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GEOFFREY’S

  • March 31, 2014 5:39 am

Grilled Ahi Niçoise Salad - Niçoise Olives, Haricot Verts, Eggs, Red Rose Potatoes, Grain Mustard Vinaigrette

Grilled Ahi Niçoise Salad –
Niçoise Olives, Haricot Verts, Eggs, Red Rose Potatoes, Grain Mustard Vinaigrette

Geoffreys probably has the greatest view in LA . I just hate the choice of spelling.

I call it Jeffreys just to be difficult.

They serve your traditional upscale California fare at just enough inflated cost which affords you that great ocean view.

There really isn’t much more to say about the situation.

My salad was good. The filet mignon was good.

But the Baked Brie in Puff Pastry is what was really delicious.

Come visit the Getty Villa and then come here afterwards for cocktails (don’t know how ya’ll getting home after that, not my problem) and the brie and take in the incredible expanse of ocean.

Then hope to God you’re not lactose intolerant, cuz Malibu is more than a stone’s throw from wherever you live and Cher ain’t gonna let you use her toilet.

BTW:

If you’re ever in the Los Feliz area, you’ve got to check out this incredible abandoned house near Griffith Park that has a scandalous story attached. (see the bottom pic) Read all about it here.

27400 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 457-1519
geoffreysmalibu.com

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Baked Brie in Puff Pastry Pear Chutney, Beurre Blanc, Roasted Pine Nuts

Baked Brie in Puff Pastry
Pear Chutney, Beurre Blanc, Roasted Pine Nuts

The gooey deliciousness...

The gooey deliciousness…

Grilled Filet Mignon -  Choice of Scrambled Eggs or Fresh Vegetables, Rosemary Potatoes

Grilled Filet Mignon –
Choice of Scrambled Eggs or Fresh Vegetables, Rosemary Potatoes

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Getty Villa - The gardens and grounds are just as impressive as the museum contents.

The gardens and grounds aren just as impressive as the museum contents.

Los Feliz Murder House! Abandoned since the late '50's (GOOGLE IT!)

Los Feliz Murder House! Abandoned since the late ’50’s (GOOGLE IT!)

SOOWON GALBI KOREAN BBQ

  • March 28, 2014 5:32 am

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Anyone that lives in LA knows there are hundreds of Korean BBQ restaurants crammed into Koreatown’s 3 mile radius.

As much as it pains me to say this, I’ll never visit them all. No one could. And if they have, I HATE them.

So, I spend my time trolling top 10 lists, visiting only the most famous/popular spots. Probably missing out on a world of culinary opportunities.

Le Sigh.

I’ve eaten at so many restaurants in my time in LA, I deserve a medal. Not sure for what…biggest glutton? Resident who has invested the most money into the city’s restaurant community?

Soowon is always on the Top 10 lists.

High quality meat, upscale setting, great service (that’s often a rarity) and a nice selection of banchan (side dishes)

I have a love/hate relationship with banchan.

Banchan are little white bowls of free Korean appetizers. Every Korean BBQ place has them. They slightly vary from place to place, but there are many items that are pickled, at least one type of kimchi and always a potato salad.

Honestly, I consider the side dishes just part of the table decoration and just focus the meat and the sauces/marinades and rice paper or daikon radish slices to wrap said meat in.

It appears only the nicer places serve the daikon radish slices but if you’re on a low carb kick, that’s the way to go.

I could never properly review Korean BBQ. I never stray from the same few cuts of beef (Galbi, Bulgogi, Kkot Sal) never order anything unusual or different and rarely order anything from the other parts of the menu.

Sorry folks, I’m not going to eat things I find revolting just for your viewing pleasure. I just don’t care for you that much. Kidding, I love all of you. Deeply. And yes, in THAT way.

Soowon’s Kkot Sal (boneless short ribs) are not as tasty as Park’s BBQ but they are still quite excellent. Better than their Galbi specialty.

I didn’t love the grill, too much of the fat falls through and the meat ends up dryer.

The service was amazing, someone was always there cooking our meat or asking if we wanted more sides.

Often you have to beg for more sides and are made to feel shame for it.

Here, they’re happy to do it.

Shame free.

