34 "Pasadena" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Chef Tony is a dim sum restaurant in Pasadena with decent food and high prices.
Maestro is a modern Mexican joint in Pasadena with a menu that’s so full of delicious dishes it’ll give you Übermenufreude.
La Grande Orange Cafe is an American restaurant in Pasadena with a big citrus theme and low corkage fee.
Gus’s BBQ in Pasadena is a rare breed - it has both a solid plate of spare ribs and a low corkage fee.
The Terrace is located in The Langham hotel in Pasadena, and serves a pretty solid dim sum brunch on Sundays.
Edwin Mills is an all-day cafe in Old Town Pasadena with a great bottomless brunch deal on the weekend.
Jameson Brown is a coffee shop in Pasadena that’s also a serious bean-roasting operation.
Lucky Boy in Pasadena is the diner for you, especially if you’re hungover and in need of a positively massive breakfast burrito.
Part of Oseyo Shabu Shabu’s charm is that it’s always crowded - in addition to the Pasadena spot’s high-quality meats and seafood, of course.
Tibet Nepal House was the first to bring Himalayan food to Pasadena - and still remains the best.
If you’re getting pizza in Pasadena, you should get it from The Luggage Room Pizzeria.
Shandong Dumplings in Pasadena serves good noodle dishes, a few great dumplings, and a fantastic scallion pancake.
Arroyo Chop House in Pasadena is the kind of steakhouse where you come for the meat, but stay for the excellent chocolate soufflé.