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Brian C Apr 13, 2008 12:07 PM

Moving from Westside to Southbay. Looking for local dives to frequent, ambiance is not important and cheap would be preferable. Pho, carneceria, taco stand, ramen, burgers, pizza etc...

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  1. DiveFan Apr 13, 2008 02:24 PM

    Welcome to Chowhound!
    Besides searching this board titles for LAX, South Bay or the city of your choice, here are a few starters:
    Pho: Pho Hoa and Huong Vi on Prairie, Pho Hong Long on Crenshaw, Saigon Dish on Hawthorne Blvd. Avoid the bizarrely named Thai Lai (two locations), a Chinese restaurant that serves mediocre Vietnamese.
    Mexican: Lichas on El Segundo (sit down D.F. style), Acosta Taco on Imperial (take out), Poblanita Express on Hawthorne Blvd.
    Salvadoran: Arcense on El Segundo, El Cerro Verde on Hawthorne Blvd.
    Burgers: B&R Old Fashioned Burgers on Rosecrans
    BBQ: Bad 2 Da Bone on Century (take out), Rib Nest on El Segundo, Jaybee on Avalon, Woody's on Hawthorne Blvd, Porkys on Manchester
    Hawaiian: http://divela.blogspot.com/2007/10/hawaiian-restaurants-of-la-south-bay.html
    Pakistani: Al Watan and Al Noor on Inglewood Ave.
    South Indian: Annapurna Garden on Hawthorne Blvd.
    Pizza: Pizza Show (OK), Valentino's in ES and MB (better).
    Cuban: Varadero Cafe and Havana Mania on Inglewood Ave, Rosy's on Hawthorne Blvd.
    Ramen: http://www.rameniac.com http://www.goramen.com/
    Discount markets: Big Saver, Northgate, Valu Plus
    Other: Mandy's on Inglewood (ham breakfast burrito), Dino's on Inglewood (picadillo burrito, gringo tacos, posole on Th/Fr)

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