Bibigo Hot Stone Restaurant 1091 Broxton Ave, Los Angeles, CA90024 Bibigo Hot Stone opened in 2010 and offers a new concept in healthy cuisine. The signature dish is the Korean bibimbap.…More Customers choose from a selection of rice, vegetables, sauces and toppings like bulgogi, chicken or tofu, which are then mixed together in a sizzling hot stone bowl and brought to the table. The Korean restaurant also offers other unique entrees like a grapefruit salad, sweet and spicy chicken and charbroiled bulgogi marinated beef. Indoor and outdoor dining areas are available for customers to enjoy their meals.
Sorabol Korean Restaurant 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90067 Sorabol opened in San Fransisco in 1979 and has spread all over the West Coast. It is named after the capital of the…More 1,000-year-reigning Shilla Dynasty of Korea. The restaurant serves traditional Korean barbecue in a fast food setting, allowing fresh ingredients to be purchased at lower prices than other Los Angeles Korean restaurants. Award-winning recipes like Kalbi (barbecued short ribs) and Dak Guyee (barbecued chicken) have made Sorabol a great alternative to other fast-food fare, like burgers and tacos. All items are made to order and prepared to the diner's taste, without any MSG. Numerous vegetarian dishes are available.
Toscanova Restaurant 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90067 Toscanova has been open since January 2009. Agostino Sciandri is the owner and executive chef. The environment is that…More of a fine dining restaurant, with muted colors, oak trim and Italian wines adorning walls. The large menu consists of Italian classics like pastas and a small selection of pizza. The menu is in Italian with English descriptions. A small fish selection includes salmon and Mediterranean sea bass.
Sunnin Lebanese Cafe serves authentic cuisine from the coast of the Mediterranean. Owner and chef Em-Toni opened the…More restaurant after working at Al Amir. The kitchen makes beef shawarma, beef kefta kebab, beef kebab, chicken shawarma, chicken kefta kebab, shish tawook, lamb kebab, kebbeh bil Sayniyeh and spicy kefta. These items are served as entrees, in sandwiches or a la carte. Plenty of vegetarian and vegan dishes are also on the menu, clearly marked for convenience. Daily specials are available.
The restaurant does catering regularly, with a customizable menu. Sunnin Lebanese Cafe moved into this location in 2010, having been across the street in a smaller space for years. The open and inviting atmosphere here used to be Earth Wind and Flour.