The Farmers Market at 3rd and Fairfax has over 30 food stands. Stall #122 is my favorite. Yes, folks, I like Singapore's Banana Leaf more than Loteria Grill. I've eaten here many times and have yet to be disappointed by anything!
It's not the cheapest or the fastest eatery at 3rd and Fairfax.
But it's the best.
What do you think? What's your favorite place at The Farmers Market?
Never had a curry puff, but it sounds good! We don't have places like this in OC that I know of, you're lucky.ReplyDelete
man, haven't been back there in ages. i always eat at loteria and then pick up some toffee at little john's. i will check this place out next time.ReplyDelete
I grew up in Singapore (not a native, though) and I have to say...not a fan of Banana Leaf. The taste is muted and watered down for me, compared to the real Singaporean food I love and crave.ReplyDelete
Fresh lime juice sounds really good.ReplyDelete
I have to say that my favorite is The Gumbo Pot. Back to Los Angeles posts? nicceee~ReplyDelete
I like Singapore Banana Leaf, the Brazilian Place, Moishe's. It's all good.ReplyDelete
I like Singapore's Banana Leaf. And the Gumbo Pot too!ReplyDelete
I'm Singaporean and Native. In all honesty, it's hard to replcate SG food (hawkers actually spend decades perfecting their dishes) but I do like Banana Leaf. The rendang and roti is pretty good. And you'll be hard pressed to find another place that sells this cuisine in a 10 mile radiusReplyDelete
i see you've gone the collage route! isn't it great?!ReplyDelete
i want to try a curry puff!
i am in such a rut when it comes to eating at the farmers market: magee's corned beef & cabbage plate, every. single. time.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I always say I need to try this place, but it always looks like there's waiting and cash only involved. I generally go to Moishe's or Loteria. But back to my original point, yeah, I need to try Banana Leaf. :PReplyDelete
I almost always end up at the Gumbo Pot. So so good.ReplyDelete