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New Restaurants to Try in Los Angeles 2018
best trendy restaurants los angeles
Ariana Sanchez
Ariana Sanchez
January 19, 2018

Tasty destinations in Los Angeles

Whether you consider yourself a foodie by profession or simply by pleasure, this is a great time to explore all the tasty destinations that Los Angeles has to offer. From the best trendy restaurants in Los Angeles to local, well kept secrets, there is so much to explore. Consider going on a California culinary tour to be led by a knowledgeable tour guide who will help lead the way. In the meantime, here are some excellent restaurants that are new to L.A.

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To Soc Chon

To Soc Chon is a new Korean restaurant that has opened in Koreatown. Here, you’ll enjoy a menu that is prepared in house and made to order. Fresh, Korean comfort food is served up included Soondae Korean soup. As always, you’ll get side dishes including tasty kimchi. You’ll find To Soc Chon at 356 S Western Ave. Ste 106 in L.A.

Manpuku Yakiniku Dining

Interested in some Japanese-style BBQ dishes? If so, be sure to try Manpuku Yakiniku Dining. In Japanese, Yakiniku literally means “grilled meat”. Here, you can enjoy bite sized cuts of meat, seafood and vegetables that can be cooked right at your table on the grill. Enjoy this fun experience with friends. Head over to 8486 W. 3rd Street today!

XO on Beverly

For a casual, pan-Asian eatery, visit XO on Beverly. Here, you’ll find a wide variety of foods such as noodle bowls as well as burgers, salads and more. This location offers a Lunch menu, Dinner menu, Dessert Menu, Brunch and more. Brunch is available weekends from 10am-4pm. Visit their official website to learn more.

Pollen

Do you love espresso? If so, than you’ll love Pollen, a modern espresso bar that also specializes in breakfast and lunch options. Located in Echo Park, you’ll love this hip and trendy spot filled with natural light. At Pollen, enjoy options such as pancakes, oatmeal, french toast, salads, grilled cheese, eggs benedict, burgers and more. Stop by 2100 Echo Park Ave today.

Kopa Ramen

There’s nothing quite like the comfort of a bowl of ramen. While Kopa Ramen has a number of locations throughout the L.A. area, there newest location is found in Koreatown. With a modern aesthetic, this location will please those looking for a hip place to try out. Additionally, prices are affordable so if you’re in the mood for ramen, head to Kopan Ramen at 621 S Western Ave Ste 208 in Koreatown.

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