856 S Vermont Ave
Ste C
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(213) 365-9292
soowongalbi.net

Even on a blustery, Tuesday night, with no line, we still had to wait 20 minutes for a table.

Even on a blustery, Tuesday night, with no line, we still had to wait 20 minutes for a table.

Real wood charcoals

Real wood charcoals

Banchan - Side Dishes

Banchan – Side Dishes

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Kkot Sal Beautifully marbled sliced beef rib eye.

Kkot Sal
Beautifully marbled sliced beef rib eye.

Kkot Sal

Kkot Sal

Kkot Sal

Kkot Sal

  Soo Won Wang Galbi Our house speciality. Large beef short ribs in our signature marinade.


Soo Won Wang Galbi
Our house speciality. Large beef short ribs in our signature marinade.

Wang Galbi

Wang Galbi

Wang Galbi

Wang Galbi

"Do NOT post that picture on your blog"

“Do NOT post that picture on your blog”

THE PRINCE

  • March 26, 2014 5:30 am

What the hell is this, you ask? Scroll down to find out.

What the hell is this, you ask? Scroll down to find out.

The Prince started out in the 1920’s as a swanky restaurant called The Windsor.

If you emptied out all the people, nothing has changed since then. The décor is exactly the same. Red leather booths, red and gold walls (the place is very….red) antique light fixtures.

The place is a trippy time warp.

And known for some excellent fried chicken.

Chesty Morgan and I arrived for dinner at the unheard of, almost-past-our-bedtime hour of 5:30 pm and were not exactly shocked to find the place deserted.

Just how we wanted it.

It was Sunday night, we were tired and didn’t want to think too much in order to get fed.

This Koreatown haunt is located in the lobby of an ancient apartment building and be warned that valet is a whopping $2 dollars.

The Fried Chicken (we chose the large, whole bird – under $13 bucks) is not breaded, just thrown in the deep fryer as is.

It’s not the meatiest foul you’ll find, but it’s still plenty of food and very tasty.

It, and every dish you order comes with a side of ultra-simplistic cole slaw. It’s basically just uber thinly sliced cabbage smothered in French dressing. No complaints here. Just some pondering. How do they get the cabbage sliced so thin??

What I really loved was the Spicy Chicken (boneless).

It’s the Korean answer to Orange Chicken except with less breading. Chesty found the flavor/sauce too intense but I found it perfect.

We also shared the Kimchi Fried Rice, which comes topped with a fried egg. We both enjoyed this dish but I thought it could have used a bit more kick. So, I dumped some of the spicy chicken over the top and all was good.

It was a typical night for Chesty and I.

Early bird dinner with the geriatrics. Enough food for 5 people. All done in about 35 minutes.

Done and done.

3198 1/2 W 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(213) 389-1586
theprinceLA.com

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Each booth has a buzzer that you ring when you wish to call your server. For a good time.

Each booth has a buzzer that you ring when you wish to call your server. For a good time.

Where they film the TV shows, "Mad Men" and "New Girl"

Where they film the TV shows, “Mad Men” and “New Girl”

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Spicy Fried Chicken - The Korean answer to Orange Chicken

Spicy Fried Chicken – The Korean answer to Orange Chicken

Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice

Whole Fried Chicken

Whole Fried Chicken

Whole Fried Chicken - Demolished

Whole Fried Chicken – Demolished

SUNSET GRILL

  • March 24, 2014 5:40 am

Egg Sandwich with cheese and bacon

Egg Sandwich with cheese and bacon

Sunset Grill, around since 1957, is known for inspiring the famous Don Henley song “Sunset Grill”.

Of course, that was the Sunset Grill that burned down in the ’90’s. This place is now just a casual, nondescript café, almost like the kind of place that you’d find in a hostel lobby. Candy bars, condoms and oh, we’ll make you a ham and cheese sandwich if you’d like?

When I first moved to LA all those years ago, I’d often drive here (even though I could easily have walked) and order the egg sandwich for breakfast. It reminded me of an egg sandwich you’d get in 1957.

They don’t really advertise the cheese and bacon because they don’t have to; those things automatically come with it. Back when everyone ate meat and dairy cuz, well, why not?

Sunset Grill also adds lettuce and tomato alongside the egg, which I would never do at home but I love how it all tastes when they do it.

