Located next to that big blue Church of Scientology building, Five Leaves is an all-day cafe in East Hollywood that originated in Brooklyn. While the high-end, art deco-space is certainly nice to look at and perfect for a client lunch, none of the food is good enough to warrant the high prices (the burger is inexplicably $19). That said, if you do end up here, go the cold green tea noodles. They’re light, refreshing, and at $15, is one of the cheaper items on the menu.
Five Leaves is permanently closed.
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