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Bedford & Burns, Los Angeles

369 North Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, USA
Bedford & Burns Review
 
4 Star Rating
15 July 2014Bedford and BurnsTags: Los Angeles, USA, Casual reviewsThe Bill: £64 per head
 

Bedford and Burns, located in Beverly Hills, is a restaurant that serves typical American fare. Bedford and Burns is also well known for its very good cocktail selection, and we were very excited to try it out.

When we arrived, we were greeted by a friendly waiter. Guests are asked upon arrival if they would prefer to dine in the restaurant, or out on the terrace. Unfortunately, when we visited, the terrace was in fact full; and so we dined inside. However, the restaurant space held a great atmosphere, and we were very comfortable there.

We began our evening with a couple of pre-dinner cocktails. First up, we opted to try the Apple Cinnamon Mule - which was a blend of apple and cinnamon infused vodka topped up with ginger beer - and a Spiced Pear Martini - which saw pear vodka blended with elderflower and Prosecco.

For our second round of cocktails, we opted for the Aviation - which was a fruity and aromatic blend of sage gin, cherry liqueur, crème de violette and lemon - as well as a Chilli Espresso Martini - a spicy take on the classic cocktail.

“Our starters were both beautiful, with excellent flavour combinations”

The cocktails went down very nicely indeed - it is clear that the bar staff at Bedford and Burns know what they’re doing with a shaker - and we were excited for our starters to arrive. To begin, we opted for the Crostini Burrata, served with prosciutto, sage and evo; and well as the shrimp ceviche, served with Serrano and avocado.

Our starters were both beautiful, with excellent flavour combinations, and the freshest of ingredients.

For our main courses, we chose the Prime NY Strip, served with carrots, broccoli, mashed potato and three peppercorn sauce; as well as the papparadelle bolognaise. Again, our dishes were simply faultless.

To accompany our meal, we chose a bottle of the Pinot Noir, Belle Glos, Meiomi, California Coast 2011, which was an excellent addition.

We were thoroughly impressed by Bedford and Burns - both the food and the service were impeccable. We would certainly return, and would recommend it to anyone as a great spot for a beautiful meal.

 
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