5 unique food courts in Los Angeles

1) Far East Plaza

This 1976 structure houses one of the first ethnic food courts built in the US; today, it’s under a massive resurgence with good eats in every shop. From the historic (Ten Ren, Fortune) to the hip (Chego, Howlin’ Rays, Lasa), some of the hottest – literally and figuratively – restaurants are here.

asian food court Far East Plaza in Los Angeles

727 N Broadway, Chinatown

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