28 "Sawtelle Japantown" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Tofu Ya on Sawtelle is one of the best options for Korean food in West LA. Try a sundubu combo.
Menya Tigre on Sawtelle serves some of the only curry ramen you’ll find in LA - and it’s incredible.
Big Boi, a small Sawtelle shop in West LA, covers the entire spectrum of Fiipino food.
Hermanito is a casual Mexican cantina on Sawtelle and a great place to post up after work while traffic dies down.
This tiny Japanese restaurant along Pico is frankly more of a myth than anything else, but if you’re able to get in, expect a memorable meal.
Daikokuya’s Sawtelle location pretty much always has a line, but the wait for their excellent ramen is worth it.
Sushi Tsujita on Sawtelle is the pricey sushi restaurant from the team behind LA’s most popular ramen spot.
B Sweet is a dessert spot on Sawtelle serving one very important thing: a Halo, a.k.a. an ice cream sandwich made from a donut.
If you’re looking for bar food on Sawtelle, Furaibo - a dark, rowdy Izakaya - is a good option.
With a casual atmosphere and a reasonably-priced menu, Nong La is one of our go-to’s for a Vietnamese lunch on Sawtelle.
Honeymee off Sawtelle Blvd. is a soft serve shop that's also a social media celebrity. But the ice cream is great.
The omakase at Kiriko on Sawtelle is expensive but excellent. They also do more affordable lunch specials.
Kimukatsu is famous in Japan for their pork cutlets, and now they’re an essential meal on Sawtelle.
Blockheads on Sawtelle serves what they call “Snow Cream,” a.k.a. shaved ice cream.