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You can never be bored when it comes to food in L.A. You can get practically any cuisine that you can come up with and there's never a part of Los Angeles that you can be in without at least a dozen food places in the nearby radius. Apart from the dozens of fast-food joints all around, there are some really good restaurants worth the trip if you're in the neighbourhood. We start of with the south Bay City area, with the first restaurant; Seaside Palace. Located on 3720 Sepulveda Blvd, Seaside Palace is one place to go to for good Persian Cuisine. Their prices are a little upmarket but with their big portions and delicious food, it's worth every buck you spend here for quality Persian food. Are you in the mood for sandwiches and burgers? Big Mike's Philly steaks, located on 507 Main St. do just the trick with their famous authentic Philly cheese steaks. If you prefer a more traditional type of burger, try Burgers Etc on 130 Main St. Huge burgers at 1/2 the price you'd usually pay and with extremely big portions that would probably have you leaving with extra take out bags. Moving on to downtown L.A where you'll find Cicada located on 617 S. Olive St. This fine dining Italian restaurant's romantic atmosphere provides a perfect setting especially popular for celebrating a birthday or anniversary. Another Italian restaurant in the downtown area would be Capperi on 318 E 2nd St. that offer a great Italian menu with fresh piping hot pizza's and their famous tiramisu which is a must-try. If you're in the mood for Asian cuisine, Paul's Kitchen and Charm Thai Cuisine would be two to not miss out. Paul's Kitchen, which serves Chinese food at reasonable value is located on 1012 S San Pedro St and has been getting raves for years. Charm Thai Cuisine, located on 406 W Cesar E Chavez Ave, is as the name suggests, a Thai Restaurant which apparently serves the best spicy food in town. On to the Hollywood area which is believed to serve some of the best Japanese food in Los Angeles. Try Jinpachi, located on 8711 Santa Monica Blvd or Ta-ke sushi on 8866 W Sunset Blvd, both on the pricey end, yet boasting freshness and quality in their sushi. If you want Japanese but are on a budget, try Mika on 8500 W 3rd St. Great sushi at cheap prices, Mika is known to have a down-to-earth warmth about it all while keeping up with the L.A style.

Orson Johnson writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing Los Angeles vacation accommodation and World vacation Rentals.


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