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Overal Rating: 9

Hakkasan

Address: 233 North Beverly Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90210 (Map) - Tel:(310) 888-8661

Hakkasan

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants New Restaurants Recommended Restaurant Hakkasan, the world renowned, international destination for fine Chinese cuisine has now established a location in the heart of Beverly Hills. Featuring 10,000 square feet of prime Los Angeles real estate, the newest addition to the Hakkasan brand of restaurants offers a vast main dining room with accommodations for up to 132 guests as well as The Lotus, an elegant private dining room with available seating for up to 18 guests. Latticed woodwork, known as the “Cage” generates a feeling of intimacy throughout the main dining room, and the full bar provides a secluded area for casual dining and sampling of creative libations on a first come first served basis. Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon leads the team in the kitchen, producing delicious dim sum and wok fired dishes that encompass the full spectrum of ingredients from vegetable and tofu creations to fresh fish, seafood, poultry, pork, beef, lamb and even venison. Plus, in consideration of Beverly Hills locals, the new location will feature many new signature items including several lighter fare selections. Diners will find a vast selection of hand-made cocktails and an impressive wine list showcasing a broad range of varietals from around the world to ensure that there will always be a drink to complement your meal. In addition, Hakkasan creates an elegant, relaxing ambiance, from the cool shades of blue, a trademark of the restaurant, to the ambient sounds, scents and lighting that transport diners to a distant place with no ties to the outside world. Ultimately, Hakkasan in Beverly Hills provides the perfect accommodations for any sort of gathering. Whether you are in search of a romantic experience for two, a casual encounter with friends, or a private event for business or celebration, the expert team of hospitality professionals and the unique, relaxing environment of Hakkasan will cater to the needs of all who step through the doors.

Overal Rating: 8

Cicada

Address: 617 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014 (Map) - Tel:(213) 488-9488

Cicada

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Top 10 Best Restaurants Recommended Restaurant Click for Special Offer Adelmo Zarif’s restaurant has occupied a dazzling Art Deco space in downtown’s historic core since moving from West Hollywood in May 1997. Cicada fills the bottom two stories of the Oviatt Building, featuring towering mahogany pillars, plenty of gold, and pristine white tablecloths. Cicada is a fine-dining establishment that’s especially popular for birthdays, weddings and the occasional marriage proposal. Tokyo native Suzay Cha prepares northern Italian cuisine with Asian accents. The menu changes twice a year, but typically includes Ahi Tuna Tartar with Avocado, Piquillo Peppers and Wasabi Caviar and Pappardelle with Filet Mignon Bolognese Sauce.

Overal Rating: 9

Providence

Address: 5955 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038 (Map) - Tel:(323) 460-4170

Providence

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Inspired by coastal living, Providence in Mid Wilshire offers diners an assortment of the world’s finest wild seafood and shellfish presented in a pure and simple form. Chefs Michael Cimarusti and Donato Poto have developed a menu of exceptional quality influenced by the treasures of the ocean. In addition to noteworthy cuisine and excellent service, an excellent selection of wine graces Providence's walls, showcased in an elegant glass cellar in the restaurant. Diners can order a la carte, a tasting menu, as well as the chef menu. For those looking to sample the tasting and chef menus, be aware that these multiple course meals take time, so plan accordingly. For some of the finest cuisine Los Angeles has to offer, book a reservation at Providence.

Overal Rating: 8

Matsuhisa

Address: 129 North La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (Map) - Tel:310-659-9639

Matsuhisa

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Matsuhisa located in Beverly Hills is a popular sushi restaurant among locals and celebrities. This sushi restaurant is owned by Executive Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, who owns several other successful restaurants around the world. The menu offers more than 100 dishes, but most people order the omakase tasting menu, featuring the chef's choice of sushi. The chef creates unusual and interesting dishes by combining Japanese food with South American spices and salsas. Be sure to make a reservation a week in advance because Matsuhisa has a small dining room. Their signature dishes to try are the toro with caviar and the uni shooter with bonito broth.

Overal Rating: 6

Craft

Address: 10100 Constellation Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90067 (Map) - Tel:(310) 279-4180

Craft

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants The newest incarnation of Tom Colicchio’s New York institution, Craft Los Angeles offers a welcome oasis of East Coast gourmanderie. Best known as a recurring judge on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” Colicchio and his culinary team elevate the hearty simplicity of American cuisine to the heights of sophisticated artistry. The expansive, family-style menu can be as overwhelming as it is pleasing, with bounteous rewards for those who dive in wholeheartedly. The perfect finale to the meal is one of Pastry Chef Catherine Schimenti’s sweet and savory concoctions. The vast dining room with its golden accents and minimalist décor presents a clean and inviting backdrop for Craft’s culinary delicacies.

