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24 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles You Need to Eat at in 2020

n/naka is currently only open for pickup, with option of bento, kaiseki jūbako or 13-course kaiseki available via its Tock page.

You could say that the Netflix documentary Chef’s Table helped shine a spotlight on n/naka, but the Palms restaurant was already on the map, front and center. Chef-owner Niki Nakayama is a protégé of the legendary Morihiro Onodera (formerly of Mori Sushi and Inn Ann), though Nakayama focuses her talent on kaiseki: a classical style of Japanese cooking that dictates a specific progression of textures, temperatures, tastes and seasonal ingredients. À la carte is not an option, and when

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25 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles You Need to Eat at in 2020

n/naka is currently only open for pickup, with option of bento, kaiseki jūbako or 13-course kaiseki available via its Tock page.

You could say that the Netflix documentary Chef’s Table helped shine a spotlight on n/naka, but the Palms restaurant was already on the map, front and center. Chef-owner Niki Nakayama is a protégé of the legendary Morihiro Onodera (formerly of Mori Sushi and Inn Ann), though Nakayama focuses her talent on kaiseki: a classical style of Japanese cooking that dictates a specific progression of textures, temperatures, tastes and seasonal ingredients. À la carte is not an option, and when

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The 50 Best Things To Eat In LA – Iconic Foods – Bucket List

You know all the things you’ve gotta do in LA before you die, but what about all the things you’ve gotta eat before heading to the big traffic jam in the sky? Here’s our list of 50, from Apple Pan’s hickory burger to an ice cream sandwich at Diddy Riese.

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1. Chorizo breakfast burrito

Cofax Coffee Shop

Mid-Wilshire

It may only be less than a year old, but this small coffee shop’s chips-and-smoked-potato-laden breakfast burrito has become a defining member of the city’s hand-held tortilla-wrapped community.

2. #19

Langer’s Delicatessen

MacArthur Park

The most iconic pastrami sandwich in

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30 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles You Need to Eat at in 2020

There isn’t a more exciting place to eat right now than Los Angeles. While we’ve built our gastronomic reputation on incredible food trucks and off-the-beaten-path tacos, chefs are flocking to our fair city to take some serious risks, turning L.A. into even more of a culinary mecca. Our expert local critics and editors narrowed down the best of the city’s food scene—the freshest, most inventive and most memorable spots—right here in the Time Out EAT List.

At its core, the Los Angeles dining scene thrives on its diverse and welcome blend of internationally inspired and genre-bending cuisines, which creates some

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