Grand Central Market | Press Coverage | The New York Times | By Shivani Vora The Tastiest Food in Town Is Inexpensive The city’s most delicious restaurants are some of the most affordable, Mr. Ilves said.
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5 Tips for a Luxury Trip to Los Angeles on a Budget
May 03, 2018

By Shivani Vora

The Tastiest Food in Town Is Inexpensive

The city’s most delicious restaurants are some of the most affordable, Mr. Ilves said. Howlin’ Rays, for example, serves Nashville style fried chicken and is known for its hourlong lines. Grand Central Market, in the Downtown area, is home to an array of popular food vendors including La Tostaderia, serving Mexican ceviche, and Sticky Rice, serving an array of Thai dishes.

Other options: the Montebello area, situated just outside of the city, has excellent Chinese food including dim sum. Sawtelle Boulevard, in West L.A., is lined with Japanese restaurants including ones serving ramen and sushi, and Mid-Wilshire is full of great Korean joints.

 

 

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