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Bunker

Bunker

You can’t go wrong at this vibrant Vietnamese street-food restaurant that serves incredible banh mi, pho, and mouthwatering meat,…

Suzume

Suzume

Soul-warming noodle bowls and spicy butter wings are expertly balanced with crisp salads, addictive fish tacos, and out-there, but…

Momo Sushi Shack

Momo Sushi Shack

The lighting is dim (great for date nights), the vibe is casual (the long communal tables are a striking…

Majordōmo

Majordōmo

The mild pandemonium around David Chang’s first west coast restaurant is entirely warranted. The food is difficult to describe,…

Roy’s

Roy’s

Chef Roy Yamaguchi is a Hawaiian legend, with a corresponding empire of restaurants scattered across all the islands (Eating…

Moon & Turtle

Moon & Turtle

Earning rave reviews for its daily changing, farm-to-table, ocean-to-table small plates, this sweet little spot justifies a trip if…

The Fish and the Hog

The Fish and the Hog

While an excellent barbecue joint might seem unlikely in Hawaii, considering the island's natural predilection for pork, as well…

Jikoni

Jikoni

Jikoni owner Ravinder Bhogal is of Indian descent and was partially raised in Nairobi ("jikoni" means kitchen in Swahili).…

INKO NITO

INKO NITO

A decade ago, the heading to Garey Street–a warehouse-packed, somewhat desolate stretch in DTLA–for dinner wouldn’t have even been…

Eating House 1849

Eating House 1849

After training in Los Angeles at Le Serene, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened his first Hawaiian restaurant, Roy's, in the…