The must-order tarte tatin from Perle in Pasadena

On this week's episode of "What We're Into," we spotlight the tarte tatin from Perle restaurant in Pasadena. It's a must-order, regardless of whatever came before it.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 5, 2021
Even after the luxurious French onion soup, a charcuterie board that rivals the one at the late Church & State (the one that would forever change the way we measure charcuterie boards in Los Angeles), the moules with a mountain of frites and the...
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