Paying tribute to the multicultural melting pot of Southern California and Los Angeles in particular, the tacos here come in true fusion style. Examples include tacos filled with fried chicken and kimchi flavoured pico de gallo salsa (Korean crispy chicken) or tacos with shrimp balls and pickled vegetables (Vietnamese shrimp balls). We enjoyed the unexpected combinations of ingredients, which create unique aromas, not to mention the tacos themselves, which are full of flavour. We also loved the posole soup (a hominy and green chilli stew) served as a side. You get four small tacos with your order and a side, but we recommend a mixed platter (minimum 2 people), so you can taste four different tacos, instead of four of the same. The casual style at LA Brea might also make you want to linger for an after-dinner cocktail. It is, however, a rather pricey treat, but what else would you expect from La La Land?