646 "Lunch" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Giamela's is a great Italian deli in Atwater Village that's been around since 1964. Always get a meatball on the side.
If you come to Viet Noodle Bar in Atwater Village and you don't order the tumeric fish noodle, you didn't come to Viet Noodle Bar.
Cook’s Tortas in Monterey Park is known for their homemade bread (and excellent sandwiches).
Tortas Ahogadas Ameca serves up Guadalajara-style tortas in Montebello.
Tartine in Santa Monica has incredible bread, sandwiches, and pastries like all of the other tartine outposts.
Sunny Blue is your best quick lunch or snack option on Main Street in Santa Monica. They specialize in omusubi.
Crudo e Nudo is a great little spot on Main Street in Santa Monica where you should sit back, eat raw fish, and split a bottle of wine.
Lu’s Garden is a Taiwanese spot in San Gabriel that makes great comfort food.
Tacos Y Birria La Unica is a taco truck in Boyle Heights with great birria.
Moon Rabbit is a Grand Central Market stall that sells boba teas and cute little snacks.
Crimson Coward in Downey serves ultra-flavorful chicken sandwiches that really pack a punch.
Al’s Hot Chicken in Palms stays true to the Nashville original and serves up some seriously spicy chicken.
Michindak in Koreatown serves their hot chicken Korean-style with a thin, crispy skin.