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Tokyo Shabu Shabu

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If I had to describe Tokyo Shabu Shabu in one word, it would be “OMGGOOD” lol (that’s not one word but you get the point). This was my first time here for lunch and I have to say this place is absolutely delicious. Address: 345 S Lake Ave Ste101 Pasadena, CA 91101 | Tel: (626) 844-7355 | Site: tokyoshabushabu.com The staff are super friendly, attentive and knowledgeable of…

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NOBU Malibu

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Let’s start by saying this might probably be the best restaurant I’ve been to out here in LA. What a beautiful spot in Malibu. I felt like I arrived in heaven. This place is absolutely beautiful, nothing short of amazing. The restaurant itself is aesthetically appealing, the beach side view is gorgeous, and of course the presentation of their food and drinks are on point.…

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Badmaash LA

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This place was such a pleasant surprise! A modernized Indian restaurant than what I’m typically used to when it comes to going to Indian restaurants.  Located in Downtown LA. Decided to go on a random late night food adventure for a chicken sandwich, yes you read that correct, chicken sandwich, and we ventured out to Badmaash. Address: 108 W 2nd St Ste 104 Los Angeles, CA…

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Sage Bistro and Brewery

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Let’s talk about Sage. I am not a vegan but I just love food. Came to Sage to tap into my “Vegan life” for an early lunch. This is the perfect Los Angeles vegan restaurant. Located in different parts of town, I came to their Silver Lake/Echo Park location. I love and enjoy this restaurant, and can say that I am highly impressed to the…

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Gelato-Go (Beverly Hills)

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Another amazing Gelato finding in Beverly Hills. The genuine Italian gelato ice cream is simply delicious. Rich, creamy, tasty, aromatic, satisfying and high quality. It’s a real treat. You will have a good amount of options to pick from so don’t overwhelm yourself.  I decided to keep things simple by trying their Vanilla, cookies and creme, and hazelnut combo. If I had one word to describe…

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