Plus, that was the only way anyone got vegetables back in 1957. I believe “salad” was invented the following year. When someone’s lettuce and tomato accidentally slipped out of their sandwich and onto their plate. “Oops! Wait a second…”

Sunset Grill also does an amazing burger. And I mean this in the backyard BBQ sense. Nothing fancy here. The bun is from a Costco 100 pack, the cheese is American and the greenery is iceberg.

It’s my favorite kind of burger.

If you gave the “grill master” at SG a package of brioche buns, they probably would use them as brillo pads for the sink.

Sunset Grill will always remind me of being a fresh faced youngster, filled with LA dreams, outdated wardrobe and an overdrawn bank account. Those were the days.

7439 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 851-5557
sunsetgrillhollywood.com

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Sunset Grill Cheeseburger

Sunset Grill Cheeseburger

Egg Sandwich with cheese and bacon

Egg Sandwich with cheese and bacon

MONTE ALBAN

  • March 21, 2014 4:38 am

Coloradito Mole Rojo

Coloradito Mole Rojo

Oaxacan Food = Mole

Bun Boy = Mole

I freaking love Mole. It’s one of life’s greatest culinary joys.

I could literally drink the stuff as an apertif. I bet it would make a fantastic moisturizer or car lubricant.

The problem here is, I ordered wrong. I will not blame Monte here, it’s all me.

Why on earth did I order the dry ass Oaxacan pizza and not something containing the aformentioned nector of the gods??

My bad, I mean mi mala.

Whatever you do, do NOT order the pizza!

Instead of traditional pizza crust, out comes an enormous COMMUNION WAFER baked tortilla and after one bite, your mouth will be begging for…

MOLE!

Which is why I promptly ordered a side of the stuff and dumped it all over.

Ahhh….that’s better.

The pizza comes spread with a thin layer of refried beans that are also so dry, I can only assume the tortilla has sucked it dry of any moisture.

But the whole thing sure looks perty!

My friend’s chicken mole negro was delicious. Order that. Or anything with mole.

Are you listening to me??

Good, we’re done here.

UPDATE:

Ok, I’ve just come back for my second visit. This time I ordered the Chicken Mole Tamale (incredible) and the Cecina Tostada. Cecina is chili marinated, flattened pork (a bit like softer jerky).

I brought my same friend (the Bread Guy) and this time he ordered the red mole.

As I said before as long as you order something in the mole familia and not that damned pizza, you’ll be fine.

The End (for real this time)
11929 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 444-7736
montealbanrestaurante.com

Don't let the dingy storefront fool you, there's good eats inside!

Don’t let the dingy storefront fool you, there’s good eats inside!

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A buffet is available at lunch.

A buffet is available at lunch.

Welcome to the museum of the world's most uncomfortable chairs.

Welcome to the museum of the world’s most uncomfortable chairs.

Cecina Tostada

Cecina Tostada

Tamal de Mole

Tamal de Mole

Molote - Deep fried Tortilla stuffed with Chorizo and Potatoes

Molote – Deep fried Tortilla stuffed with Chorizo and Potatoes

Mole Negro (with Chicken)

Mole Negro (with Chicken)

Clayuda - Mexican Pizza

Clayuda – Mexican Pizza

A side of Black Mole sauce.

A side of Black Mole sauce.

THE RAINBOW ROOM

  • March 19, 2014 5:04 am

Meatball and Mushroom Pizza

Meatball and Mushroom Pizza

The Rainbow Room (some call in “the bow”) is a place to drink. Maybe eat something later.

It’s where the rock stars used to party hard and now many of those same folks, albeit mostly the not-so-famous ones (that drummer that quit the band before they hit it big or the roadie that thinks he’s an unofficial member) now wobble their geriatric butts (still wrapped like a mummy in leather pants and the few strands of hair they have left are kept painfully long) in to relive their glory days.

This may still be a place to easily score drugs but I was more interested in scoring some of their famous pizza.

Everyone knows that pizza is the best thing to soak up booze, so it’s very wise of the Rainbow Room to keep it on the menu. It’s actually really good. In a Shakey’s kind of way.

The Meth Tasting Sampler is sadly missing but you only have to ask.

Taco Belly regaled me with tales of her hanging out with the rock stars in the 80’s and all the wild times.

