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Teishokuya Of Tokyo is a casual Japanese restaurant that offers diners a selection of traditional Japanese dishes. The menu draws inspiration from throughout Japan and is composed of a variety of dishes, including sushi, sashimi, udon, soba noodle dishes, entrées, salads and more. Some popular favorites include the donburi, the avocado and tuna bowl, and the miso soup. The restaurant also offers an impressive selection of saki, Japanese beer and soju as perfect complements to your meal.
Hama Sushi is always bustling with patrons due to the popularity that this sushi bar enjoys in the Little Tokyo neighborhood. It is especially frequented for its Red Snapper sushi, replete with a tinge of lemon. Their sushi and sahimi is also offered in varieties such as Tuna Toro, Yellowtail Collar, Monk Fish Liver, Uni, Albacore Sashimi, Shrimp Tempura Roll and Salmon Handroll. The appealing visual presentation of the platters, with green leafy garnish, only serves to increase one's appetite. It is better to approach this restaurant by public transport as it might be difficult to find a parking spot.
Orleans & York Deli belongs to the popular chain of restaurant which was once a dream of the now famous restaurateur, Sami Othman. This restaurant entices your taste buds with scrumptious local flavors to indulge in. Try the delicious po-boys or enjoy Gumbo Mumbo, sandwiches or other delicacies from their menu which have been loved by their regulars. You will be surprised by the generous quantity offered at affordable rates. A self-service restaurant, Orleans & York Deli is a great spot to hop on to for a quick bite on a busy day.
Eggslut, as its name suggests, uses eggs in every dish, thus transcending the concept of an egg as only a breakfast item. The kitchen serves items like the Gaucho, which is a tri-tip Wagyu steak stuffed in between a warm Brioche bun then topped with egg, Chimichurri, red onions and dressed Arugula. Other options include an Egg Salad sandwich that uses a honey-mustard aioli or the Bailey Biscuit, the delectable home-made biscuit made-from-scratch. It is just one of the many excellent eateries inside Grand Central Market.
Oft credited with the foundation of California cuisine, chef Mark Peel is the brains behind this casual eatery at the historic Grand Central Market. Broth-based dishes cooked in steam kettles form the core of the seafood-focused menu, with flavorful options like fish stew, clam chowder and curried shrimp to choose from. Alongside these you'll find a few sandwiches, salads and grain bowls as well. The menu is succinct yet packed with oodles of flavor, keeping diners coming back for seconds and thirds. To help quench your thirst, iced tea, lemonade and bottled water can be purchased is also sold here.
DTLA Cheese, as its name suggests, sells a wide variety of cheese sourced from all over the globe, from Italy and France to the individual states of America. It is a charming shop nestled in Downtown Los Angeles. If you get intimidated by the sheer varieties and names of the cheese, its helpful staff will guide you through the bewildering maze. This shop is replete with Habenero Cheddar, Humboldt Fog and Hook's Cheddar among other kinds of cheese. It also serves as a restaurant and offers light snacks such as Ham and Cheese Melt, Brussel Sprouts Salad, Pork Loin and Salami Sandwich.