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Cheap eats can be found in just about every corner of Los Angeles. From corner-stand taquerias to noodle houses, hot dogs shops, pizza parlors and more, there's a lot of bang for your buck when it comes to lunch or dinner in LA. A bargain doesn't have to mean skimping on size or flavor, however. Here are 10 dishes you can get for $10 or less, from Indian to Korean to traditional German.
Carnitas Tacos at Tacos Tumbras a Tomas
From wood-fired pizza to messy egg-topped sandwiches (even high-end meat counter Belcampo has a $5 burger), you can eat for less than $10 at just about every stall in the Grand Central Market. But when it comes to more meat for the buck, the massive tacos at this long-standing taco stand take the cake. The guys behind the counter pile two large tortillas with the most tender pork imaginable, plus salsa, cilantro and onions. There’s so much meat that they even give you a couple extra tortillas, so it’s like getting four tacos in one.
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