Where in your city can you find beautiful plating? This is the first installment of our newest series featuring chefs and restaurants by city who are mastering #TheArtOfPlating. Get your cameras ready. First up – the City of Angels.
At his highly acclaimed restaurant Providence, Michael Cimarusti offers elegant seafood-focused cuisine and has earned multiple James Beard Award nominations and two highly coveted Michelin stars.
Though N/Naka serves Japanese cuisine, it is not as most would know it. Chef Niki Nakayama serves her own modern approach to kaiseki – a traditional Japanese multi-course dinner – and does so with the utmost perfection.
If you’re looking for classic French fine dining in Los Angeles, look no further than Melisse – one of the few traditional fine dining establishments remaining in the city. Chef Josiah Citrin offers a refined menu changing with the season’s harvest that is executed to perfection.
First of all, Wolvesmouth is not a restaurant – it’s a dinner party. And secondly, it’s one of the toughest dinner reservations to get in town. If you’re lucky enough to make the cut, you’ll experience a fully immersive multi-course tasting menu from chef Craig Thornton that is truly art on a plate.
The first solo restaurant of Curtis Stone, Maude restaurant in Beverly Hills pays homage to his grandmother – his first culinary mentor. It offers a set ten course tasting menu centered around one seasonal ingredient each month.
Who else masters #TheArtOfPlating in Los Angeles? Tell us in the comments below.