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^ off-topic pleb query: why do menus for some French restaurants (i.e., Pré Catelan's) feature outlandishly priced à la carte options in addition to the merely very expensive prix fixe menus? Is there some rule that restaurants must have à la carte options and so they just list them begrudgingly?
Had actuslly never been to Jitlada before. What a bizarre experience. I knew it was a dive, but what a dump inside--not just worn down but pretty close to straight-up gross. And then you look at the menu and see lots of $25-$50 dishes and think, "WTF?" The first dish I tried (mussels in broth with green sauce) was so good it had me almost convinced that the dumpiness didn't matter and that I should return to order some $40 fish or something. Then everything else was kind...
I normally avoid restaurant weeks because they're kind of miserable. Is dineLA any different or should I uphold my policy?
^ because now that virtually everyone sports a camera, it's a ridiculously tacky attempt to sell you something you absolutely do not need
The Hawaiian butterfish (raw preparation) was surprisingly awesome. I'm pretty sure that "Hawaiian butterfish" is a euphemism for escolar, so it might give you the shits. YMMV. I followed a don't-ask-don't-tell policy.
Went to Lukshon for dinner tonight (second time there, although it's been several years). Love the place--not everything is uniformly great, but overall, it's the kind of food that I want to eat all the time.
at long last, I can afford god's cuisine:
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