Though the food may look high-end the attitude is rooted in approachability.It’s also where I encountered one of the best roasted duck breast in all of Los Angeles. is filled with options where you can get great vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine all at the same spot.So if you’re dating a vegetarian but can’t pass up a good steak, short rib taquitos or fried chicken and waffles then take your sweetie to one of the below options where carnivores and vegetarians can coexist in harmony. [RELATED: 17 Delicious Spots to Go on Date Night with an L. Foodie] Over on the westside there is a intimate Japanese tapas restaurant where the staff is friendly and the Chef is inventive, passionate and skilled in creating plates that delight his patrons.If you are in the neighborhood join on Christmas Eve, We are open from 7am-2pm.
For vegetarians this place offers around five types of vegetable driven tacos they’re so tasty even meat eaters can’t resist.
In fact, it’s become sort of the norm in a number of establishments that aren’t limited to just vegan or vegetarian fare.
Chef’s like Phillip Frankland Lee, Kenji Koyama and Josef Centeno have seamlessly upgraded the vegetable to entree status and no one seems to be complaining.
Platters are so big they make a perfect family style meal, and you can do it completely vegetarian if you want.
For the meat eater who loves a bit of spice the Yawaze tibs is the way to go, it’s a beef dish sautéed with onions, garlic, spiced butter and awaze, a type of Ethiopian chili sauce.