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$$$$ Average price: $61
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465 S La Cienega Blvd, 90048-4001
Los Angeles, California, USA
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Savor Spanish cuisine that will combine many elements of culinary traditions. Try mouthwatering philly steaks, foie gras and guacamole. Do not go away without eating good lemon pie, gâteau and chocolate chip cookies. It's nice to order delicious Spanish wine, white sangria or gin. According to the reviewers' opinions, waiters offer great espresso, hot chocolate or white tea.

An intimate atmosphere and beautiful interior make this restaurant so good. The well-trained crew welcomes people all year round. Service at The Bazaar by José Andrés is something one can name terrific. You will pay attractive prices for dishes. Frommer's 3 stars show that this place is highly appreciated by experts.

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My fav place, great food, great decor, great atmosphere. Great staff. I'll bring parents here.
Went in to celebrate receiving my second degree. We made it for the Dine in La menu which I don't recommend getting. The plates are too small and not the best in taste. So we ended up ordering of the regular menu as well. They have a sangria for $64 bucks and it's a DEAL!!!!! you get about 10+ cups of it. I was amazed. They have this drink called the crazy something and the way it comes it's super fun. (See video) The service was ok, aside from one of the guys there name Sebastian. WOW he was so attentive. Cleaning up right away, great smile, attitude. I had to tell the manager, Tara. Which she was amazing too. Super sweet lady. Make sure you visit the desert side. It's super cute !
Love this place. You'll discover food in a way you haven't seen it before, guaranteed. Some places pair unusual foods for the shock value and the hell of it but Bazaar can back it up. The first thing you'll notice is the ambiance. It's definitely refined but has a touch of Alice in Wonderland whimsy. Chairs of all shapes and sizes are found in the dining room as well as a variety of decanters. You're absolutely right if you're guessing they have a thing for modern food and molecular gastronomy. My sister and I split a lot of dishes. Some of the show stoppers: The caprese salad consisted of cheese and tomatoes, that weren't really cheese and tomatoes at all. The flavors were wrapped up inside an outer shell and sat in a bed of spicy pesto, tempered by sweet dots of balsamic glaze. Tuna ceviche. Uber fresh tuna wrapped up in creamy avocado accompanied with micro greens, a sweet and piquant dressing and fried onion garnish for a crunch. Scallops w/ romesco. Perfectly seared scallops atop a bed of robust romesco. Very assertive, just how I like it. Romesco is flavor forward with the nuttiness at the forefront. Philly cheesesteak. Rich cheddar comes oozing out of this lil sandwich with your first bite. The wagyu on top balances adds an extra rich layer of flavor. The bread is warm and the cheese is gooey and the meat is slightly crisp. These textures and flavors came together harmoniously. One of my favs. Although most dishes blew me away, the foie gras lollipop was just for show. It's a fun concept that was not backed up. I wouldn't have even known there was foie gras in this bite, this was definitely a pairing that didn't work in my book. All in all, I can't wait to come back and try more dishes from the mind of Jose Andres!
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465 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, California, USA, 90048-4001
Outdoor seating Vegetarian options Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi No delivery No takeaway Parking Booking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 18:00-21:30
MondayMon 18:00-21:30
TuesdayTue 18:00-21:30
WednesdayWed 18:00-21:30
ThursdayThu 18:00-21:30
FridayFri 18:00-22:30
SaturdaySat 17:30-22:30

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