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8334 W. Third St. (Orlando Ave.) Send to Phone
An eclectic café with an awkward name, Food Court offers upscale versions of international food court fare from tacos to fried chicken to sashimi.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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: The name “Food Court LA” is meant as a joke, a take on the wildly eclectic, international array of foods available at the various food courts around the city. And although the joke may not quite hit the mark with Angeleno humor, the food at this food court---which is not a food court at all but a stylish, neighborhood café---is remarkably better than the name would imply. We like the daily changing Bento Box, offering a protein such as a curried chicken taco with a salad, side of the day and a mini dessert. For hearty appetites, there are American favorites like barbecue pork chops and fried chicken. Lighter bites include salads, sashimi and spring rolls. Dessert choices are limited, a bit of a disappointment compared with the rest of the menu, but the drinks list offers a number of creative cocktails.
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