Yakitori, takoyaki, tsukumen, and more: what and where to eat should you find yourself hungry in Tokyo in the wee hours.
'late-night' on Serious Eats
Los Angeles has a lot more late night food to offer than just taco trucks. Here are six of our favorites.
From French toast to homemade veggie lasagna, we have some pretty interesting late-night cravings. What about you?
The first time I ever tried chilaquiles was in Sayulita, a small surfing town on Mexico's west coast. My Spanish was wobbly, so I didn't exactly know what I was getting in to when I pointed at the word on the menu, but I do know that I've been hooked on the stuff ever since. So when I heard about the late-night Chilaquiles (17.95) at Au Cheval, I knew I needed to stay up past my bedtime to see what all the fuss what about.
Not "open until 4 a.m." or "we stay late on the weekends." We're talking truly 24-hours. As luck would have it, West Hollywood managed to produce a perfectly satisfying all-night taco spot, backed into a small strip along Santa Monica Blvd.
Currywurst is that unique combination of steamed bratwurst slices bathed in a sweet, curry-spiced ketchupy sauce that Germans are so crazy about, they have a museum devoted to it. Andre Wechsler opened Wechsler's Currywurst to bring a taste of Berlin (he's originally from Hamm) to the East Village.