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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, altaadams.com 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, anglerrestaurants.com 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

Alta Adams 5359 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles    Angler    Apey Kade    The Arther J    Auburn    Birdie G's    Bon Temps    Burritos La Palma    Chaak Kitchen    Dear John's    La Diosa de los Moles    Hasiba    Hayato    Joy    Konbi    Northern Thai Food Club    Nightshade    Pizzana    Playa Amor    Spoon By H 7158 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles    Taste of Tehran    X'Tiosu Kitchen    Yours Truly   

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

'Vibration Cooking' is still prescient at 50

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 21, 2020

Georgia published the latest, still-available edition in 2011. I had an earlier version; it had a map of South Carolina on the cover and a smiling picture of Smart-Grosvenor in a yellow dress and orange hat, one shoulder angled slightly and stylishly

My first (and last, for now) restaurant meal post-shutdown

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 27, 2020

first sip of a gin martini from Mastro’s bar was chiropractic — the years I’ve spent in restaurants, examining food from every intellectual and emotional and tangible angle, snapped back into place. Shrimp cocktail at Mastro’s in Beverly Hills. (Bill

A New Beverly Grove Seafood Joint Takes Cooking with Fire to the Next Level

Garrett Snyder • Los Angeles Magazine • August 29, 2019

Angler in the Beverly Center—an offshoot of San Francisco’s critical darling—chef Joshua Skenes is taking flame cooking to new temps. A massive 32-foot-wide, wood-fired hearth-and-grill construction dominates the gleaming open kitchen. Flames occasionally

scallops to scraps like fish bones and fermented melon rinds. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Angler Restaurants (@anglerlosangeles) on Jun 2, 2018 at 8:04pm PDT The long brick-and-metal setup that Angler relies on was designed to be used in

Review: Modernist French cooking at Silver Lake's Bar Restaurant

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 20, 2020

of a wild garden constrained to a plate — and expresses his own individualism through it. Lamb tartare is covered in chewy-soft buckwheat groats, with a large, jagged cracker placed on top at a rakish angle. A tangle of frisee, showered with cured egg

. Sweets tie up some themes beautifully. Brie anglaise over pain perdu — a supremely ‘80s conceit — has a canny savory angle. French toast should be served as a dinner finale more often. Mont Blanc, built on a cloud of chestnut cream, is making more

5 Annoying Things About Dining Out in L.A.

Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • January 2, 2020

-order banana bread for breakfast. And while we absolutely love the caviar and banana pancakes at Angler, paying $4 for an extra flapjack after you’ve shelled out $88 for an ounce of fish eggs is a bit of a buzzkill. Valet Parking by Apps We get the

3 New Restaurants You Have to Try in August

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 6, 2019

-strawberry bolognese to a chopped salad with black truffle pecorino and ‘nduja. Blue Plate specials, like a Thursday night meatloaf and mash, add to the fun. 2421 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica. ‪Angler View this post on Instagram A post shared by Angler

John Birdsall discusses his biography of James Beard, "The Man Who Ate Too Much"

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 17, 2020

seaside: “Below him in the hollow was a low thicket where wild iris, Indian paintbrush and flowering currant grew, and native strawberries stretched in angled chains across a mix of dirt and sand.” As Beard’s decades and Birdsall’s prose progress, the