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Even if your bank recently called you a "severe financial risk" (not speaking from experience, of course, you can still afford to order from Hi-Fi Kitchen. This casual rice bowl joint on Beverly Blvd. is filled with traditional Filipino dishes like pork belly sisig, vegetable pancit, and chicken adobo covered in cranberry soy marinade. Plus, nothing costs more than $12, so it doesn’t even matter how abysmal your checking account balance is. Available for takeout and delivery, call (213) 258-8417, or order online.

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