Although strip-mall sushi is common and actually, often surprisingly good in LA , this spot is in its own league.
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Jessica Alba! The romantic backdrop is only one-upped by the Mediterranean menu with strong Israeli influences, thanks to executive chef Lior Hillel, who was raised in a kibbutz near Tel Aviv.
Warm, pudding-like tofu, which is made fresh at four different times throughout the evening, will change how you look at tofu forever. The secret lies mostly in her freshly made, all-butter crusts, which are just the right thickness -- substantial enough to hold in rich fruit fillings without turning soggy, but thin enough to boast an irresistibly flaky texture. Bone marrow is as rich and caramelized as ever, pig ears are still wonderfully crunchy and packed with flavor, and smooth-as-butter foie gras remains a perfect complement to biscuits and maple sausage gravy.
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The menu is straightforward and simple -- just tacos and two quesadilla options -- based on hearty, fresh-ground masa tortillas wrapped around flavorful braised meats, like chile verde-simmered chicharron or shredded pork cooked in a sweet, spicy achiote or a mild Mexican white cheese and chipotle sour cream. That said, this magnificent restaurant in the Beverly Center -- helmed by second-generation farmer Nathan Peitso -- truly takes the philosophy to heart.
Meanwhile, meat, poultry, and seafood are responsibly farmed. Despite all of this, the setting is far from rustic; Farmhouse boasts a sleek, sophisticated space with five distinct dining areas, a greenhouse-inspired room with floor-to-ceiling windows, and lush plant life everywhere you turn. Prepare for unexpected decadence: soft beef cheek meant to be shredded, smeared in miso, and tucked into lettuce; yellowtail collar swimming in brown butter ponzu; baked sweet potato split open and overflowing with yuzu-infused sour cream and crispy garlic bits; and spicy tuna nigaki their cross between sushi and nigiri topped with Pedrosian caviar.
At some point over the past few decades, it changed ownership to a family who invested in the place and fought hard to keep it alive -- rallying the community to help preserve its history as a post-World War II roadside stand.
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In the notoriously tough restaurant industry, their California-meets-French-meets-Mediterranean cuisine has experienced amazing long-term success -- and while the a la carte menu is full of delights like ricotta dumplings and sherry-braised pork belly, their weekly Sunday Supper is the all-star. EAT: Los Angeles celebrates the local, the passionate, the mom 'n' pop, the sustainable, the affordable and, most of all, the delicious.
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