156 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Pearl River Deli is known for their Hainan chicken, but don’t be fooled - there’s so much more going on at this to-go window in Chinatown.
Tacos Villa Corona is an old-school taco and burrito spot in Atwater Village, serving one of LA’s best (and most affordable) breakfast burritos.
La Azteca Tortilleria is an East LA spot making some of the best flour tortillas in the city.
Tacos Neza is a much-needed spot on Sunset by the border of Weho and Hollywood, an area where it’s nearly impossible to find an affordable lunch.
Big Fish is a great Inglewood seafood market with a solid selection of fresh fish by the pound, in addition to a bunch of pre-made dinners.
You can’t miss Exposition Park’s tiny, electric blue Alex Fish Market, which sells excellent, affordable fresh seafood platters.
A burger joint in Hollywood on La Brea, Burgers 99 serves great fast food-style burgers that pay homage to everything from In-N-Out to McDonald’s.
Sahara Falafel in Anaheim serves excellent on-the-go shawarma and falafel wraps.
Larchmont Wine & Cheese continues to make some of our favorite sandwiches in Los Angeles - make sure to get there early.
Bahay Kubo is an iconic Filipino cafeteria or “turo-turo”-style restaurant in Historic Filipinotown.
Gigi’s is a Cuban bakery and cafe in Historic Filipinotown with some of the best sandwiches and pastries in town.
El Zarape is a taqueria in East Hollywood serving the best cabeza tacos in the neighborhood.
Sahag’s Bastura is an Armenian deli in East Hollywood serving incredible cured beef sandwiches.
Colapasta in Santa Monica is your new spot for affordable pastas - because everyone needs one.