Places to eat in Los Angeles | December Eats

Places to eat in Los Angeles | December Eats

This is the last month of our 100 days of less challenge where we’ve been on a general spending ban and been allowing ourselves to eat out only twice a week. It’s been challenging especially since we love to eat out, but it’s probably good that we learned to cook a few more dishes at home. Here’s our short list for this month, but you can expect lots of binge eating next month! Can’t wait!!

My December list of places to eat in los angeles. best food in la. food la. los angeles restaurants. la food. los angeles food. eat la. la eats.

Places to eat in Los Angeles | December Eats:

★★★★★   ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT

  • N/A

★★★★   REALLY LIKED IT

  • Daikokuya (Little Tokyo / DTLA) – wait is super long, but the ramen is good and portions are big.
  • Cham Sut Gol Korean BBQ (Garden Grove) – all you can eat korean bbq for
  • Cream Pan (Tustin) – such good, cheap strawberry croissants.

★★★   IT WAS GOOD

  • Ahgassi Gopchang (Koreatown) – Went here with Ki Hong & Hayoung, and they ordered for us. We liked it.
  • Caffe Concerto (Koreatown) – cute spot to get coffee or drinks at the bar.
  • The Donuttery (Huntington Beach) – cronuts were meh, the blueberry donuts were amazing!

★★   IT WAS MEH…

  • East Borough (Costa Mesa) – The place was cute, but the food was just okay.

★   YUCK

  • N/A

Now that we’re off the ban…

Any recommendations for Los Angeles food?

Here are all the previous months of exploring LA food:
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  1. Yum! I need to go on an eating out freeze my dang self. Smh.

    I will do better in 2014… lol.

    1. It’s so hard especially if your habit is to go out to eat.. and it makes it extra difficult when we don’t buy groceries and cook at home. trying to learn more easy recipes though.. so hopefully this will help. do you have any you would recommend? :D

      1. Some of my fave easy recipes:
        http://www.elanaspantry.com/chipotle-lime-salmon/
        http://www.oneand20.com/2013/06/primal-eats-baked-buffalo-chicken-thighs.html
        http://allrecipes.com/recipe/slow-cooker-cranberry-roast/ – not gluten-free so I can’t eat it anymore, but this is a super easy one :(
        http://lowcarblayla.blogspot.com/2012/07/bangin-shrimp.html

        One of the best ways to make super easy dinners is with a crockpot. Just throw things in and let it cook all day. I used to do this all the time!
        My favorite crockpot recipes are here: http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/

        1. Ooh! Thanks. I was only expecting one or two.. but this is great! Hopefully, I’ll find a handful easy enough to put into our rotation. :)

  2. I definitely have to spend more time discovering Koreatown. I’ve only ever been there when friends have taken me, but never on my own. Daikokuya is delicious, but I wouldn’t wait in line for it. (I hate waiting in line!) I go there right before opening and only wait 5-10 minutes. Best kept secret!

    1. Good tip! :) I also heard if you go during really odd hours like at 2-3, there isn’t much of a wait. We def only went bc we had a friend in town. I keep telling myself I need to go eat more in ktown.. but with traffic, we rarely make it out there.

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