339 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Chameau offers exotic southern French and Moroccan cuisine while using the freshest ingredients. The menu is seasonal and changes every three months. This restaurant makes its own bread, handmade couscous from semolina, fresh yogurt, creams, and vinegars. Couscous is their specialty and is created in many variations. The atmosphere is very colorful with bright reds and blues that illuminate the restaurant. The décor is detailed with a Moroccan style. If guests would like to take a piece of this French-Moroccan cuisine home, marinated olives, harissa sauce, preserved lemon dip, eggplant dip, and argan oil are available for purchase.
7313 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Simplicity and authenticy are two words that describe this traditional Osteria. A tiny place, yet a busy room where guests rave about the great food and ambience. A special in olives, polenta and scallops are among the wonderful eats at this great place!
7605 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Terroni is a West Hollywood restaurant that serves authentic southern Italian cuisine, using fresh and traditional ingredients straight from Italy, priding itself on using the same cooking techniques used in Italy 100 years ago. This restaurant doesn’t take reservations, so it is key to arrive before the crowd. The combination of a rustic and modern decor creates a feeling of comfort for all. Terroni’s specialty is the pizza, which is thin, delightfully airy, and uncut with 30 different options to choose from. Some of these options include Terroni originals like Smendozzata and Li Pecuri. Give Terroni’s a try, your taste …
435 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
In the midst of L.A.'s preponderance of vegetarian-friendly and tofu-centric restaurants and a short way from trendy Melrose Avenue lies Animal: a fairly industrial-looking, minimalist locale with no sign. Arouse your inner carnivore with savory dishes such as the Foie Gras with Maple Sausage Gravy and a Biscuit, or for a slightly lighter fare, try the House Smoked Pork Belly with Lentil and Butterbean Salad. To finish off, prowl the dessert menu for the Bacon Chocolate Bars. Localvores and organic supporters can also take joy in their use of local and organically grown delicacies.
7615 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
Located near the famed farmers market in the bustling Fairfax district, Cobras and Matadors is "underground Spain meets urban Los Angeles." Here, one will discover a tapas-centric menu filled with traditional Spanish favorites and eclectic variations on the theme, as well as a fast-paced atmosphere that is simply intoxicating. It’s anything but stuffy, and is still delicious and surprising enough to please even the most cultured Los Angeles diner. Go for the inventive dishes. Go for the fabulous vibe. Go for a fantastic night out. Just go.
7166 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046
The aptly named All’Angelo, which translates as “To the Angels,” serves up a divine dining experience. The blonde wood beams and warm, creamy walls evoke the soft light of a Renaissance painting, creating an atmosphere that is both inviting and almost religiously tranquil. Chef Mirko Paderno takes traditional Italian cuisine to new heights of satisfaction, transporting taste buds to a similarly transcendent state. The vintage Berkel meat slicer that serves as a focal point in the restaurant shaves meat impossibly thin, creating a wonderfully ethereal yet intense flavor sensation. All’Angelo manages to combine all the sinful delight of a decadent …