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De bedste restauranter i Sawtelle Japantown, Los Angeles

Gastropub
$$
“It's a good place to watch the game and the bartenders are friendly. Drink and food specials during the big games and the food is legit. Jindori fried chicken with apricot dip. Epic. ”
54 lokale anbefaler
Noodle House
$
“Best Ramen in LA. Be prepared to wait some time for your food but it is worth it.”
27 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
$
“Pretty good ramen. Cheap, 20 min. walk, but long-lines (30-60 min. wait) during peak hours.”
33 lokale anbefaler
Sushi Restaurant
$$
“Old school. Looking for a crazy roll with deep fried bits & cream cheese?!?! Don't go here. This is a very traditional, classic Japanese restaurant. They do not have "Special Rolls". They have sushi, sashimi & other Japanese classics such as teriyaki or tempura.”
24 lokale anbefaler
Noodle House
$
“Famous Japanese ramen and grill-section items. Open late and relatively cheap. It is a 20-25 minute walk.”
14 lokale anbefaler
Noodle House
$
“This stretch of Sawtelle Blvd. is a little Japan town. Lots of great ramen and Japanese food. Cool little shops too. Tsujita is great but there are lots of other options.”
11 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
$
“Best dimsum place. I like it even more than Din Tae Fung. Get the Shae Long Bao!”
12 lokale anbefaler
Vietnamese Restaurant
$
“This is where I go to get my pho fix. Their Bom Bu Hue is also very delicious. ”
13 lokale anbefaler
American Restaurant
$$
“Happy hour fried chicken? Yes please! Beautiful outdoor patio and parking in the lot next door. Great selections for wine and beer and comfort food in a relaxing setting.”
10 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“around $3 per plate ( in my opinion it's the best sushi in town) there's 2 location within walking distance to each other and only a small Uber ride from my location. small street with tons of options on the same street all door to door from each other. Also Karaoke across the street so I tagged live music below.”
6 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
$
“simple allure of beautifully prepared salads, hearty braised meats, satisfying sandwiches, decadent desserts, and of course, thirst-quenching lemonades.”
4 lokale anbefaler
Japanese Restaurant
$$
“From LAist: FURAIBO FuRaiBo is an izakaya, a type of Japanese restaurant specializing in small plates of bar food to go along with your sake or beer. This means you can load up on literally dozens of dishes if you bring enough people for a meal. Hopefully, someone will be brave enough to share the chicken yakitori skewer set that wastes no part of the chicken. The liver and hearts might be a little daunting, but you'll be surprised to learn that the gizzard is quite tasty even if a little tough. The wings are still pretty good if you're not the adventurous type. Don't forget to get the hanpen cheese, deep fried fish cakes filled with molten American cheese like it's some sort of stealth weapon designed to burn the roof of your mouth; or the chawanmushi, a savory, egg custard with a soft flavor and texture.”
7 lokale anbefaler
Dessert Shop
$
“Decadence at its finest. Get the donut with Ube ice cream or the bread pudding. ”
8 lokale anbefaler
Bar
$$$
“They have a great Happy Hour menu from 5 to 7 every day - with Japanese tapas in their outdoor patio.”
9 lokale anbefaler
Noodle House
$$
“There's Tsujita and then Tsujita annex across the street. Yes they are different, but will vary depending on person which is better. You'll have to taste for yourself ”
3 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“A fun place to bring the family to eat some good sushi. The kids will love grabbing the sushi right off the conveyor belt that goes around and around. The wait can be really long, so reserve your table ahead of time.”
9 lokale anbefaler