La Caridad Restaurant

★★★★★

About La Caridad Restaurant

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Mon - Fri, 8am - 8pm; Sat, Sun, 8am - 5pm

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My husband and I love, love Cuban food! If you're ever in Westlake, come to this small little shack of a restaurant and orcer up a good plate of pollo asada with rice, beans and plantains! Wish I lived in LA again.

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My husband and I love, love Cuban food! If you're ever in Westlake, come to this small little shack of a restaurant and orcer up a good plate of pollo asada with rice, beans and plantains! Wish I lived in LA again.

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if you want the best cuban food by far, this is the spot. really good good food. so much food, all for a few bucks. cooking at its best. theygot the viejito and viejita, cookin away, stirring big ol pots in the back. authentic. the fault here, is the location. blink, you will miss it. and the area is less then desirable. temple is a thru way for l.a.'s finest so i wouldnt worry about safety. the dishes; carne con papas, pollo fricase', and my favorite, the oxtails. delicious. they also have a fried rice dish, with all kinds of goodies, shrimp, pork, etc. which you must try . you will not be disapointed. i suggest going around noon, as they make enough food for the day, and close around 6ish. a must, cafe con leche, the malduros (sweet bananas), media noches and the ensalada de aguacate. the avocado salad.

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★★★★★

if you want the best cuban food by far, this is the spot. really good good food. so much food, all for a few bucks. cooking at its best. theygot the viejito and viejita, cookin away, stirring big ol pots in the back. authentic. the fault here, is the location. blink, you will miss it. and the area is less then desirable. temple is a thru way for l.a.'s finest so i wouldnt worry about safety. the dishes; carne con papas, pollo fricase', and my favorite, the oxtails. delicious. they also have a fried rice dish, with all kinds of goodies, shrimp, pork, etc. which you must try . you will not be disapointed. i suggest going around noon, as they make enough food for the day, and close around 6ish. a must, cafe con leche, the malduros (sweet bananas), media noches and the ensalada de aguacate. the avocado salad.

Pros: good good food, alot of it, inexpensive

Cons: , small, close early

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This little deli stand of a joint is really very small but the food and service is the the best you're going to get this side of Little Havana. The atmosphere feels like the Bronx and that's a good thing. Don't even bother looking at the menu, just ask what they're cooking and have some of that. You won't be disappointed.

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★★★★★

This little deli stand of a joint is really very small but the food and service is the the best you're going to get this side of Little Havana. The atmosphere feels like the Bronx and that's a good thing. Don't even bother looking at the menu, just ask what they're cooking and have some of that. You won't be disappointed.

Pros: Old school style, very cheap, quick service

Cons: , not open late, parking a bit hard

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This Historic Filipinotown institution has thrived since 1971, with Orestes Garcia as the owner since the late '80s. The Cuban diner's design is minimal, with four tables, a dark wood counter offering prime views of the open kitchen,…

 

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