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Review

Jakob Layman

Azay

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Written by
Jakob Layman

Azay is a half-French, half-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo where you’ll find the only Japanese breakfast being served in LA proper. It’s run by a tight-knit family that’s been in the community for decades, and eating here feels like watching a motivational TikTok or finding out about the Swedish sport known as kaninhoppning - or professional bunny hopping. In other words, you’ll be completely charmed. Their rendition on the Japanese breakfast is quite understated - nothing but a tray of broiled fish, tamago, tofu, miso soup, a side of rice, plus a few pickles. The broiled fish comes with a flakey top and charred bottom, but completely moist meat in the middle. Bright yellow eggs taste slightly sweet, and resemble the shape and size of an elementary school kid’s eraser. Plus, the portions are perfect - not too big, not too small, and you can walk away feeling full, without needing to undo a button on your pants.

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