Anything to eat near The Bridge?
Heading out to see, yes, Snakes on a Plane at the Bridge tonight. Anything great to eat around there? Or are we doomed to dine at Islands?
Pann's is just down Centinela.
El Tarasco in Westchester
Ayara Thai Cuisine
Bilal Indian Cuisine
Well, whatever you had, I'm sure it was better than the premire food where they served boxed airline lunches!!!
My vote would have gone to the burger with grilled onions at Petrelli's Steaks on Sepulveda and Slauson... Great post and pre- movie grub... Yum!! :)
It is a little late for the Snakes expedition -- but if you are stuck at the mall there, the new Callender's Grill, while nothing remarkable, is much better than Islands -- and within shouting distance but outside the mall I'd second the recommendation for Ayara Thai. (Right next to Ayara is a new restaurant Truxton's which has received mixed reviews on this board, but which might deserve a shot and, again, is better than Islands.)
I'm staying out of the Dinah's / Pann's debate. (I truly dislike Dinah's and like Pann's, but not enough to recommend it in the face of vociferous criticism -- it has been oversold.)
I certainly wouldn't send anyone to Callender's Grill unless they were on the way to Islands, but I'd send anyone to Ayara pretty much no matter where they were headed. I find the portion size fine and the food full of precise flavors and much better than average. I loved the Panang curry with beef.
Kabuki at the Bridge is good. They're inexpensive and the sushi may not be Sasabune level, but the best sushi for the price. Dinah's is good for breakfast, other than that, haven't tried anything else except the fried chicken (which is decent, but not awesome)