The newspaper 'Los Angeles Times' recommends this list of restaurants to savor the dish
The mole, from Mexico, has already become a typical Los Angeles dish as well.
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Black mole, poblano, pipian and even mole green… who live in The Angels we know that mole is one of the more laborious dishes and full of flavor between all the Mexican food. And we can say, without exaggeration, that it has also become a classic of the gastronomic panorama In this city.
The newspaper Los Angeles Times published in its edition this Friday a list of 10 places to eat mole in the city of Los Angeles, where you can find mole de “Excellent”Quality, as the newspaper itself described it. The recommendations include long-standing restaurants tradition, As the Guelaguetza, and others recent creation but with equal taste, like the restaurant Mother!
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Here are the proposals, Which do you think is necessary to include?
- Oaxacan flavors, located at 3337 1/2 W. 8th Street, Koreatown
- Guelaguetza, 3014 W. Olympic Blvd., also in Koreatown
- Mole of the Kings, 6242 Maywood Ave., in Bell
- Mother! Oaxacan Restaurant, with two locations: 1261 Cabrillo Ave., in Torrance; and 10426 National Blvd., in The Angels
- The Molenderas, 2635 Gage Ave., Huntington Park
- CaCao Mexicatessen, 1576 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles
- Gish bac, 4163 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles
- The Mexican Casita, 4030 E. Gage Ave., Bell
- Moles La Tia, 4619 E. Cesar E. Chavez Ave., Los Angeles
- The Goddess of the Moles, 8335 Rosecrans Ave., Paramount