Los Angeles, the city which never sleeps, is filled with countless restaurants both expensive and cheap. You can find nearly any cuisine in Los Angeles. May that be Chinese, Italian, Korean, Japanese, etc. you name it Los Angeles has it, but no one does Mexican better than Guisados. Located near Monterey Park, Guisados serves best Mexican food. Menu served at Guisados features a wide range of awesome dishes. This restaurant brings the original Mexican taste with cheap prizes to Los Angeles. Guisados brings you comfort and familiarity; with every ingredient serving its role, Guisados is a true labor of love. Every ingredient used in Guisados is fresh and organic. The best thing about Guisados is that its entire menu is Gluten free, which is absolutely awesome. Guisados is best known for its tacos. They also serve quality seafood and refreshing drinks. Here are some of the dishes for which Guisados is best known for.
Tinga de Pollo
Shredded chicken breast braized with tomatoes, cabbage, chorizo and chipotle. Served with chipotle chile and avocado.
Squash, tomatoes, bell peppers, corn, and onions. Served with queso fresco and a mild chipotle sour cream.
Grilled white fish, served atop black beans. Topped with cabbage, avocado/ cilantro cream, chile arbol, and Pico de Gallo.
Cinnamon rice milk-My most favorite!
Review # 2: Local Item In L.A ( Jewelry):
While visiting Los Angeles, Aklias is a must place to go. This is my favorite go-to shop when ever I visit L.A. The owner Aklia Chinn opened her first store back in 2010 in LA. She began crafting and designing custom jewelry for over 20 years. Her dedication to work showed in the jewelry she made.
In addition to the jewelry she designs, Aklia also fills her store with antique jewelry and recovered objects from around the world. Her passion for materials, color, and texture manifests itself throughout her designs and her store. There is nothing else like this in LA. Aklia's selection of antique Rajasthani silver jewelry is just breathtaking. The material in this shop isn't just "Ethnic", it's perfectly well chosen from Africa, India, and the silk road. It's a perfect place to stop by if you ready to make your statement, and trust me you won’t regret it.
Review # 3: Local Event In L.A:
Celebrating Day of the Dead in Los Angeles:
Day of the Dead in Los Angeles just might be one of the favorite local holidays. Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday in which family and friends come together to remember their loved ones who have died. The celebration isn't about haunted spirits or gathering for mourning, but instead, it offers a healthy perspective on the hereafter. People who believe in this Mexican holiday often visit their loved ones' gravestones, as part of public gatherings; you'll find many other mesmerizing things, including cultural affairs around the city with dance rituals, a musical show and plenty of Calica (skeleton) costumes. This event also serves tastiest Mexican food. This event ends when the people who came to visit their loved ones visit graves and build altars (or ofrendas) and decorate them with sugar skulls and marigolds as well as the deceased's favorite food, drinks, and possessions. This Day of the Dead takes place in November.
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