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Black and white accents, trendy orb-shaped light fixtures and dark wood furniture lend Baldoria a sleek look. This casual diner where the emphasis is on creative shared plates and craft cocktails is a welcome addition to Little Tokyo's dining scene. Meat lovers and vegetarians alike will find their tasty bite options and pizzas very tempting. Savor their dishes like Fried Shortrib Ravioli and Smashed Fingerlings. Or dig into their delicious pizzas such as Wild Funghi Conserva and Mrs. Croque. Enjoy their happy hours over cocktails like Bay of Pigs and Nessie’s Bath Water. Their bar also stocks a curated list of fine spirits, wine, bottled beer and draft beer.
If you are craving for some authentic Japanese food then Sushi Enya is your stop. It is located in the Little Tokyo neighborhood. The restaurant is known for using fresh ingredients and have an extravagant food and drinks menu which includes sushi, seafood, sake, and Japanese beer. The restaurant has an everyday special and omakase course made by the head chef which is expensive and takes a minimum of two hours to prepare; but it is recommended if you truly are a Japanese cuisine lover. If you are vegetarian or vegan do not worry, Sushi Enya has got it covered. The interiors are bright and simple, making the diners feel relaxed and at ease.
Shabu Shabu House Restaurant appeals to trendy young people eager to try new dining adventures, as well as older people who have been coming here for years. The room is contemporary and patrons sit at a round bar with high stools. The only requirement for dining at this venue is that you must be very adept at handling chopsticks - you will need to use them to swish your plate of raw veggies, noodles and beef in boiling broth until they're cooked. That's right, you are cooking your own meal, and once it's done, you are ready.
Kula Revolving Sushi Bar stands out from the manifold sushi restaurants dotting Little Tokyo due to its unique concept. Here, after paying a set price, guests can pick and choose food from a conveyor belt that is constantly revolving. Items not placed on the belt can be ordered separately. Patrons can savor dishes such as Tuna Yukke, Crunch Roll, Salmon Skin Hand Roll, Spicy Scallop Hand Roll, Red Crab Roll, Salmon Belly and Red Snapper Sushi. With its inexpensive prices, this is more of a fast food joint with contemporary sushi recipes than a fine dining sushi establishment.
Oomasa, with its charming bar counter, is a great place to savor authentic sushi served in true Japanese style. The bar is partially covered by a wooden screening with ornate patterns, creating an Asian aura, which might almost make you forget you are in Los Angeles. Their menu includes Miso soup prepared from deep-fried shrimp heads, Hamachi Belly, Salmon Shioyaki, Monk Fish Liver, Tsukimi Noodles and Nigirizushi platters. With its delicious tempura, sashimi and sushi rolls, this eatery has developed a set of loyal clientele in the neighborhood.
Café Dulcé, as its name suggests, is a charming bakery and coffee shop in Little Tokyo, with charming interiors and patio seating. It is popular for its green tea donut and spirulina churro. Guests can enjoy a selection of cakes with beautiful decorations, sandwiches, brick toast, roti buns and home-made baguettes. Its donuts are available in a variety of flavors like fruits, bacon, custard and cream. It also boasts of a selection of milk tea and iced coffee infused with Hong Kong or Vietnamese flavors. A favorite with kids and adults alike, this is a great place for a cup of coffee and delicious confectioneries without paying a bombshell.