The 25 Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Spring 2014

The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.


Hakkasan – Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills branch of the trendy Chinese restaurant Hakkasan, which originated in London.
Recommended dish: Roasted silver cod with Champagne.

Full review and rating of Hakkasan restaurant in Beverly Hills.



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The Hart & the Hunter
 – Los Angeles, Melrose/Fairfax

The Hart & the Hunter

Casual restaurant offering imaginative, shareable plates.
Recommended dish: Hanger steak topped with fried oysters,

Full review and rating of The Hart & the Hunter in the Melrose/Fairfax area in Los Angeles.


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 – West Hollywood

Chef Brian Malarkey has brought Herringbone to Los Angeles.
Recommended dish: Whole fish ceviche.

Full review and rating of Herringbone in West Hollywood.



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La Brea Bakery Café 
–  Los Angeles, Mid-City

La Brea Bakery Cafe

La Brea Bakery Café features baked goods plus a menu of salads, sandwiches, pizzas and more.
Recommended dish: Twice-baked almond croissant.

Full review and rating of La Brea Bakery Café in Mid-City Los Angeles.



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Little Sister
 –  Manhattan Beach

Pork spring rolls

Southeast Asian cuisine in a casual setting in downtown Manhattan Beach.
Recommended dish: Grilled pork spring rolls with red leaf lettuce, mint, carrot and cucumber.

Full review and rating of Little Sister in Manhattan Beach.



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One thought on “The 25 Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Spring 2014”

  1. Why is it always that these lists that come out about great restaurants in LA, they’re all located on the west side of LA. there are great restaurants north/south/east of LA. these lists needs to cover a broad spectrum of LA to show off what makes LA great, it’s diversity.

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