There’s precious little Portuguese food in Los Angeles. Which is why it’s both bewildering and delightful to stumble across the new Queee Sushi Station & Portuguese Cuisine, says Chandavkl. Open for lunch only, they do mostly sushi, but there’s a separate Portuguese menu of just five items: a fisherman’s bowl, sablefish, chicken breast, lamb chops, and sirloin.

Glazed sablefish is “fabulous,” says Chandavkl, a little like baked sea bass. It’s pricey—$12 for two small chunks of fish, and it came with a bowl of Portuguese potato and sausage soup.

Queee Sushi Station & Portuguese Cuisine [Chinatown]
643 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles

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