Is Tamarind the best deli in LA? Hardly. However, it’s still a solid, affordable, and easy option when you’re stuck in Hollywood and not sure what you want to do with your life. The tiny location right off Sunset serves no-frills cold cut subs and sometimes that’s just what you want on a Wednesday afternoon. Save for a few tables out on the sidewalk, this isn’t really a sit-down place so plan to grab and go.
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