Now, here we were waiting to chow down on pizza only MINUTES after just finishing up our sushi dinner in Koreatown.

Oh, the times they have a changed!

There is a cheesy $10 cover charge but you get two drink tickets in exchange. I’m definitely getting too old for this crap.

No signature cocktails here, so you actually have to think about what flat soda or juice from concentrate you wish to mix with your bottom shelf booze. It’s taxing on the brain!

The place is a divey dump soaked with debaucherous history. Or is that just the carpet soaked with decades old beer? The place is a bit of a maze to explore, whilst dazed and confused. Definitely take a walk around and if you pass by anyone sniffing profusely, just keep walking. They obviously have a cold.

The RR is certainly a must visit for a local or tourist alike. It’s literally a blast from the past, one of the few that hasn’t been remodeled into a corny, sad version of its former self.

It’s only a matter of time. Probably around the time all those old rock stars start checking out potential assisted living homes.

PLEASE NOTE:

Please forgive me for the poor photo quality. It was late at night and the place and I may have been on cocktail #7.

9015 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 278-4232
rainbowbarandgrill.com

It's a plastic chair and beer banner kind of joint. No need to dress in your Sunday's best.

It’s a plastic chair and beer banner kind of joint. No need to dress in your Sunday’s best.

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My friend taking me on a behind the scenes tour

My friend taking me on a behind the scenes tour

MAUDE

  • March 17, 2014 5:46 am

Snake River Farm's Beef

Snake River Farm’s Beef

Los Angeles has been getting some incredible restaurants lately. I’m proud of you, LA. You still need a bath, however.

Maude is in line with Alma and Trois Mec with their Tasting Menu only approach. I like this approach. It’s fun.

It’s also gonna cost you. Tonight’s dinner with wine pairings cost us $170 per person.

Good news, it was totally worth it. Bad news, the cost prohibitive nature makes it more of a special occasion restaurant instead of my neighborhood haunt.

The food itself is actually only $75 a person (before tax and tip). But the wine pairings are so expertly done, you really need to go that route or you’re kind of an idiot.

Ok, enough money talk. How dare you draw me into such tacky conversation! As the saying goes, “If you have to ask how much, it’s too much”.

What Maude gives you is the sense of dining at the Chef’s table. I’ve never done this because I’m a cheap ass but if you come here, you get the same situation for a fraction of the cost.

There I go talking about money again! Damn you.

Maude’s 25 seat dining experience (each month focusing on a different, seasonal ingredient) reminded me of a less pretentious version of the French Laundry. 9 courses spread out over 3+ hours with additional amuse-bouches and miniature candies and takeaway goodies at the end. You even get to take home your menu.

And as a bonus, you’ll even get to walk away with your bank account still intact.

Ok, I’ll stop it now…

Unlike the French Laundry, I thoroughly enjoyed every course at Maude, not a single mediocre item in the bunch. And unlike Alma, the culinary experiments and creative combinations never failed to impress. I never thought they were being weird for weird’s sake.

I was excited to see each course come out but I was also bummed when I noticed it was coming to an end.

THE HIGHLIGHTS:

Carrot Soup – loved the crispy Serrano ham that when crunched up into the velvety soup provided a nice smoky crouton aspect.

Chicken Terrine with Dijon gelato – this sounded odd at first but totally worked. So good!

Snake River Farm’s Beef – featuring two versions of beef, one steak, one beef cheek, both were mouth explosions and I want more right now!

Duck Duck Goose – This duck ravioli with duck egg and goose fat really impressed and was a nice sized portion.

THE LOWLIGHTS:

The snobby ladies seated next to us who were making snide comments about what kind of camera lens I was using. Thanks for stuffing your fat faces so expeditiously as to give us an hour in peace from your disdainful stares.

Unlike both The French Laundry and Alma, I was NOT still hungry after this meal. That’s a feat in itself.

Bravo to Maude for actually filling me up with inventive, delicious food and not being snooty when you served it to me. Sure, I may have not understood half of what you said when you were describing the dishes but you sounded so eloquent regardless!

212 S Beverly Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 859-3418
mauderestaurant.com

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Curtis Stone explaining a dish.

Curtis Stone explaining a dish.

