On a diet? Still want something tasty? These places may not always have low-calorie options, but they have enough items that will let you make believe.
Recently remodeled hot tofu shop in Koreatown helps late night or cold weather cravings with steaming bowls of tofu, egg, shrimp and meat, plus sides of bulgogi and dumplings for hungrier stomachs.
Popular brunch and catering spot know for expertly prepared salads, sandwiches and desserts, as well as a gourmet supermarket for all your high-end nuts, candies and confection needs.
Trusty mid-city Japanese noodle shop offers affordable bowls of soba or udon, accessorized by side dishes of tempura and sushi.
Bold colors and flavors help being alive the Two Hot Tamales' creative takes on tacos, tostadas and more.
Healthy, pan-Asian favorites like har gow, potstickers and marinated black cod at a relaxed, moderately priced mid-city restaurant.
Giant salads and a New Orleans flair for crepes and rotisserie chicken make this a popular lunch spot.
High class's sandwich shop known for fresh ingredients and inventive salads also dabbles in New Orleans-style po' boys and pan Asian fare.
Wine store and cheese shop also known for stellar hamburgers and inventive salads.
An acronym for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant serves the best of all meals: from omelettes and tater tots to burgers and edamame salads.
New York transplant known for their vegan and otherwise "healthy" desserts is known its cupcakes, but also makes its mark with cookies, banana breads and other breakfast confections. Shots of frosting are available for sugar junkies on the go .