LA Restaurant Hot Takes

I enjoy Chichen Itza more than Holbox.

Your turn

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i enjoy holbox more than guerrilla tacos

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Felix isn’t that great

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Shake shack > In N Out

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nyc sushi > la sushi

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Whoa whoa whoa

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n/naka is overrated and a waste of money

Bestia and Bavel aren’t worthy of the hype (with the exception of their pita)

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Tacos 1986 isn’t worthy of the hype (disclaimer: never tried them when they were using charcoal instead of gas grill)

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… I’d rather eat at Little Caesars.

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Is LA going downhill with the hot chicken , pizza craze ? What would you like to see happen next other than reruns.

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Lakers > Clippers

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I died when I saw this

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For those of us that lunch at GCM:

Villa Moreliana > Tacos Tumbras a Tomas

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I just died a bit inside. I’ve had no interest to visit the brick and mortar, didn’t even know they’re off charcoal now.

I remember joking with Joy that I bet he just wants to be in the streets and not locked in some kitchen and he agreed fully

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These basic churro places make me happier than any doughnut shop

Echo park

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The Picnic Tuna Sandwich weekend special at R+D is the best tuna salad in LA

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Lucky Boy’s breakfast burrito is disgusting. It’s just loads of steamed hash browns and overly large, with no balance on the fillings.

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what’s R+D? big fan of tuna… i still have dreams of making the perfect pan bagnat

LA tasting menus on average are more expensive than SF and NY tasting menus. Which is ridiculous imo.

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R+D Kitchen in Santa Monica. It’s a Hillstone Group restaurant.