Los Angeles is probably one of the best destinations in North America for nightclubs and nice restaurants. With its rich, dynamic diversity and ability to embrace wild ideas, it’s no wonder some of the food world’s best and brightest have decided to head West.
Now many restaurants have top-notch chefs from all over the world so they can compete with top Michelin restaurants.
Here is the list of top 5 best restaurants in Los Angeles.
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Don’t forget to look UP!! 🧡 We love this time of year when Chefs @wmanzke & @mlmanzke turn fruit into an incredible work of art! Hoshigaki is a traditional method of preserving persimmons that has been used in Japan for hundreds of years. Fresh Hachiya persimmons are peeled, air-dried by a sunny window, and massaged daily. The entire process takes up to a month or more and results in a delicious dried fruit that will be used in future dishes, savory and sweet! We’ll be posting progress photos over the next several weeks and we can’t see what our chefs do with the final product! Swipe 👉🏻 to catch a sweet #ManzkeMoment of this labor of love! _____ #RepubliqueLA #hoshigaki #dryingpersimmons #japanese #preservation #ceilingart #TeamManzke
This is one of the rare restaurants that not only serves a killer lunch and dinner but also treats brunch as a separate and equally important meal. This restaurant is very famous in Los Angles and you should book the table here at least 2-3 weeks in advance. Even though, this République serves top-notch the price list is pretty affordable.
The pork adobo fried rice? The duck confit chili? It’s by far the richest, boldest, most satisfying brunch on the West Coast.
This is the quiet, reflective sibling to the Las Vegas location’s reckless big brother. The intimate Japanese style restaurant focuses on its meats grilled over charcoal, but is notable for its sushi also. Save this one for a celebration: the food is high quality, with prices to match.
If you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine, you have to visit this restaurant in Los Angeles!
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@baroo_la is something else. Little hole-in-the-wall joint in Little Armenia, LA. The infusions, the depth, the quality of ingredients, the traditional and experimental pickling, fermentations, and sauces they make in-house, the harmony of subtle flavors— not what I expected at all given the nondescript store and blank signage out front. Worth the trip at least once! Given the demographics of the neighborhood, success may be limited but I can see this store holding its own were it located alongside fine dining establishments.
What Baroo lacks in flavor and, let’s be honest, service with only two wait staff, it more than makes up for in flavor. With the number of awards it’s received we can’t claim it’s LA’s best-kept secret, but you’ll still feel in the company of die-hard foodies over housemade kombuchas, and the city’s best rice bowl. It’s the neighborhood lunch spot we wish we had.
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At Felix, “the Vatican of handmade pasta,” LA takes a break from its no-carb policy to revere the masters creating unique cuts of Italian pasta by hand. Kick off your meal with a knockout Negroni, moving onto fried squash blossoms but saving room for tonnarelli cacio e pepe, with pasta slightly and satisfyingly thicker than spaghetti. Welcome to the next level.
If Italian cuisine is your passion – don’t miss the opportunity to visit this amazing place!
In the heart of Downtown’s dining corridor, pulsing with life is a small restaurant with a big heart. Little Sister is one of the best restaurants in Los Angeles. Little Sister’s crowd, typically young and adventurous, come for authentic Southeast Asian dishes washed down with beer and wine.
We order the imperial rolls with shrimp and taro root, glass noodles in chili lime sauce and you’ll be dreaming about for weeks.
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Mykhailo Andriichuk writes for Chillwall about exciting events, food, art and breathtaking places all over the world.