215 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Moon Rabbit is a Grand Central Market stall that sells boba teas and cute little snacks.
Michindak in Koreatown serves their hot chicken Korean-style with a thin, crispy skin.
At Jay Bird’s Chicken in Long Beach, typical sides like mac and cheese and pickles are transformed into towering hot chicken sandwiches.
Main Chick Hot Chicken is a Nashville-style hot chicken spot in Pasadena serving dry-rubbed tenders.
Cluck2Go, despite it’s on-the-go name, is a casual Chinese sit-down restaurant in Pasadena.
Birrieria Apatzingan is a Michoacan-style birria spot located in Pacoima.
El Ruso’s Silver Lake location is just as great as the original, serving the same Sonora-style tacos and handmade tortillas.
Mariscos 4 Vientos in Boyle Heights serves truly excellent ceviche tostadas.
Via-Mar Seafood is a counter-service spot in Highland Park with great ceviche tostadas.
Gamja Bawi is a tiny stall inside the Koreatown Plaza food court serving tremendous seafood bibimbap.
Shin-Sen-Gumi’s Gardena location has everything from customizable ramen to a brand-new drive-through.
Silog in the South Bay is serving fusion Filipino rice bowls that will bring you comfort on even the hardest of days.
The Dez in Joshua Tree is a great option for a quick sandwich and salad after a hike.