Tlayuda L.A. Restaurant

Inspired Oaxacan cuisine, serving home-style cooking with fresh ingredients and always made to order

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Date Established:
2018
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Inspired Oaxacan cuisine, serving home-style cooking with fresh ingredients and always made to order
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Los Angeles, CA
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Tlayudas serves up home-style cooking inspired by Oaxacan cuisine using super fresh ingredients in cooked to order dishes. Specialties include handcrafted Aguas Frescas (Horchata, Jamaica, Tamarindo), desserts (flan and cheesecake by Chef Turok), the best guacamole in town, and delicious Tlayudas. Tlayudas are a traditional Oaxacan street food, consisting of a large, thin, crunchy, toasted tortilla covered with a spread of beans, lettuce, avocado, meat (chicken, tasajo, cesina pork, or chorizo), Oaxaca cheese. Come for the tacos, tortas, burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas and an all day breakfast menu and choose from delicious meats or vegetarian options. Located on Santa Monica Blvd and N Oxford Ave, near Interstate 101 (Hollywood Fwy). Just few minutes driving from Los Angeles City College.

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Los Angeles Times
Where to find the great Oaxacan dish tlayuda in Los Angeles
Where to find the great Oaxacan dish tlayuda in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Magazine
Essential T: The Tlayudas at Tlayuda L.A. Are Vegetarian-Friendly (and Delicious)
Essential T: The Tlayudas at Tlayuda L.A. Are Vegetarian-Friendly (and Delicious)
LA Weekly
DON'T CALL IT A PIZZA WHEN IT'S A TLAYUDA
DON'T CALL IT A PIZZA WHEN IT'S A TLAYUDA

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