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Azay

226 E. First St. (N. Los Angeles St.) Send to Phone
213-628-3431
Chef Akira Hirose's casual restaurant in Little Tokyo serves French and Japanese dishes.


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Open Tues.-Sun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Azay, Los Angeles, CA


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Azay Restaurant Review

: Azay in Little Tokyo is a casual restaurant from chef Akira Hirose, whom we admired for his compelling French cooking at since-shuttered Maison Akira in Pasadena. The menu offers both French and Japanese dishes, including croque monsieur (French ham and Gruyère on sourdough with béchamel sauce) and a daily bento with a protein, cha soba, seasonal vegetables, miso soup and rice.





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