Bossa Nova on Sunset
- Brazilian place that also serves creative pizzas
- Everything here is good, cap it off with chocolate mouse
- Instead of bread and butter, they give you a free bowl of mixed cereal when first seated!
- Overall, a fun, cute, well-run neighborhood spot
Anarkali Indian Restaurant
- One of the first Indian restaurants to set up shop within the heart of Los Angeles, Anarkali has garnered high acclaim for its menu of diverse curry dishes that are a perfect blend of Northern Indian and Bengali influences. Saad and Fatema Choudhury built Anarkali in 1983 around the vision that it would become an extension of the warm hospitality family and friends have come to look forward within their own home.
Palm’s Thai Restaurant
- One of LA’s most well covered, well known Thai spots. From features in LA Weekly to TV coverage, the media, us included just can’t get enough of Palm’s
- We don’t even know where to start. Imagine every fatty treat you might enjoy over the next few months. Now imagine throwing them all into a sandwich. That’s Fat Sal’s. You must check it out.
- Katsuya marries Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi’s fresh takes on Japanese classics with design icon Philippe Starck’s sleek and sultry interiors
- Award-winning cocktails like the Burning Mandarin make it great for dinner and drinks
- We’ve spotted celebrities here a few times
- Immediately after opening in early 2008, The Waffle became a local favorite serving delicious, innovative and exciting dishes in a “comforts of home” environment. Owners Gavin Polone and John Papsidera used their love of Classic American Diners to shape what quickly became a Hollywood staple. Being vegetarian, Polone stressed the importance of flavor and variety for those alike and they are continually expanding their Vegetarian Menu.