Ricebar LA in Downtown Los Angeles

This is a hosted meal.

I’ve been eating a lot of Filipino Food lately!  Ricebar is a tiny restaurant in Downtown LA; you pull up a stool…
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…and watch the action.

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Their menu is small too; they use imported grains from the Philippines (non-GMO, fair-trade).

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Joy Osmanski and I are treated to several bowls.

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Chicken Tonola (Aromatic Ginger Broth, Green Papaya, Chili Leaves)…
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…Vegan Mushroom Tamale (Sticky Rice flavored with Soy and Coconut Vinegar, Stuffed with Mushrooms, Black Bean Sauce & Salted Duck Egg, Wrapped in Lotus Leaf)…

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…and Pork Longganisa (House Made Sweet & Spicy Sausage with Pickled Vegetables & Garlic Crumbs).
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Fried egg is optional.

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For dessert, they have what else, Rice Bars!  AKA Rice Crispie Treats – in Chocolate/Espresso or Vanilla Lime Marshmallow.

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Ricebar: 419 W. 7th St. Los Angeles, CA 90014 | Website

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4 thoughts on “Ricebar LA in Downtown Los Angeles

  1. Cindy

    Fried eggs on top of food are magical. I like the new look. A few bugs with the mobile view on your home page, but that is normal thing to fix when you shake things up.

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