Alegria On Sunset

★★★★★

About Alegria On Sunset

Hours
Sat: 10am-11pm, Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm, Fri: 11am-11pm

Food

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special of fish burrito with mahi mahi was very good -\r
kiwi drink excellent - everything tastes fresh and green and nourishing and is beautlfilly presented

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★★★★★

special of fish burrito with mahi mahi was very good -\r
kiwi drink excellent - everything tastes fresh and green and nourishing and is beautlfilly presented

Pros: pico de gallo was superb

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The service was awesome, and I like the BYOB policy.\r
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The best part of this restaurant is the original menu. Its not your "traditional" Mexican fare and it really looks and tastes like they've got a chef that knows what's up.

3
★★★★★

The service was awesome, and I like the BYOB policy.\r
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The best part of this restaurant is the original menu. Its not your "traditional" Mexican fare and it really looks and tastes like they've got a chef that knows what's up.

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I make it a point to eat here every time I'm in L.A. - and don't let the discovery that this unassuming little place is in a strip mall - this food is wonderful. If there's a wait - it's worth it. NOTE: A reviewer in February mistook this

3
★★★★★

I make it a point to eat here every time I'm in L.A. - and don't let the discovery that this unassuming little place is in a strip mall - this food is wonderful. If there's a wait - it's worth it. NOTE: A reviewer in February mistook this

Pros: The food!

Cons: It's not a "romantic" wine and dine place.

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Best I've ever had, and usually filled with red snapper, mahi mahi, or salmon. Perfect amount of spiciness and always plenty of filling to complement the delicious black beans and vegan rice. Bring some beer if you're so inclined, because they're BYOB and they don't charge a fee. Really nice staff, too.

5
★★★★★

Best I've ever had, and usually filled with red snapper, mahi mahi, or salmon. Perfect amount of spiciness and always plenty of filling to complement the delicious black beans and vegan rice. Bring some beer if you're so inclined, because they're BYOB and they don't charge a fee. Really nice staff, too.

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Alegria is still the same reliable source of hearty, fresh Mexican fare. Dining in the cozy restaurant is a pleasure, for sure. But take-out burritos have recently become my weekly treat. I just haven't come across a better burrito in Los Angeles. Take your pick: Alexis, Veggie or Chicken. They all burst at the seams and you can taste each one of the fresh ingredients in isolation. And yet, together, the ingredients form a delicious, coherent whole. They complement their take-outs with a generous bag of tortilla chips and a pot of salsa, which makes the whole package a wonderful sub-$10 meal for those evenings when you're too lazy or tired to cook.

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★★★★☆

Alegria is still the same reliable source of hearty, fresh Mexican fare. Dining in the cozy restaurant is a pleasure, for sure. But take-out burritos have recently become my weekly treat. I just haven't come across a better burrito in Los Angeles. Take your pick: Alexis, Veggie or Chicken. They all burst at the seams and you can taste each one of the fresh ingredients in isolation. And yet, together, the ingredients form a delicious, coherent whole. They complement their take-outs with a generous bag of tortilla chips and a pot of salsa, which makes the whole package a wonderful sub-$10 meal for those evenings when you're too lazy or tired to cook.

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Who would have expected a fine dining in a run-down strip mall? :) Well, Alegria surely surprised me. I was offered an excellent modern take on Mexican classics - tortilla soups,tacos a la crema, snow crab enchiladas, tamale pies,
burritos, fish tacos, carne asadas and oh-so-good Alegria specials. Don't foget their fresh alcohol-free fruit juices and smoothies. The stuff is super-friendly and the prices are very very reasonable.

PROS: tasty, fresh and healthy
CONS: Cash Only

5
★★★★★

Who would have expected a fine dining in a run-down strip mall? :) Well, Alegria surely surprised me. I was offered an excellent modern take on Mexican classics - tortilla soups,tacos a la crema, snow crab enchiladas, tamale pies,
burritos, fish tacos, carne asadas and oh-so-good Alegria specials. Don't foget their fresh alcohol-free fruit juices and smoothies. The stuff is super-friendly and the prices are very very reasonable.

PROS: tasty, fresh and healthy
CONS: Cash Only

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By all outside appearances, you might think you are in for a night of cheap, not-so-good mexican food. The restaurant sits in a typical LA strip mall with some trashy thrift stores and dominos pizza. BUT...proceed to go in and dine on fab-flavored mexican dishes. This isn't your typical menu as they add a lot of interesting variations to southwestern food. Tip 1: Try the mole sauce. Tip 2: Bring your own booze. Tip 3: Prepare to wait a bit for a table. This is a small dining room.

4
★★★★☆

By all outside appearances, you might think you are in for a night of cheap, not-so-good mexican food. The restaurant sits in a typical LA strip mall with some trashy thrift stores and dominos pizza. BUT...proceed to go in and dine on fab-flavored mexican dishes. This isn't your typical menu as they add a lot of interesting variations to southwestern food. Tip 1: Try the mole sauce. Tip 2: Bring your own booze. Tip 3: Prepare to wait a bit for a table. This is a small dining room.

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