Are you dreaming of traveling around the world? Or are you food lovers? If yes is your answer, you gotta read this post, NOW!
Let’s admit Los Angeles is a “melting pot” of delicious food offerings. Almost every food from every different country is obtainable here. Something that you might not know is where to get those delish foods because simply there are too many restaurants out there! Living in L.A. gives you the opportunity to travel around the world by your car!
Now, in 7 days you will travel globally from Japan to Korea, to China, to Italy, to French, then go down to Brazil and last but not least, Mexico!
Fasten your seatbelt; these 7 restaurants will bring you right to their origin!
Their ramen is to die for! The soup is made from soy sauce and pork bones that are boiled nearly a full day. The result? Rich, creamy, buttery soup! They use kurobuta or black pork in their ramen that is so tender; they melt in your mouth! Don’t forget to try the boiled eggs soaked in a special sauce- not your everyday boiled eggs! Get ready for a long wait, though!
Address: 327 E 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
- Korea: Soowon Galbi KBBQ Restaurant
Why are they special? Their meats are very tender, juicy, and perfectly marinated. They use only the best quality meat. Their banchan (side dishes) is really good as well; they continually refill your banchan! The service they provide is exceptional; the serves come regularly to help you cook the meat- no burnt! The best out of all, the price is way lower than the quality they offer to you! Come and bring your friends; it’s really fun to grill your meat while chitchatting with your friends.
Address: 856 S Vermont Ave, Ste C, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Well, I don’t need to say much, do I? Adam Gertler from Food Network’s show noted their Slippery Shrimp dish “The Best Thing I Ever Ate . . . With Chopsticks.” The service is not the usual Chinese restaurants service; the servers are friendly and very helpful! Yes, there is a long wait most of the time, but for authentic Chinese food you can ever eat? Worth it!
Address: 819 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Portobello fries, fresh pizza dough, and fresh ingredients.. nothing beat them!Not to mention their to die for macarons! A bit pricey, but trust me, it’s worth it!
Address: 700 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Chic, fabulous, and yummy! When you decide to go to AOC, don’t forget to order the Arroz Negro with squid and saffron aioli. Be careful, the ink in the dish stains your teeth! But, oh gosh, you still need to try it! Their wine collection is amazing! Pair your wine with small dishes they offer! Bon appetite.
Address: 8700 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Say no more! Best quality meat blend with Brazilian spices and soaked in marinade of herbs, crispy on the outside with warm soft delicious on the inside cheese bread, and endless sides on the salad bar! Worth the price and the long wait.
Address: 133 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Nothing describe Mexican authentic food as real as Gloria’s café! Try their carne adobada for great seasoning and tender meat! Don’t forget to try their amazingly rich and flavorful seven seas soup! Great food!
Address: 10227 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Enough said. Start your engine and explore this amazing global food in a week! Forget about strict diet, they can wait!