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Hungrierthanever Aug 3, 2012 04:08 PM

I'm in the middle of reading Marcus Samuelsson's "Yes, Chef" book. It's given me a different outlook on dining in general. Before he became a master chef he would go around to different restaurants sampling the different foods. I'd like to do the same. Name some places you shouldn't miss on a five day trip to LA (it's my 2nd time visiting). It doesn't matter the type of food (i.e. Mexican, Chinese, American, Seafood, ect) just no pork.

THanks

  1. Servorg Aug 3, 2012 04:14 PM

    See how many of these http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/746658 you can hit in 5 days - then report back with your thoughts...

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      Hungrierthanever Aug 3, 2012 04:54 PM

      Will do, thanks

      1. re: Hungrierthanever
        Servorg Aug 3, 2012 04:59 PM

        And this list was put together before Red Medicine came into existence and set LA on it's collective ear with some of the most creative "Vietnamese inspired" food ever seen...

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      Dirtywextraolives Aug 3, 2012 06:03 PM

      I would decide first what types of cuisines you want to find, then go bout looking for the best ones. Of course there is always some debate over what is considered best.

      Cuisines LA does really well:
      Korean
      Thai
      Japanese
      Mexican (regional types too)
      Latin American (Peruvian, El Salvador, Argentinian, Brazilian)
      Italian
      Californian
      Very good seafood
      And a smattering of decent gastropubs
      And LA is the king of decent fast food places too.

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