service is not to good, food is excellent, I'll definitely recommend this place. Prices are not bad. location is ok.
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I give this place one star off because it's a little on the pricey side for what amounts to Mexican food. However, love their Coke carnitas and dill pickle/ground beef hardshell tacos. (Greasy, but oh-so good... I make my own tacos at home now with dill pickles because they got me hooked!) Nice patio on hot summer nights to chill on with a margarita or cerveza. Family-friendly, and they have surprisingly awesome brunch.
I'm hesitant to post this review lest other people catch on to this apparent secret - brunch at Malo. You can walk in at any time and score a table on the half full patio. It is fully shaded so comfortable on all but the hottest days. Be careful that oyu don't fill up on the fresh chips and homemade salsa because you want to save room for the carnitas and corn pancakes. Seriously, a corn pancake short stack with carnitas layered between topped with a gooey poached egg. That just happened.
Love this place for paella...they have several different varieties and other delicious dishes like empanadas and good salads. The decor is colorful and eclectic. Small parking lot on site.
This is a Korean BBQ all u can eat place where you cook at the table. It can get smoky and waitress spoke limited English. You'll make a few mistakes but it's a good experience.
Nice service and so nice place also. I love this Carlitos Gardel. Really come back here. Recommended to all who love good food
Most people hit Fairfax for Ethiopian food not knowing the best food in the city is a half mile away here at Awash. The place scares people from the street. Barred up windows and metal security door. Drawn curtains. Be brave people. Open the door and enjoy. Always get the veggie platter and rotate their proteins. Awaze Tibbs, Kifto Special. Ran into Jermaine Jackson here, but I don't know if that's a selling point. Service is slow, but whatever.
Entrance is hidden behind a parking structure, but once found, you'll have great access to deconstructed vietnamese food in the heart of little tokyo. Beef tartare is flavorful, banh mi salad is deconstructed sandwich on a plate and their version of roasted pork belly is like peking duck, crunchy and moist.
The food is great and so is the service. I've been there at least 20 times and have always been impressed. This is by far the best Indian food I've had in LA.