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Mexican Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

Posted last August 13, 2015, 8:06 pm in Food report article

Food is probably the most important element of Mexican culture. Much of the daily routine and tradition in Mexico revolves around the ritual of preparing and eating food. Mexican food is rich in color and flavor. The richness of their cuisine comes from their concern for the sensory experience of eating. Check these exquisite Mexican Resto found in Los Angeles, Caliornia.

La Barca Restaurant
La Serenata de Garibaldi
Manuel's Original El Tepeyac Cafe
Las Fuentes Restaurant
Paco's Tacos
La Capilla Mexican Restaurant
Guisados Tacos
Lares Restaurant
El Cholo
Chichen Itza Restaurant
CaCao Mexicatessen
Al & Bea's Mexican Food
El Parian Restaurant
Cactus Tacos #1
Fiesta Martin Mexican Grill
Taqueria Los Anaya
La Parrilla Restaurant
La Casita Mexicana
Avila's El Ranchito
Salsa & Beer

Sol Y Luna
Tacos Baja Ensenada
Ortega 120
The Gardens of Taxco
Ciro's Restaurant
El Abajeno
Gilbert's El Indio Restaurant
El Rio Bravo Restaurant
Don Cuco
Pepe's Mexican Food
Alfredo's Mexican Food
Don Chuy's Mexican Restaurant
Mucho Mas
Ramona's Mexican Food Products
El Huarachito
Yxta Cocina Mexicana
Caramba Mexican Food
El Arco Iris
Mexican Village Restaurant 
Don Antonio's
Los Toros Mexican Restaurant
Los Compadres
Coronado's Mexican Restaurant & Bar
Frida Mexican Cuisine Westwood
Casa Martin
Riviera Mexican Grill
Casa Gamino Restaurant
Mexican Riviera Restaurant
Raul's Mexican Food
El Carmen Restaurant
Poco's Mexican Restaurant
Frijoles Mexican Restaurant
Melody's Mexican Kitchen
Armando's Mexican Restaurant
Alberto's Mexican Food
Eduardo's Border Grill
Loteria Grill - Hollywood
Lunas Mexican Restaurant

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In Mexico, food is an intrinsic part of festivals, rituals, and personal commemorations, but the daily meals are the focal points around which everyday life revolves. Mealtimes, especially comida - the main meal of the day - are treated as special intervals, to be approached with relish and respect for the work which went into their preparation.