Kat HongLA Staff Writer
Kat was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii, a small, beautiful town that has maybe 3-4 restaurant openings a year, max. Now living in Los Angeles, Kat likes to fill her time with marveling at the wonder of flight, listening to podcasts, applying for Mensa, getting rejected from Mensa, and perpetually existing on the brink of joining a pyramid scheme.
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You’ll find banchan, moussaka, and a whole lot more at these excellent LA grocery stores.
Galleria Market on Olympic Blvd. is one of LA’s biggest (and best) Korean markets. The one on Western’s not too bad, either.
Marukai Market is a one-stop-shop for any Japanese groceries, snacks, and sushi that won’t make you sad.
Temple Seafood Market is a mini grocery store in Historic Filipinotown and a treasure trove of things to eat.
Dubbed the “Costco of Thai Food,” LAX-C is massive warehouse of Thai goods on the edge of Chinatown.
HK Market isn’t the flashiest Korean grocery store around, but they make up for it with excellent pre-made banchan and kimbap.
A running list of LA restaurants that have permanently closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Let us be your guide to Gardena Bowl Coffee Shop, the legendary Hawaiian spot in the South Bay.
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Three of LA’s best new sushi spots.