Sunday, May 16, 2010

L.A. is for foodies

Mani's Bakery
Loved this little spot on Farifax that specializes in 'healthy versions of traditional foods...using less refined and organic ingredients.' The menu lists tons of vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, wheat free and egg free options (or items that can be turned into those things).
Also a good place to go if you have food allergies, they have a book listing every ingredient they use.

Cup of chicken noodle soup

Chili

Huevos over blackstones - black bean quinoa cakes and spinach


The Hungry Cat
A seafood restaurant known for their incredible burger. And it really was incredible.
Thanks to Stephen Amell for the recommendation.

Fried Oysters with an amazing thick piece of bacon and poached egg


Menchies Frozen Yogurt
You've got the ultimate power at Menchies. Unlike places like Pink Berry, where your yogurt is in the hands of the employees, Menchies - you take as much yogurt as you want, as many toppings as you want, and then see your damage when your cup is weighed.


The Standard
Good place for a low key meal, at any hour. The restaurant is open 24/7.


Kings Road Cafe
Good brunch spot and good place to spot celebs. We saw Eric Dane.


Katsuya
Your quintessential stylish Hollywood restaurant. The food was good but locals recommend going to the original Katsu-ya in Studio City.

Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna

Baked Crab Handroll

Lobster Dynamite Roll

Rock Shrimp Tempura Roll

Milk
The food wasn't anything special but it's a cute spot. Their ice cream sandwiches and drumsticks looked delicious.

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