A modern American restaurant located in Beverly Hills. Go to the restaurant at night to light up candles and add spotlight effects, which is very emotional. The waiter is well dressed and has a good attitude. The food is good. Although it is not amazing, it does not have the sense of standardization and cheapness of general chain restaurant food. Lamb chops and desserts are well made. About 80 dollars per capita. Need to book in advance.
We had a really wonderful meal at Spago. The food, drinks and service were excellent. Whenever we are in the Beverly Hills area, we go to Spago for that ''special'' dinner. This is a pricey meal, but well worth it!
Two Michelin stars, the price is still painful but affordable. You must make an appointment on the official website in advance. The date does not seem to be very stressful. The appointment is casual after 1 week. The taste is still very recommended. After all, it is a famous store.
Two Michelin star restaurant. Make reservations on the official website in advance. We booked a seat at 12 noon, a family of four (children 1 and 4 years old). We were late for a while. There were not many people when we arrived. The restaurant was full when we ordered the dishes and served the appetizers. A-5 Japanese Wagyu, I ordered the most expensive Japanese Wagyu steak in the store (Picture 1. Picture 2). The original flavor is very delicious without any black pepper sauce. The taste is soft and tender, with fat and thin, very delicious. Black Bass, my husband ordered the black bass recommended by waiter (Picture 3. Picture 4). I was given all the CD-ROMs by my husband. He also said that this is the best fish he has ever eaten. (He likes sweet taste and sauce It just happens to be a bit sweet) Cheese Pizza, I ordered cheese pizza for the kids. The pizza is average, not much different from the pizza in the better restaurant outside. The two appetizers, Sashimi salad and Agnolotti, conquered us as soon as they were on the table, especially the Italian meat dumplings are very delicious, wrapped in butter, I have never tasted it in other western restaurants (uninformed), I must try. The juice is no different from domestic ones, it's quite fresh and delicious. It is said that there are often Hollywood stars in restaurants, I don’t know a few anyway, and I didn’t see it that day, hahaha
It is worthy of being a two-Michelin star restaurant. The appetizer ordered half a dozen oysters, which was fresh and delicious. The main course was half-cooked lamb chops, without any worry about lamb smelt, the taste was very tender and immediately felt very warm. Compared to the main course, what is even more amazing is the dessert, the soufflé of passionate juice, the freshly baked aroma, sweet and sour, and the various ups and downs of taste buds, good! In addition, the service is also a remarkable first-class level, caring and thoughtful, meticulous and attentive. Finally, this restaurant in Billy Foshan is still the favorite of all stars. The part about the chef can be done.
I came here just to eat wagyu. I specially ordered American wagyu and Japanese wagyu. American wagyu is very rich in juice, but it will be easier to get tired. Japanese wagyu meat is much better than American wagyu. The American wagyu may not be Michelin. The chef himself made it, and the Japanese River should have been made by the Michelin chef himself! Highly recommend Japanese Wagyu