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Komodo Pico
Asian Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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8809 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035
8809 West Pico BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90035
$Asian Restaurant, Asian Fusion Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Asian Fusion Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Modern California Asian Fusion Cuisine. Gourmet Takeout. Lunch, Dinner & Catering.
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Food truck offshoot & counter-serve cafe known for Asian-fusion eats, such as spicy shrimp tacos.- Google
"Nasi Goreng tasted wonderful and was accompanied by a delicious garlic aioli."
"The truffle fries are a most and Komodo always gives more than enough to share."
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Phyllis Todd
2 months ago
Amazing food... Very friendly service.. Only down side is that this place is so popular and there's limited seats... But it's worth it. Even having to drive to the west side during traffic... Worth it.... Circling around the block to look for parking... Worth it. Driving back to work in traffic...worth it. Honestly... This place is worth it
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Jewell Castillo
3 months ago
This place is a 5 star place due to the price, quality of food, and creativity of the menu, and all that good stuff. BUT, the loco modo taco makes this a 4 star place. While it has an adorable tiny over easy egg, the burger patty was dry and tasteless and instead of classic loco moco gravy, they use teriyaki sauce instead. WTF. It says teriyaki sauce on the menu (I should have read closer I guess) but this taco does not truly earn the name of the awesome loco moco. Everything else was good haha.
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Harry Rhodes
2 months ago
I wasn't crazy about the food truck but had higher hopes for the brick and mortar given the positive reviews and expansive menu. Crab cakes were mini nuggets that were a little too greasy for me, liked the flavor of the tuna tartare but the way that they serve it (tuna tartare tacos?) didn't appeal to me. Meatballs were fine and reasonably priced. Garlic fries were standard thin frozen fries. To me this meal tasted like food truck food, coming out of an actual restaurant. If I ever find myself in the Kosher Corridor again I'll probably head somewhere else.
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Brian Robinson
3 months ago
The service here is excellent. The staff makes sure you're taken care of and are eager to answer any questions you may have about the menu. However, I felt that the food was just alright and that the place had an off smell about it that made me lose my appetite, not sure where it was coming from. I will do an updated review when I have another chance to go.
Heather Carr
2 months ago
Overall, I would give Komodo a 4.5, but since that's not an option, I went with 4 and this is why. The location is very close to my house, so I find myself eating out there quite a bit. The MP3 is my favorite flavor to date but I also like the Blazing Shrimp (decently spicy) as well as the Signature. My least favorites/middle-the-road selections include the Loko Modo (very dry beef patty, sauce was only in one part of burrito) and I wasn't crazy about the Java (pork rendang was on the dry side and didn't measure up to the flavor profiles on the rest of the menu). The Lethal Combo option cannot be beat ($10). You get a burrito, a taco and a can of soda. I have been able to taste my way around the menu with this unbeatable combo. The service is always friendly and by now the staff mostly recognize me from my frequent visits. I have noticed a distinct smell/odor as soon as you walk in the door. It is located next to a bus stop but as someone who is also a Chef, I recognize it as more of a cooking smell. Not pleasant to senses, especially when it is most potent in the area where guests order.
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Atul Saxena
3 months ago
Their drinks are super good, and super sweet. I'd recommend the Lychee. lots of choices for the Asian-Mexican fusion cuisine. I'm not a fan of corn tortillas, but the food was decent. The shrimp was hella spicy.
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Frank Long
2 months ago
Went here again, finally, for lunch . I have to say, the service was not only better, but actually fantastic! However , I felt the food was a notch below. I had a bowl and it was pretty plain, and others in my part thought the same. It was crowded, so Maybe having difficulty w quality as more crowded.
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Lily Yip
4 months ago
If you're craving some Asian-Mexican fusion food, come check this place out. It's a small, cute place. I was warmly greeted when I walked in. They had their menu written out on a big chalkboard to your left and they also have a menu by the register. Since it was my first visit, I asked the girl for recommendations. I decided to try the deadly combo which included 2 tacos, truffle or garlic fries, and a drink. SERVICE: Great! They kept coming around to ask if I needed anything, if I enjoyed my food, and were very friendly. DRINKS: *Passion Fruit Green Tea: very good! Had a very subtle passionfruit flavor and wasn't too sweet. *Lychee Lemonade: Perfect! It was good balance between lychee and sweet lemonade. I made an Arnold Palmer and mixed the two and it tasted good! Yay for free refills! :) TACOS: I decided to try their two most popular tacos based off the girl's recommendation. Both were very delicious! *Komodo 2.0 (Seared Top Sirloin w/ Jalapeno Aioli & Southwest Corn Salad): Tasted like pieces of steak covered with corn. Yum! *Signature (Marinated Top Sirloin w/ homemade Guacamole & Cotija Cheese): Loved the guacamole and cheese! SIDE: *Truffle fries: Giant bowl of skinny french fries drizzled with truffle oil and sprinkled with parmesan cheese. Yum! PARKING: -Street/meter parking I would definitely come back and try one of their bowls or other menu items.
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