Photo Courtesy of Kevin Eats

Photo Courtesy of Kevin Eats

Lime Sorbet

Lime Sorbet

Artichoke Gougere

Artichoke Gougere

Oyster and Caviar

Oyster and Caviar

Onion Bhaji

Onion Bhaji

Crispy Mussel and Salted Persimmon

Crispy Mussel and Salted Persimmon

Garden Salad - Pearl onion, buttermilk, nastrutirum

Garden Salad – Pearl onion, buttermilk, nastrutirum

Carrot Soup - Smoke parsnip, orange, Serrano ham

Carrot Soup – Smoke parsnip, orange, Serrano ham

Lobster - Crimson turnip, radish, brioche

Lobster – Crimson turnip, radish, brioche

Terrine - Chicken, pain purdu, dijon gelato

Terrine – Chicken, pain purdu, dijon gelato

"Duck, Duck, Goose" - Duck egg, smoked goose fat, swiss chard

“Duck, Duck, Goose” – Duck egg, smoked goose fat, swiss chard

Snake River Farm's Beef - Beef cheek, broccoli, rosti

Snake River Farm’s Beef – Beef cheek, broccoli, rosti

Orange blossom madeleines with salted caramel sauce

Orange blossom madeleines with salted caramel sauce

Lemon Curd - Dulcey Cremeux, Yuzu Sorbet, Hempseed

Lemon Curd – Dulcey Cremeux, Yuzu Sorbet, Hempseed

Mignardises

Mignardises

Lemon Butter and mini loaf of brioche

Lemon Butter and mini loaf of brioche

JOLLIBEE

  • March 14, 2014 5:30 am

Halo-Halo

Halo-Halo

Hmmm…how to describe Jollibee?….

Good if you’re drunk? That should be an actual restaurant category, no?

Jollibee is the McDonalds of the Philippines. Except with more…unique menu items.

They’re known for a few things: Chickenjoy (fried chicken), Jollibee Spaghetti (in a sweeter tomato sauce with shredded cheese and cut up hot dogs) and their Spam Bites (like spam sliders).

I also tried the Aloha Burger, which is an odd but somewhat tasty Hawaiian style pineapple burger. The patty was a bit squishy and weirdly textured but the flavors were nice.

The Spam Bite was too salty, did not care for it.

The Spicy Chickenjoy was excellent, nicely spicy with a great crust. The gravy was not excellent. It was unpleasant. Tasted like bad breath.

The Jollibee Spaghetti was actually terrific. I would have liked more hot dog chunks (when has anyone utter those words, ever??), but I got over it. Nice portion, great flavors, perfectly cooked noodles, shockingly.

The Halo-Halo was nicely executed, but it was my first time eating it, so what the hell do I know?

Halo-Halo is an infamous Filipino dessert that shows what happens when you let a 4 year old create his own dessert. It’s an odd combo of ice cream, shaved ice, jello chunks, red beans and gummy worm type things. It becomes a disgusting mess if you don’t eat it quickly. Be forewarned.

The must get dessert is the Peach Mango pie. Similar to Micky D’s hot as hell apple pie, this version was much more rewarding.

I’m not gonna lie. One of these dishes gave me some bathroom issues. Not sure which one. Actually, I’m not entirely sure it was even this meal. But I like to think it was.

FYI, I came here two times for this blog post. Once at night, after a very expensive dinner because we were still hungry after the miniscule portions and disappointing food. The second, during the day, where I photographed and ate in my dirty car. In case you spot some difference in quality with some of the photos.

3821 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90041
(323) 906-8617
jollibeeusa.com

Jollibee Spaghetti

Jollibee Spaghetti

Aloha Burger

Aloha Burger

Spicy Chicken Joy (it's actually really spicy!)

Spicy Chicken Joy (it’s actually really spicy!)

Corned Beef Little Bite

Corned Beef Little Bite

Spam Little Bite

Spam Little Bite

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Peach Mango Pie

Peach Mango Pie

Drive-thru closes at 11 p.m., we made it in the nick of time!

Drive-thru closes at 11 p.m., we made it in the nick of time!

EVELEIGH

  • March 12, 2014 5:17 am

"Bubble and Squeak" corned brisket, fingerling potato & greens hash, fried egg

“Bubble and Squeak” corned brisket, fingerling potato & greens hash, fried egg

Eveleigh is located on Sunset Blvd.

