Stories about Angler

L.A.’s 10 Best New Restaurants of 2019

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • December 17, 2019

From an over-the-top seafood temple to a great noodle joint, here are the city’s best new restaurants for every taste and occasion. Enjoying Angler requires a few mental leaps. You have to overlook the fact it’s in the Beverly Center. And that it

some exquisite seafood. »Inside tip: If using GPS, map to Angler, not the larger Beverly Center. Valet parking in front of the restaurant is free. Whatever you do, do not enter the mall. Angler, 8500 Beverly Blvd., Ste. 117, Beverly Grove | $$$$ You

Angler    Atrium    Bar Restaurant    Birdie G's    Bon Temps    Dear John's    Nightshade    Pasjoli    Yang's Kitchen    Yours Truly   

Welcome these newcomers to 2019's 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 11, 2019

makes an excellent lunch. — B.A. 5359 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 571-4999, Fried chicken with collards and other side dishes. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Angler (51) Angler rates as one of the most bravura seafood

-4082, Caviar with banana pancake is assembled tableside at Angler. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Apey Kade (99) Lalith Rodrigo and his wife, chef Niza Hashim, are natives of Colombo, the port-city capital of Sri Lanka. Hashim

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Angler, a luxury seafood restaurant in the Beverly Center, is worth the hunt

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 12, 2019

A server in a fitted jacket stands at our table at Angler, a 3-month-old luxury seafood restaurant in the Beverly Center, leaning over a small wooden cart. His object of focus is a palm-sized banana pancake — flavored with ripe banana but also other

. Caviar with banana pancake is assembled tableside at Angler, a new luxury seafood restaurant in the Beverly Center. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Welcome to the domain of chef and restaurateur Joshua Skenes, Los Angeles edition. Skenes built his

Best new burger and veggie burger in Los Angeles

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 22, 2023

camera angles. A specific hamburger episode was the impetus for the cheeseburger at Lingua Franca, the new restaurant in Elysian Valley, up against the bike path lining the L.A. River. Brown's recipe was a freshly ground meat patty with lots of black

The best restaurants in Palm Springs for your next road trip

Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • February 8, 2023

short alley between two buildings near the corner where Palm Canyon Drive veers at a 45-degree angle. Marcel Ramirez, a native of Palm Springs, opened his creperie as a takeout window in 2020 after starting the business as a pop-up in 2018. He took his

; and the shaded patio overlooks the hotel’s enormous, angled pool (a scene unto itself). Breakfast and lunch hit their marks: omelets and scrambles, a breakfast burrito that crunches with tater tots, familiar Caesars and wedge and chopped salads, and a

Why it paid off to delay a review of Kinn in Koreatown

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 21, 2023

widest, deepest angles of consideration, I hope. The more sharply focused lens that comes with multiple visits. The privilege of having these appraisals as my primary job, and the way they might inform the annual 101 Best Restaurants guide. The when of

What to eat for New Year's Eve and the best dishes for any celebration

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 26, 2022

province north of Shanghai. The fish, in this case, tilapia, is filleted so that each side remains attached to the tail. It’s scored, covering the entire surface in small, precise cuts, then battered and fried. The flesh puffs up and out at all angles and I

Hot chicken is everywhere. What about hot fish?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 13, 2023

me out. Esther Tseng, a food writer and Times contributor, once called Angler Los Angeles at the Beverly Center a "steakhouse for seafood." She was right. It's a place where seafood is celebrated as the main attraction, showing up in dishes

The best dumplings in Los Angeles

Jenn HarrisColumnist • Los Angeles Times • September 24, 2022

dough — protrudes at all angles. The version at Lotus Dim Sum Dumpling House in Santa Monica is excellent, with a crisp shell surrounding pale purple taro that’s starchy and sweet with a middle of minced pork and mushrooms. This dumpling restaurant from

How to win a seat at the best (and most booked-out) restaurant in Palm Springs

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 18, 2023

“Love, Cecil” that takes a deep dive into his visual style is worth watching. Beaton’s photo hangs over the bar of the restaurant named for him. He’s captured with his wide-brimmed hat cocked at a rakish angle. I cheers to it — to him — with the first