Wondering where to get the best dishes and awesome drinks in Los Angeles right now? Look no further because we have compiled a list of the city’s best restaurants, and when we say “best restaurants”, we mean it.
Porridge and Puffs
Located at 2801 Beverly Blvd, Historic Filipinotown, Chef Minh Phan serves a market-oriented set of comforting rice porridge bowls in a superb atmosphere.
Porridge and Puffs isn’t the regular restaurant where you will find eggs on toast or chewy bread puffs. Instead, they make fantastic porridges topped with five-spice braised short rib and Chinese sausage with black-eyed pea miso.
Located at a former post office turned into a buzzy Cal-Ital joint; Hippo isn’t just a neighborhood restaurant; it is a classic and outstanding one with foods that are served in a high ceiling dining hall.
The rooms are inviting rooms, the atmosphere is lively, the cocktails are classy, and the foods are just what you want to eat, with pork’s that melt under the weight of a fork. The restaurant is located at 5916 1/2 N. Figueroa St., Highland Park and managed by Matt Molina who helms the kitchen and David Rosoff who stock the wine.
Located at 447 S. Hewitt St., Arts District, Simone restaurant is one of the impressive new restaurants owned and managed by former Manresa chef de cuisine and Jessica Largey.
The restaurant has an inviting interior decorated with arts and modern whimsy; the cocktails are some of the best drinks in the city, the atmosphere is also lively with a main dining room, a fine cocktail bar, a coursed-out six-seat chef’s bar, and Duello all located in one superb atmosphere.
Located at 5365 West Adams Blvd, West Adams, Alta is an excellent restaurant that serves delicious cornbread, and coconut cake which you will love to take home.
The dishes are simple, and the cocktails are tasty; although the service can be low at times, the food is worth waiting for.
Located at 1816 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA just behind Skylight books, Atrium is known for its crowd-friendly menu of innovative Chef Hunter Pritchett.
The ambience leaves you with a warm feeling while the services are first class to get you coming back again. You can get everything you need from passion fruit, hamachi crudo to a robust dry-aged steak with Sichuan peppercorns.
Located at 8512 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood is a Japanese- Italian restaurant in West Hollywood with a dark intimate and modern oceanic interior touch.
The restaurant incorporates Italian pasta with Japanese ingredients leaving you with a delicious dish that gets you asking for more.
The Ronan Restaurant is located in the eastern part of Melrose; you will find everything you need from classically grilled snappers to Neapolitan-style pizza in this restaurant.
You will also find a set of sharable small plates with wood-fired pizza that can serve the neighbourhood. Ronan is located at 7315 Melrose Ave.
Located at 8820 Washington Blvd #301, Culver City, CA 90232, Margo is a rooftop dining destination with an epic view and classy, comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant serves coastal Mediterranean cuisine from the regions of Spain and Italy.
The menus features grilled meats, seafood’s creative vegetable dishes, handmade pastes among others. The atmosphere is calm, the building is has a modern glass industrial style indoor/outdoor grand structure with art taking a prominent place throughout the restaurant.
Finally, if you are visiting Los Angeles for the first time, ensure you visit any of the restaurant listed above to have a taste of the best dishes and relax in a cool and superb atmosphere.