There’s a new place with killer empanadas, says TasteLA. The husband is Argentinean, wife is Mexican and the deals are hot. Pizza, chicken, and empanadas for a crowd run about $20-30. There are umpteen kinds of empanadas, too.
Spinach and chicken empanadas from Carniceria Argentino are pretty damn tasty, says carter.
Rincon Chileno, a Chilean place, has great empanadas, says oro3030.
On the Westside, Empanadas Place has something for everyone, with about a dozen varieties. Their empanadas are deep-fried; for something a bit lighter, Grand Casino has smaller baked empanadas in four flavors.
Spain, in Silverlake, is actually Argentinean-owned and has good empanadas. So does Porto’s.
Che’s Pizza and Empanadas [East L.A.-ish]
Cesar Chavez at Eastern (southwest corner), Los Angeles
Carniceria Argentino [Central San Fernando Valley]
11740 Victory Blvd., North Hollywood
Rincon Chileno [East Hollywood]
4354 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles
Empanadas Place [West L.A.]
3811 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles
Empanadas Place[West Hollywood]
1040 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood
Spain Restaurant [Silverlake]
1866 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles