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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

LA Cuisine


If you live in LA, will be traveling there soon, or want to learn more about the regional cuisine, you will want to discover the best restaurants in LA.  You can find a section on Whisked Foodie called LA Foodie.  It's completely dedicated to nosh in LA.  You will find LA restaurant reviews, ingredient spotlights, news, trends, and a West Coast Rant section.  For example are you looking for an incredible Italian meal, or a pizza pie worthy of a few extra miles on the tread meal, then check out Whisked Foodie's video tour and review of LA's Urbano Pizza Bar.



Looking for incredible Japanese cuisine, then check out Whisked Foodie's tasty review of LA's Yuko Kitchen, an amazing Japanese cafe.  Their pictures will have you salivating for more.


Feeling like you need to detox a little, maybe had to many heavy meals, then check out Whisked Foodie's video tour to an LA juice bar, called Moon Juice.  


At the Little Bear in LA you can find some big eats.  Check out Whisked Foodie's review of this comforting Belgian restaurant. 


If the fun name Pie Hole isn't enough to intrigue you, then check out Whisked Foodie's review of this amazing all from scratch style LA bakery.


In the mood for love?  Then check out Whisked Foodie's review of the very posh L and E Oyster Bar in LA.
Speaking of love, I am in awe of the culinary resources at Whisked Foodie. LA is a melting pot for incredible cuisine, yet with so many choices, you need help learning which spots not to miss. To find out about all the hot spots in LA, or to simply feel like you traveled the regional cuisine, Whisked Foodie is where it's at. Please check out Whisked Foodie for more LA restaurant reviews.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written entirely by me for Whisked Foodie, through LinkVehicle.  All opinions are 100% mine.

4 comments:

  1. I'm scared to try oysters.

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  2. Everthing looks soooo good ...

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  4. My mouth is watering. These all look delicious. If only a trip to California were in the near future.

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