Don’t spend much time in DTLA but we’re gonna check out the Van Gogh exhibit. Looking for a good, not too upscale place that is family friendly for dinner. Totally open on cuisine. I know its a broad question, but we really haven’t explored LA much and just starting to broaden out beyond the South Bay. I see all the quintessential restaurants that folks post about, but want to make sure it’s suitable for 8 - 14 yo’s who are well-behaved and love to eat.
I am also going to recommend Thai Town and Koreatown. Both are very family friendly. Depends I guess what the kiddos like because I have a big list for both neighborhoods lol spent a lot of time in both.
I am guessing the kiddos are more sophisticated than eating dino nuggets
Gonna have to do some research on a bunch of these. My kids are great eaters and we try to introduce them to as much as possible. They love a good pasta or steak, but can easily veer into most ethnic foods. I would love to do one of the Thai places but I think my wife is going to want to veer more Western cuisine.
So if I opt for Thai (which makes the most sense given we’ll have 5 kids in tow and more than anything I’m scared of my SIL who tends to go overboard with ordering, which means I have to find something a bit more reasonably priced), what is the recommendation? I feel like Luv2eat shows up the most on FTC and the menu looks like one that everyone in our party would be quite happy with.