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Newcomer Northern Cafe Does Dumplings in Westwood Soon

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Right on Gayley Avenue.

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There's yet more Asian food coming to Westwood, with news from Toddrickallen that a small shop called Northern Cafe is rolling into town.

Per the post, Northern Cafe takes over the former Mongol BBQ location next to the Whole Foods, with paper already covering the windows and a menu taped to the front that shows everything from dumplings to noodles to orange chicken. It's a bit unclear, but the shop seems to be an offshoot of Northern Cafe in Hacienda Heights, which is a Taiwanese spot that's been around for a little while now.

No word on when things will fire up in Westwood, but paper is already over the windows and a menu is taped up inside, so hopefully it won't be long before Northern Cafe can come to life in Westwood.

Northern Cafe
1064 Gayley Ave.
Los Angeles, CA