Mole de los Reyes

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

) 287-6911, Mole de los Reyes As the Bell restaurant’s name suggests, its draw is moles — some of them gloriously outrageous. (Rocio Camacho, L.A.'s mole goddess, once cooked here; the mole recipes still bear her imprint

Broken Spanish    Burritos La Palma    Cacao Mexicatessen    Carnitas El Momo    Coni'Seafood    Gish Bac    Guelaguetza    Guerrilla Tacos    Madre    Mariscos Jalisco    Mi Ranchito Veracruz    Mole de los Reyes    Poncho's Tlayudas    El Ruso    Sonoratown    Tacos 1986    Tacos Ensenada    Teddy's Red Tacos    Tortas Ahogadas El Rey    Zacatecas Restaurant   

10 Mexican restaurants for excellent mole in Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 10, 2020

tamal oaxaqueño filled with chicken and mole negro. 3014 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, (213) 427-0608, Mole sampler from Mole de los Reyes. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Tucked into an unassuming industrial lane in Bell, this tiny

with sharp, bracing notes that are distinctly agave. If you love the earthy corn smut fungus called huitlacoche, order the soft, velvety mole de los reyes. 6242 Maywood Ave., Bell, (323) 588-5536 The twentysomething-ingredient mole poblano at this

Review: Jonathan Gold goes to Bell for Rocio Camacho's take on a boozy Oaxacan taqueria

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • November 16, 2017

her cooking at Moles La Tía in Boyle Heights (although I had apparently tasted some of her dishes at La Casita Mexicana, where she started), and then at Mole de los Reyes in Bell, La Huasteca in Lynwood, Rocio’s Mole de Los Dioses in Sun Valley and