Tag Archive: tasting menu

West LA: Going for the Tasting Menu at Kato

  I headed out to the Westside to check out Kato, the new Japanese and Taiwanese inflected tasting menu restaurant. There are a few a la carte items that we added to our… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner with a View at 71Above

  I’ve been dying to try 71Above ever since I heard they were opening and Chef Vartan Abgaryan was going to be the executive chef a couple years ago. I went for dinner… Continue reading

DTLA: Tasting Menu at Orsa and Winston

  Back in March, I did the tasting menu at Orsa and Winston. Chef Josef Centeno is one of my favorite chefs and I was looking forward to dinner at O&W. I go… Continue reading

Larchmont Village: Fine Dining at Kali Restaurant

  I first met Chef Kevin Meehan when he was over at Cafe Pinot and then he started his supper club Kali Dining. I somehow never made it to the supper club (I… Continue reading

DTLA: New Chef Johnny Palomino at Mignon Wine Bar

  Mignon is launching a new market menu with Chef Johnny Palomino tonight, Tuesday, February 2nd. Chef Palomino comes from Mignon’s sister restaurant Papilles. The three-course menu ($30) will be inspired the seasons.… Continue reading

Hollywood: Dinner and Drinks at Birch

  I recently checked out Birch in Hollywood. I had gotten a Blackboard Eats deal and thought 6 courses for $60 was fantastic. The drinks at Birch aren’t named but you can order… Continue reading

DineLA Returns January 19 – February 1

  DineLA returns for two weeks from January 19 through February 1. This is a great time to check out new restaurants such as Izakaya Akatora in Alhambra where lunch is only $15 and… Continue reading

Children’s Cooking and Etiquette Class at Culina

  The Four Seasons Los Angeles of Beverly Hills is offering a children’s cooking and etiquette class this Saturday, October 11 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The class will be held in… Continue reading

DTLA: Tasting Menu at Fifty Seven

  Fifty Seven opened in Downtown Los Angeles in the Arts District a few months ago. The concept will rotate different chefs and the opening chef is David Nayfeld (formerly New York’s acclaimed Eleven… Continue reading

Beverly Hills: Seasonal Dining at Maude

  Internationally famous chef Curtis Stone has opened Maude, a small restaurant in Beverly Hills. The tasting-menu only restaurant focuses on one ingredient a month. I went a couple of months ago for… Continue reading