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Belgian & Austrian Restaurants in Los Angeles,California

Posted last August 12, 2015, 3:42 am in Food report article

Many cultures have a recognizable cuisine, a specific set of cooking traditions using various spices or a combination of flavors unique to that culture, which evolves over time.This also includes a complex food trade which helps the cultures to economically survive by way of food, not just by consumption.Foods are the most basic needs of every individuals.Austrian foods here are many styles and dishes that are typical for a particular region of Austria. Austrian food is hearty and traitionl;often good quality it makes use of local and seasonal ingredients,while Belgium has many distinctive national dishes, many internationally-popular foods like hamburgers and spaghetti bolognese are also popular in Belgium, and most of what Belgians eat is also eaten in neighbouring countries. 



Belgian Restaurant



Little Bear
Le Pain Quotidien - Larchmont
The Waffle
Belgium Waffle Haus
Le Pain Quotidien - Westwood
Wurstküche Restaurant
The Globe - Belgian GastroPub
Le Pain Quotidien
Le Pain Quotidien - Studio City
Le Pain Quotidien - Brentwood 





Austrian Restaurant



BierBeisl Imbiss & Bakery
Transwestern
BierBeisl
Maximilians



A typical Austrian meal includes usually from 2 to 7 courses according to the importance of the meal's guest or occasion. It is usually made up of an appetizer (Vorspeise), a soup (Suppe), and a main course (Hauptspeise) with one or two either raw or cooked side dishes.Belgian cuisine' therefore usually refers to dishes of Belgian origin, or those considered typically.Though everyone of us have a different cultures and cuisine,its not an issue.The most important is our stomache who always craving for foods.