Bugs on menu?
Welcome to Chowhound., slk2011
Be careful when bandying about critical classifiers like "bizarre" when referring to food-- remember, one person's "bizarre eats" is another person's lunch. For example, my Taiwanese mother-in-law finds the flavor of bleu cheese offensive, yet she loves eating tofu that has been marinated in a months-old rotting shrimp and vegetable brine.
Chapulines are commonly found on Oaxacan menus, including Guelaguetza.
There's a sushi bar in San Dimas called Little Tokyo that serves grasshoppers.
Laurent Quenioux served a dish with ant eggs at his previous restaurant, don't know if he ever does at Bistro LQ or not.
8009 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Little Tokyo Restaurant
150 E Bonita Ave, San Dimas, CA 91773