Usually, that’s where I stop.

There’s just something about going up to Sunset that says “hassle”. Parking is usually a nightmare, the crowds are a douchey combo of tourist and douchey tourist, and it’s not exactly a street known for cuisine. Hookers, yes. Cuisine, not so much.

Where I think Sunset excels at is the world of Brunch and Lunch. Plenty of nameless, faceless cafes, perfect for watching the plastic surgery walk by.

We showed up at Eveleigh at 10 am (right when they opened) on a Saturday. Not a damn fool there.

Music to my ears!

The place is enormous and spread out and the seats are comfy. These are all pluses, for me.

There are two things that this place seems known for and I ordered them both.

The Avocado Toast with espelette pepper and boiled egg gribiche.

What theh eff is an espelette or gribiche? No clue. But they’re really tasty!

The gribiche is like a decontstructed egg salad. With capers and little bits of onion. Perfect to spread on the toast.

The Baked Eggs were very tasty but a tad on the small side. Order the avocado toast too cuz you’re hungry and probably eat too much. That’s what your friends all say.

The Bubble and Squeak was more hearty, plenty of flavorful brisket alongisde two fried eggs and some tasty potato and green hash.

Service was friendly and efficient, food was good and I loved the setting (good bloody mary’s too). Definitely worth the trek up to Sunset (or down to Sunset if you’re a celeb) and then get out before the douchey tourists wake up from their Whiskey/Roxy/Rainbow Room hangover.

8752 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(424) 239-1630
theeveleigh.com

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary

Baked Eggs, Kentucky Ham, Maitake Mushrooms, Drake Family Farm Chevre

Baked Eggs, Kentucky Ham, Maitake Mushrooms, Drake Family Farm Chevre

Avocado Toast, espelette pepper, boiled egg gribiche

Avocado Toast, espelette pepper, boiled egg gribiche

"Bubble and Squeak" corned brisket, fingerling potato & greens hash, fried egg

“Bubble and Squeak” corned brisket, fingerling potato & greens hash, fried egg

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LITTLE DOOR

  • March 10, 2014 4:45 am

Couscous “Royale” with Lamb Stew, Lamb Chops, Chicken & Merguez Sausage - Harissa and Onion Confit

Couscous “Royale” with Lamb Stew, Lamb Chops, Chicken & Merguez Sausage –
Harissa and Onion Confit

Here’s the thing about Little Door: only come here for a special occasion.

Dining at any other time would be missing the point.

Little Door is far too pretty to be sullied with after work drinks or a Tuesday night dinner with the parents.

Don’t even bother. Your parents probably have really bad eyesight anyway and the gorgeous outdoor courtyard would be wasted on them.

They probably wouldn’t want to see the outrageous menu prices, either. Everything is about $10 overpriced but your paying for the ambiance and that damned beeootiful courtyard.

About the food…

Like I said, the food isn’t worth the price but it’s a special occasion so splurge a little, cheapskate!

The two times I’ve been here, I’ve ordered the Cous Cous Royale, which comes in a impressive tagine filled with a wondrous concoction of lamb, chicken and Merguez sausage (and cous cous and veggies).

It’s ginormous, very tasty and could easily feed 3 people.

Add the Brussels Sprouts, Kale and Roasted Quinoa Salad and the very tasty Duck Liver and Port Wine Mousse on truffle brioche toast and you’ve got enought to satisfy an army.

Only if the army were celebrating something special, like winning a war or whatever.

8164 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 951-1210
thelittledoor.com

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Table Bread

Table Bread

Duck Liver & Port Wine Mousse - Poached Kumquats and Black Truffle Brioche Toast

Duck Liver & Port Wine Mousse – Poached Kumquats and Black Truffle Brioche Toast

Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Quinoa & Baby Kale Salad - Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette and Toasted Pine Nuts

Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Quinoa & Baby Kale Salad – Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette and Toasted Pine Nuts

Couscous “Royale” with Lamb Stew, Lamb Chops, Chicken & Merguez Sausage - Harissa and Onion Confit

Couscous “Royale” with Lamb Stew, Lamb Chops, Chicken & Merguez Sausage – Harissa and Onion Confit

Chocolate Pot de Creme

Chocolate Pot de Creme