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This counter-service Koreatown spot is our go-to spot for a Filipino meal with a big group. Parking in the strip mall is a breeze, the portions are massive, and the dining room has more than enough room for all seven of your first cousins. Aside from nutty kare kare and golden-crusted crispy pata, Neri's is home to the best kamayan dinners in LA. For $25 per person—with a minimum of six people—these gigantic feasts are served on a never-ending bed of rice with nearly a dozen dishes you can eat with your hands. If you take that route, Neri’s lets you choose between two different set menus—options range from juicy pork skewers and grilled pork belly to garlic shrimp and boneless bangus grilled until golden brown.

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