Arrival at Whichaway Camp on the Shirmacher Oasis in Queen Maud Land. The three centralized pods held the kitchen, lounge, and dining room.

Los Angeles has over 8,000 restaurants, spread across 503 square miles, offering every cuisine imaginable, and then some.

Which is why on my most recent trip to L.A., having only four nights to spare, an aversion to research and planning that borders on the pathological, and a propensity for paralyzing indecision whenever I dare try, I decided to leave the repast task in the hands of those who know the city’s dining scene best: locals.

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