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Woodland Hills & Vicinity Eats


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Woodland Hills & Vicinity Eats

WHills | | Jan 10, 2007 05:38 PM

Having been in the WH area for a few months, here are the eats I have discovered. Please let me know if you have other good suggestions for the area. Most of the restaurants are in the $10 to $20 entree price range. I would like to find more cheap eats in the area.

Gorikee--WH (very good food for the price)
Corner Bakery--WH (great soups and sandwiches)
Tommy's--(okay burgers, very greasy)
California Chicken Cafe--Encino (super chicken and wonderful sides)
Chili My Soul--Encino (okay, but not enough of a variety)

Crazy Tokyo--WH (not bad for cheap sushi)
Brothers' Sushi--WN (good quality fish but not top-notch)
Shibuya--Calabasas (superb quality for price; absolutely wonderful)
Gochi--Encino area (good charcoal grill your own meats, premium short ribs are superb!; service can be mediocre at times)

A&W Seafood (only edible authentic Chinese in the area, but not comparable to San Gabriel Valley eats)
Mandarin Deli (decent noodles, but again not as good as SGV)

Milano's--WH (okay Italian food, bad service)
Cafe Bellisimo--WH (decent Italian food but not superb)

Poquito Mas--WH (good tacos and good fast-food style Mexican)
Casa de Carlos--WH (not bad, decent Mexican)
Sagebrush Cantina--Calabasas (decent food, not stellar but nice atmosphere)

La Frite--WH (good French food, not super cheap but not bad)
Ruth's Chris--WH (super steaks)
Weiler's Deli--WH (good pastrami, sandwiches, soups; not as good as Langer's but good for the area)
Kate Mantillini's--WH (decent comfort food but terribly overpriced)
Topanga Mall Food Court--good Korean food and good variety for upscale food court but not too conveniently located to the parking lot

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