Overal Rating: 7

WP24

Address: 900 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015 (Map) - Tel:(213) 743-8800

WP24

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants On the 24th floor of the Ritz Carlton in Downtown Los Angeles is WP24 by Wolfgang Puck. The location offers patrons breath-taking panoramic views of downtown, just a stone’s throw from LA Live and the Staples center. The lounge at WP24 is a fine place to grab a bite to eat and a quick drink before a game, concert, or show. This Chinese-Fusion Bistro offers diners two Prix Fixe choices, a three-course and four-course meal, should they choose to dine in the main restaurant. Popular entrees include the Peking Duck, “Angry” Two-Pound Live Maine Lobster, and Whole Sea Bass Baked in a Fragrant Salt Crust. Portions are generous, and the cuisine is of the execution and quality that has made Wolfgang Puck world famous. For a great night out on the town, with a spectacular view to match, WP24 delivers.

Overal Rating: 6

Mr. Chow

Address: 344 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (Map) - Tel:(310) 278-9911

Mr. Chow

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Its sleek, artsy aesthetic, chic clientele, and inventive twists on traditional Chinese cuisine have distinguished Mr. Chow as a Beverly Hills hot spot. Avid art collector, restaurateur, and self-proclaimed Renaissance man, Michael Chow has a sixth sense for detecting the direction of cultural zeitgeists, producing numerous restaurants that instantly become magnets for all who are harbingers of cool. Mr. Chow’s Beverly Hills location is no exception, attracting celebrities, artists, and their adoring public. With its stylish black and white décor, original Andy Warhols, and mouthwateringly decadent dishes, even the most proletariat of diners can treat themselves to a night of Hollywood glamour and posh pampering at Mr. Chow.

Overal Rating: 7

Chaya Brasserie

Address: 8741 Alden Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (Map) - Tel:310.859.8833

Chaya Brasserie

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Editor's Pick Located just off fashionable Robertson Boulevard in Beverly Hills, Chaya Brasserie has remained an enduring success for nearly thirty years, catering to an endless stream of discriminating diners and celebrities, as well as a loyal following that continues to return nightly. The lure is the distinctive East meets West cooking by Executive Chef Shigefumi Tachibe, who first introduced Los Angeles to Franco-Japonaise cooking at the legendary La Petit Chaya in the early 1980s. At Chaya Brasserie, Chef Tachibe blends exotic ingredients and time honored traditions from his native Japan to create an inspired menu. The use of local and sustainable ingredients, fresh from the weekly farmers market, ensures a menu based on seasonal and locally available produce. For a dining experience not soon to be forgotten, Chaya Brasserie in Beverly Hills provides patrons an unforgettable fusion of tradition and progression.

Overal Rating: 8

The Grill on the Alley

Address: 9560 Dayton Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (Map) - Tel:(310) 276-0615

The Grill on the Alley

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants The Grill on the Alley in the heart of Beverly Hills serves classic American food in a warm and unpretentious atmosphere. The Grill, created and modeled after great grills in San Francisco and New York, has earned an international reputation for its quality and consistency. There are mirrored walls and chandeliers hang from the ceiling. As for the food, The Grill presents simple comfort food in generous portions. A dish to try is the Braised Short Ribs that fall off the bone because they are so tender. The Grill is a great power lunch spot as well as a place to conduct business. For no nonsense classic American Grill cuisine, The Grill on the Alley is the place.

Overal Rating: 6

Opaque

Address: 2020 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90403 (Map) - Tel:310-546-7619

Opaque

Make Reservation Top 10 Best Restaurants Opaque in Santa Monica offers diners a one of a kind culinary experience. One that is proposed to enhance the senses of taste, smell, touch, and hearing by abandoning one that we often take for granted, Opaque is “Dining in the Dark”. The straightforward menu offers diners the entrée choice of Filet Mignon, Roasted Herb Chicken Breast, Seared Atlantic Salmon, or Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Rigatoni. Dessert is either a Mango Panna Cotta or Warm Chocolate Lava Cake. Blind servers aid guests with tips on how to approach dining free of sight, and a portion of the bill goes towards blindness research. For a one of a kind dining experience not soon forgotten, visit Opaque.

 

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