We recently shared a few of our favorite foods under $10 in and around Los Angeles — and then we asked the BuzzFeed Community to share theirs. Here’s what they said.
1. A French dip sandwich at Philippe The Original.
Where: 1001 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles
Cost: A regular French Dip is $6.75
—Carl Hossli, Facebook
2. The rice bowl — with sorrel pesto, radish, feta cheese, and poached egg — at SQIRL.
3. A slice of maple custard from The Pie Hole.
Where: 714 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles
—Kendall Allen, Facebook
4. Dynamite Fries at Oi Asian Fusion.
5. Macarons from ‘Lette Macarons.
Where: Locations in Beverly Hills, Little Tokyo, and Glendale
Cost: $1.95 each
—Ashley Mae Mangalindan-Santos, Facebook
6. The fried chicken biscuit with Sriracha honey and egg from Free Range food truck.
7. A dozen cheese pastries from Porto's Bakery.
Where: Locations in Burbank, Glendale, and Downey
Cost: $.75 cents each
—Angelica Alumia, Facebook
8. Carne asada and al pastor tacos from King Taco.
9. Warm croissant bread pudding at Masa of Echo Park.
10. Dollar Filipino street food and melon juice at Dollar Hits.
11. Popcorn bacon — deep fried chunks of bacon with maple crema — from Black Hogg.
12. Dole whip soft serve at Brian's Shave Ice.
Where: 11301 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
Cost: $2.75 to $4.75, depending on size
—Nikki Sun, Facebook
13. Thai boat noodles at Sapp Coffee Shop.
14. Specialty donuts — like maple bacon or Fruity Pebbles — at California Donuts.
Where: 3540 W 3rd Street, Los Angeles
Cost: $2 to $3
—Joey Reynoso, Facebook
15. Dollar tacos from El Chato taco truck.
Where: 5300 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
Cost $1 each
—Chris Kevin, Facebook
16. A scoop of saffron pistachio at Saffron & Rose Ice Cream.
17. The Scott Baioli dog — smoked bacon, cheese, caramelized onions, and garlic aioli — at DogHaus.
Where: Locations in and around LA, including Canoga Park and Burbank
—Marie Tyler, Facebook
18. A bowl of Daikoko ramen at Daikokuya.
19. Cheese pupusas at Sarita’s Pupuseria.
Where: 317 S. Broadway | Grand Central Market
Cost: About $3 each
20. The Spanish Godfather sandwich — ham, tomato, chorizo, manchego, and veggies — at Ink Sack.
21. Red velvet cake at Doughboys.
Where: 8136 W. Third Street, Los Angeles
—Rigo Perez, Facebook