Greater Los Angeles Restaurants
I really, really enjoyed my meal at Roscoe's. After my first bite I felt like I missed out all of these years! My friends raved about it but it never appealed to me. One reason for never trying it was the "chicken and waffles" combo. It baffled me. I take everything back. Taking a bite of salty chicken and then ...Popular withFoodiesAdventureTrendsters
THOSE WAFFLES. They must be 80% butter, 20% waffle. And I say that with absolutely no complaints. The chicken is amazing, too, but man, I dream about Roscoe's waffles! Bring your best table manners, or else the mamas will lecture you.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
- 311 reviews
Not exactly your prototypical breakfast place, but seriously... how can you not like Chicken and Waffles! The syrup at 'scoes is off the hook. If you don't feel like fried chicken, get the Jeanne Jones Omelette ... the richest omelet you'll ever have!Popular withFoodiesBusinessLocal
- 48 reviews
Love, love, love this place. Perfectly fried chicken, dipped in hot sauce and honey? Biscuits, buttery hotcakes with syrup, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob (admittedly, that last item needed butter/salt/pepper, or else it's just okay). One would almost, ALMOST compare this to Ad Hoc's...at least, since it's practically 500 miles away, this is the absolute best substitute. It's not ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetTrendsters
- 71 review
I’ve driven by Flossie’s so many times before, but never knew this amazing soul food restaurant existed there. It’s located in the plaza with the Baskin-Robbins. You can tell it’s a good place when you arrive at 11:50AM when they open at 12PM and there’s already a small group of people gathered by the door. Inside, the restaurant is small, ...
The staff at Maria's is always friendly and professional. This is a great place to go if you're craving reasonably priced homestyle Italian food. The fried calamari appetizer is absolutely delicious and the pasta dishes are always good. I've heard the pizzas are good too, but I haven't had a chance to try them yet since I always fall for ...
This little booth in the famous LA Farmer's Market has authentic Mediterranean cuisine made by authentic Mediterranean grandmas, many of which are working there! Good for breakfast, lunch or early dinner, you can food and sit outside enjoying the fresh air while you eat in the middle of the market.
Il Moro pulls of the rare feat of casual attitude in a fancy setting. The food falls under the fancy category, as do the prices, but there is no snobbery or high maintenance here. Lots of locals hold events here (graduation lunch, birthday dinner etc), so you know its damn good.