15 Japanese-style izakayas that forced the chicken to fly to the sky

15 Japanese-style izakayas that forced the chicken to fly to the sky

Thankfully, whenever we talk about Japanese food in Daluo Village, the first thing that comes to mind is sushi or ramen (yes, really not Yoshinoya). Yishuier's izakaya sprung up like mushrooms, and disappeared in the tide of business (too sad). However, at every (tummy) hungry late night, in the face of endless Japanese skewers, noodles, and fried foods, you just want to hurry up with beer.Associationmiss youAt the next small corner, I had the most tempting encounter with a low-key and gorgeous Japanese bar. So teenagers, take your friendsRight, Don’t forget to grab a glass of Sapporo draft beer (or hot sake) and shout "Cheers".

►Honda Ya Honda

In Little Tokyo, unlike this small-looking Nanjia chain izakaya style, it never sees waiting time on weekends. Of course, when you see a variety of Japanese snacks, you immediately understand why it is so popular. If you want to simmer in the world of beer and sake, we recommend that you avoid sushi (although they do) and choose fried chicken, fried tofu, grilled skewers (according to the shop ’s Japanese Wakayama Bichotan) or takoyaki. Yo!

333 S Alameda St
Ste 314, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Izaka-ya by Katsuya

Katsuya is not on this list the most creative in the shop name, and the cuisine is not the most traditional.howeverThe menu features common fried items (tempura and pork chop Shinma) as well as rammed Okinawa soba. Shrimp dipped in a thick sauce is really a joy full of sin.

8420 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Izakaya & Bar Fu-ga

This trendy little Tokyo restaurant has a complete wine list (especially Yamazaki whisky that has been aged for 18 years). In addition to the famous braised pork ribs and eel fried rice, the shop also offers excellent steaks!

111 S San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Izakaya Hachi

The most famous one in this Nanwan store is beef tongue. This is not bragging. Moderately roasted beef tongue is soft but elastic. The brilliant performance of crab meatballs and burdock slices declared that South Bay is still the irrefutable king of the Southern California Japanese food industry.

1880 W. Carson St.
Ste A, Torrance, CA 90501

Izakaya SaSaYa

Raw meat flakes salads and other small dishes look special here, but the delicious fried chicken, udon noodles, and various sake and shochu have successfully made diners forget about the extra sauce they put in other dishes.

11613 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025


Kinjiro is absolutely unambiguous about the Japanese A5 Kobe beef issue, but they have professional certification to ensure the pedigree of the beef (yeah otherwise why would you spend 70 knives for just 4.5 ounces of meat). Pieces of lumbar spine easily conquered me visually. The slightly burnt side of the roasted beef was mixed with fat and oil. The taste was endless. For the hot bone marrow of the cows recently, Kinjiro used miso and shallots to stimulate the inner flavor, and it is worthy of its status as the leading brand of Izakaya in Los Angeles.

424 E 2nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90012


Basically here you can see all the food you would normally eat at an izakaya, but when you see their unique soy milk hot pot, you can't help but marvel. This wonderful combination of soy milk, mushrooms and cabbage seems to be the most wonderful is that the broth with a light truffle flavor perfectly blends the aroma of soy milk and mushrooms. Of course, if you doubt it, you still choose your favorite drink to pair with Yakitori or pork chops.

11301 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90064


This sizzling restaurant in Little Osaka is very bright, with a special offer from the store on the whiteboard. Of course, the best match with their signature chicken meatballs is homemade sake. However, friends who come to supper may encounter the tragedy of wanting to eat kebabs.

11330 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90189

Robata Jinya

Their skewers are grilled with charcoal, so it is not surprising that they taste a bit of "firework".This flavor and cold beer make a beautiful evening.Don't forget to try the Char Siew Ramen and Shrimp Toast, the latter will satisfy your taste buds with golden toast.

8050 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Sakura House

Chef Kee has served generations of Los Angeles villagers in Culver City with its traditional Japanese skewers, and there is still no sign of stopping. Owning an open kitchen, they have made simple kebabs into the perfect state through decades of valuable experience.

13362 W Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori

The first time I heard that customers here would confuse this skewers restaurant with that ramen restaurant, including the author of this article.In fact, the cost of this mistake is huge, because this shop may be a must-choice for bird lovers. From the pork belly that everyone loves to the grilled chicken skins of the minority campaign, all kinds of things can satisfy the discerning taste buds of diners.If you don't mind the noisy environment, you might as well try this shop that brings you a "sense of life".

18517 S Western Ave
Gardena, CA 90248


Except for the shop above, Torihei is basically the choice of most Nanwan residents to eat Yakitori. Although this restaurant pays more attention to how to pour you more wine than to give you a meal, these skewers are also good, especially chicken liver, you can choose charcoal grill or make liver sauce.

1757 W. Carson St.
Torrance, CA 90501

Yabu Restaurant

This traditional Japanese skewer shop has two branches in Los Angeles. Although there are also skewers or sushi, they are more famous for their soba noodles. The shop's daily noodles and broth with tempura prawns can't be more delicious.

521 N LA Cienega Blvd
West Hollywood, CA, 90048


As the name suggests, it specializes in roasted poultry. The open oven produces crispy chicken legs, tender chicken meatballs and delicious quail eggs. Don't miss their juicy roasted duck breast, which is generally not available elsewhere.

11301 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064


Torrance, this magnificent looking restaurant, takes a minimalistic approach to cooking style. The most famous are beef tongue and chicken meatballs. If you want to try simpler and more straightforward dishes, then don't miss the chicken rice covered with chicken. The simple combination of rice and chicken is truly endless.

1231 Cabrillo Ave.
Torrance, CA 90501

thankTao YejunCompiled, the original text comes fromLA.EATER, The picture comes from the network.

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