Thursday, November 25, 2004

West LA around Pico

The Apple Pan
10801 W. Pico Blvd., 310-475-3585
Old old school burger joint and subject of controversy. I really like it, though bbq sauced Hickory burger is less fine than regular. Pie is good with ice cream from same supplier as Disneyland according to counterdude - woohoo!

John O'Groats
10516 W Pico Blvd , 310-204-0692
Killing breakfast, huge lines befitting best on Westside status. Also try fish and chips.

Junior's
2379 Westwood Boulevard 310.475.5771
Pricey but famous deli with good pastrami sandwich.

Torafuku
10914 W Pico Blvd (310) 470-0014
White rice is the specialty at this Japanese place - avoid sushi and get one of the tremendous specials from the Japanese traditional menu. On Pico. Onigiri/rice ball recommended.

Aroma Cafe
2350 Overland south of Pico 310 836 2919
Awesome Bosnian outpost for cevapi/grilled sausage kebab, flaky pastry bureks and soured cream called kajmak. High quality all around!

1 Comments:

Anonymous nosh said...

My favorite cheap lunch in W.L.A. is Cheng Du (formerly Chung King) on the south side of Pico between Sawtelle and Barrington. Lunch specials under $5, a buck more for shrimp dishes. Outstanding hot'n'sour soup, egg roll, rice, and goodsized entrees -- I like the Mongolian beef, the shrimp with garlic sauce, and the pork w/ broccoli al a Cheng Du. Parking alongside the restaurant.

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