Most of Angelinos are obsessed with the questions what’s new and what’s hot. Especially when it comes to restaurants.
The dining scene in Los Angeles is one of the best when it comes to diverse blend of internationally inspired cuisines. L.A. is a true culinary mecca. Don’t listen to your travel agent what he tells you, he doesn’t know. It’s not easy to keep up with new and hot, when it’s about fast paced LA. We give you local insider knowledge of the city’s food scene—the freshest, most inventive and most memorable spots right now.
Viale del Romani
One of top Italian restaurant openings this year –Viale del Romani . Very stylish and classy inside, located in the Design District, this restaurant is a great addition to collection of nearby crowded celeb hotspots like Craig’s, Catch, and Gracias Madre. The star of the Viale del Romani is the custom-built wood-burning grill, fresh handmade pastas.
It’s hard to imagine dining in a more luxurious setting like in The NoMad. The Italian architecture building one time was a former Bank. Now this is one of the city’s most stylish and dramatic dinner destinations. Michelin-starred chef Daniel Humm performs classic French technique with modern influences. We are absolute fans of the famous whole-roasted chicken with foie gras and black truffle!
Morocco, Turkey, Israel, and Egypt were blend with contemporary and industrial accents in Bavel. The great design ideas of the interior allow the different styles to enhance in an elegant way. Located in a former warehouse with original elements appear throughout the space. The restaurant has a Middle Eastern pumped-up version of the classic menu. Almost everything comes with some sort of pita or flatbread to get food to your mouth, and all of them are fantastic.
Tesse Restaurant is located in sleek and modern space at Sunset Strip. We are sure that you have dined in many Michelin starred places in Europe. If so, you might have a thought that US restaurants have a way to go to meet European guidelines. This is a true French / Belgium authentic cuisine. The desserts are truly spectacular and the show stopper. Do not miss those when you go here. The huge plus is a great selection of wines without breaking a bank. That keeps you going back for more.
Avra Beverly Hills Estiatorio
A new Greek seafood restaurant in Beverly Hills is bright, beautiful, with ficus trees and large tables and seafood that’s just arrived from European waters. Avra Beverly Hills Estiatorio is a good choice for the see-and-be-seen crowd and easy-drinking cocktails. First , you do Santorini Martinis and a few Greek dips like melitzano salata or htipiti. Then you’ll watch as that chilled seafood meets its fate on the charcoal grill.