This place has been around for many years. It was my first experience in tasting bagels when I moved to L.A. This is the predecessor to Noah's. Their bagels are fresh and tasty. Their bagel sandwiches are awesome. It was here that I first experienced bagel and salmon together.
I recommend to all those who love fresh baked bagels.
Mrs. Beasley's is one of the best kept secrets in L.A. From the cupcakes, muffins, and the bars to the cakes - everything they make is absolutely marvelous.
This is not your run of the mill bakery either. Their decorated cakes are absolutely fantastic. The full sheet lemon and chocolate cake is the best and one of the favorites for our family parties.
I recommend this bakery to anyone looking for great homemade like baked goods.
Love the cakes and pastries. Because I love the taste of homemade, Jamaica's is one of my favorite bakeries. Eating one of their baked goods is like eating freshly baked goods from Mama's oven.
I recommend the wedding cakes to anyone getting married. After tasting one of her wedding cakes at a friend's wedding, I was inspired to visit the shop to see if their other baked goods were as good.
Great food, but we have to get past the bread! One of the best experiences I've had in Italian cuisine. The restaurant was more than I expected - pastas al dente, Italian at its best. Did I mention the breadsticks? They are addictive. Too much of this before your meal and you won't be able to do justice to your food.
I recommend this to any Italian food lovers.
One of the best in Beverly Hills. This is haute cuisine at it's best. I love the ceviche with a twist - avocados - mmm, my favorite.
Frida's is not your run of the mill Mexican restaurant. Their food is tasty and well presented. The ambiance is also very colorful. It lives up to the name it takes on - Frida Kahlo - a very exciting, intriguing and colorful artist whose paintings are very bold and vibrant. That's what the food reminds me of: vibrant and colorful tastes and aromas. I recommend this restaurant to those who love great Mexican food. You'll be in for a treat.
Crustacean certainly takes the cake when it comes to Vietnamese food. Going to the restaurant is not only a culinary delight, but you also get to experience the decor - the Koi fishes in the floor aquarium - watch your step!
The food is excellent and the service is one of the best I've experienced. You have not tasted good Vietnamese cuisine if you don't go to Crustacean. It is worth every single dollar!
El Cholo has been around for years and with so much competition, it is not hard to figure out why it is still one of the best in L.A. I love its select menu, but the Margaritas are the bomb!
I also love their melt in your mouth tamales. It is still one of my favorites for family gathering.
Wonderful food! I love the whole ambiance and the dancing is a plus! This is a great restaurant to get your eats and exercise on. I highly recommend it.
The restaurant was not what I'd expected. I was transported to the Caribbean by it's decor. The food was good. Their Trinidadian dishes are worth every penny and it's not an expensive meal either. I would recommend to anyone who hasn't tried Trini food to come experience this cuisine.
The breakfast is great and more than you can eat! I recommend you get there early, though, for the waiting time gets very long if you're not there early enough!