I am so excited to start talking about my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles, and I couldn’t start with other than The Bazaar by José Andrés.
For me, what really makes the difference at The Bazaar is the food. José Andrés combines old-world and molecular gastronomy cooking techniques serving different and interesting tapas. From the first look and bite to the last piece you eat you can feel all your senses working together and flavors coming out in different ways. Strange NO, Amazing YES! Every time that we go to the restaurant we have a different surprise (good surprise!) experimenting the food.
– “Philly cheesesteak” – TOP ONE.
– Not your everyday Caprése
– Grilled beef hanger steak piquillo pepper confit
And more: Braised Wagyu beef cheeks California citrusand Sautéed shrimp garlic, guindilla pepper.
The first time I went to the restaurant I didn’t have a good experience with the dessert. But last week we’ve been there again and I decided to give a second shot: maybe the best decision of the night. Take a look:
If you want to experience this unique dinning moment, my suggestion will be to go with 4 to 6 people. With more people, more experiences you can share. But be prepared: they serve small portions (tapas) and the price is $$$$$.