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The Bazaar by José Andrés

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Opens at 17:30 Sat 17:30-23:00
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465 S. La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, USA, 90048
Los Angeles, California, USA
This restaurant provides you with nice food and a place to rest after a long walk around Zimmer Children's Museum. The Spanish cuisine attracts customers searching for positive impressions. Delectable philly cheese steaks are what a lot of tourists try here. Order amazing cakes, they are quite nice. What about ordering awesome craft cocktails at The Bazaar by José Andrés? The staff at this place is friendly and always ready to answer questions about the menu. The service is always impeccable, take it into account. This spot isn't a must-visit just for its tasty meal, but also for the perfect decor. The atmosphere of this place is cool. The popularity of this restaurant was rated 3 stars by Frommer's specialists, you see, it deserves a visit.
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So was celebrating the birthday weekend in LA and wanted to try a special spot to celebrate the moment with an equally special restaurant. I had been eyeing this joint for a few weeks and was glad to make this the dinner spot of the night. Parking is sparse around the area so we had to default to the valet parking which is obviously pricy but to be expected at an SLS property and a Jose Andres joint. We arrived a bit early so we checked out the bar next door and started to with a few cocktails to get the night kicked off. When our reservation was finally up, I walked over and checked in. The décor of the joint is fancy with unique décor and has a dark but "cool" vibe going on. The restaurant itself is pretty massive in size and they have multiple tables set out for folks as well as a full stock bar. We were seated pretty promptly and our waiter over within minutes of sitting down. We went through the menu and decided to order the caviar cones, Uni, Caprese, the jamon, boneless chicken wings, oxtail buns, beef cheeks, Jamon with poached eggs, and the Philly cheesestaeak. With the accompanying meal, we decided to ordered a few cocktails. They are fun and innovative with showmanship baked into the process for certain cocktails. The food came out in timely fashion but remember that this is a spot for more memorable occasions so they certainly do "pacing" so if you are looking for a quick in and out meal, this is probably not your spot. The caviar cones are "bite sized" but delicious. Loved the presentation of it and the taste hits your right on the taste buds. I was a bit unsure about the uni given it was not really a sushi restaurant but the presentation was adorable (yeah I said it) and it tasted of good quality with limited fishiness to it. The Caprese was unique and probably a real surprise for me. Loved how they pulled the gastronomy down together as it was innovative so will definitely get this again. The Jamon is just a solid staple without a doubt as no one can go wrong with this. The boneless chicken wings were delicious and perfect bite sized pieces of deliciousness. The oxtail buns were solid although of course it came a bit below a standard Asian fusion joint but still packed with flavor. The poached eggs dish was perfect for those looking for that runny mix of yolk and delicious the jamon in it. It was a nice hearty dish adding some change in texture/complexity. Finally the philly cheesteak was delicious. I could see it being a bit "too cheesy" for some folks but for me it was solid and I loved this little dish. Its pretty amazing how they get all of these small dishes to pack such immense amount of flavors. This place was a solid spot and I am excited at the opportunity to venture over here again. This place was just absolutely delicious and worth a special occasion.
Parking was pretty expensive, but this is LA so I wasn't expecting otherwise. My favorite part about this place is definitely the small portions, which allowed me to try a little bit if just about everything. It wasn't crowded when I was there; it was a Saturday night... 5:30 ish. I loved the foie gras cotton candy, it was an interesting combination for sure, and you'd never find it elsewhere. The dessert area was nice. While I'm not really a desserts person, I really enjoyed the experience. Also we had fun talking to the waitress, they were really nice. Overall, I'd say this place has a good chance to be on Michelin guide if they ever come bak to LA again...
This is a good restaurant. The service is good. The food is alright.This place has the comforts of home. It makes you feel comfortable.
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Address
465 S. La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, USA, Los Angeles, California, USA, 90048
Opening hours
Monday 18:00-22:00
Tuesday 18:00-22:00
Wednesday 18:00-22:00
Thursday 18:00-23:00
Friday 18:00-23:00
Saturday 17:30-23:00
Sunday 18:00-22:00