What You Should Know:
José Andrés unleashes his experimental, comfort cuisine at the Beverly Hills location of his famed restaurant empire. Across the menu, dishes are prepared in an avant-garde style, yet hold onto the deliciousness aspect that places of this nature seem to forget.
What I Liked:
BBQ eel is paired with shiso and wasabi in a “Japanese taco.”
Thin, Wagyu beef covers an unbelievably airy, cheddar filled baguette in a dish that surpasses any cheesesteak in Philly.
A pear sorbet adds a refreshing feel to a thick and silky chocolate mousse.
Is It Worth It:
The prices sound cheap, although you might have to stock up on the small portioned plates for a complete meal.