ever had in my life.
Rob Abreu
stay away from anything downtown its probably roach and rat infested
Carole Talaway
Dupar's pies & pancakes. Philipe's for French dip & great potato salad. I can attest to Grand Central's Roast to Go and Langer's. I was born in LA in '46 so I've seen restaurants come & go. A new one comes along and becomes the rave for a couple months until a newer hipper one takes over. 3rd street, Melrose have many great places.
Jacqueline Rivera
Neptune Net... PCH north of Malibu!
Philippe's Downtown LA
angie brieno
Boys burgers is the best! Off of florence and holmes
ab de jesus
Started to doubt your judgement the moment you included the overhyped eggslut.
Matthew Hoffman
Great list but Philippe's Home of the Original French Dip Sandwiches should also have made your list. A must do everytime I visit LA
Geo Quiroz
Best tacos LA BIRRIA
Emily Jones
A lot of the list he miss couple of key non fancy places for tacos and saritas Pupuseria are the worst. Pupusas i ever had being a salvadoreña I know my food
cayogator
i figure that dudes who wear a skull over their ears dont know shit about tacos....
David Kim
Sugar fish is alright. Need to go to sushi gen or Hama sushi in lil tokyo
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5 Must-Try Japanese Food Experiences LA Food Guide - 15 Must Hit Places 10 months ago   14:39

Japanese Food is awesome, and the overall dining experience is just as fun. If you are looking for places to eat in Tokyo, here are five great Japanese food experiences that I love while living in Tokyo.

1. Japanese Grill (Robata) - You sit around a few men who cook all of the meat and vegetables right in front of you on a grill. You just point to what you want and they grab it with their giant wooden spatulas.

2. Ramen - My favorite Japanese food, and perhaps the most well recognized Japanese dish apart from sushi. There are hundreds of places to choose from in Tokyo, each with their own rendition of the classic. One spot where you can get a large variety of options is on "Ramen Street" in the lower level of Tokyo Station.

3. Yakitori - Meat and veggies on sticks, cooked over a similar grill as the Robata, Yakitori is a favorite among Tokyo residents because it's fast and goes great with beer. The most famous area for Yakitori in Tokyo is down "Memory Lane" or "Piss Alley" just outside the Shinjuku Train Station.

4. Chanko Nabe - The ultimate in gluttony for a normal civilian, but a necessary bulking strategy for up-and-coming sumo wresters in the Ryogoku neighborhood of Tokyo. There are many different versions of this massive stew, and they are all aggressive and delicious.

5. Conveyor Belt Sushi - As I mention in the video, there are a million different ways sushi is served in Tokyo. One of the most fun methods is by way of the conveyor belt sushi.

*Bonus* - Convenient stores such as FamilyMart, Lawson's, and 7 Eleven are a major part of Japanese Food culture in Tokyo. People are busy and need a quick meal, so I wanted to take you around real quick and show you what's inside!
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