Birch Reviews; Los Angeles, USA
Luxury Travel Guide

class="last"class="last">FATHER'S DAY

class="last"class="last">EASTER

class="last"class="last">CHRISTMAS

class="last"class="last">VALENTINE'S

class="last"class="last">AWARDS
 
Home  >  Restaurant Reviews  >  Los Angeles  >  Birch
 

Birch, Los Angeles

1634 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
Birch Review
 
4 Star Rating
3 October 2015Birch
Tags: Los Angeles, USA, Modern European reviewsThe Bill: £53 per head
 

Located in Hollywood, Birch is a small intimate restaurant offering an interesting menu with some English flair. The menu has been designed by Head Chef Brendan Collins, who is native to Nottingham, England. Each dish we sampled was wonderfully presented and the flavours were super. We recommend booking ahead, as every table was taken on the night we visited.

We started with a couple of cocktails. Their menu had a number of tempting sounding cocktails all simply listed by number. I ordered a #2, which was mixed with Yellow Pepper, Tequila, Chartreuse, Smoked Salt, and Chilli Bitters. A delicious cocktail with a little heat on the palate. My partner ordered a #4, which comprise of Gingerbread, Ruby Port, Benedictine, Fluffy Orange and Nutmeg. An interesting blend, which we would happily try again.

To begin we shared the Charcuterie, which includes a mixture of Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Mousse, Duck Rillette, Smoked Duck Breast, 24 Month Ages San Daniele Proscuittio, Milanese, Caprese and Gin Sausages. We were informed that the sausages change depending on what the Chef likes on the market, so expect some seasonal changes. We enjoyed the sharing experience, and the flavours of this dish were superb.

“We had an enjoyable evening of dining.”

For our main courses we ordered the Monkfish Tikka Masala with Basmati Rice Cracker. The Monkfish was superbly presented and had the taste to match. We also ordered the Prime Beef Striploin, with Potato Fondant, Smoked Onion, Weiser Crosnes. The Beef was incredibly tender and delicious, we only have good words to say about this dish.

To finish our evening we ordered Eton Mess, with Cream, Strawberries and Meringue. Eton mess is one of my all time personal favourites, and this more than lived up to expectations. We also ordered the Sticky Toffee Pudding, with Vanilla Ice Cream and Caramel. Another superb example of a classic dessert, with a little added flair and presentation to set this apart. Our chosen wine for the evening was Pinot Noir, Dorn, Theulot-juillot, Burgandy, France, 2013. We had an enjoyable evening of dining, and would love to return again in the future.

 
Photos courtesy of Birch
4 others are viewing this restaurant right now
 

Social Share

Linkedin RSS
 
Los Angeles Hotels   Los Angeles Restaurants
 
 
Service: 8reviews of BirchLocation: 8Birch reviewsValue: 9BirchStyle: 7Birch reviewQuality: 8
 
 
Recent Reviews
 
Instagram
 
Seven Sins
Seven Sins
We put the spotlight on the industry's most recognisable faces in our new interview segment "Seven Sins". If you want to know what inspires the industry's movers and shakers or what your favourite food loving celebrity likes to indulge in then you'll find it in their Seven Sins.
 
Atul Kochhar
Chef Patron, Benares Restaurant...
Atul Kochhar Seven Sins
Chef Patron of the highly acclaimed Benares restaurant in London, Atul...
Atul Kochhar
 
Fred Sirieix
GM of Galvin at Windows
Fred Sirieix Seven Sins
Fred is an acclaimed International Consultant in the customer services...
Fred Sirieix
 
Rupert Shreeve
Design Director, Bennett Winch
Rupert Shreeve Seven Sins
Rupert Shreeve is a multidisciplinary designer who has held positions in...
Rupert Shreeve
 
Tommy Heaney
Tommy Heaney Seven Sins
Tommy Heaney is Head Chef and owner of Heaneys Cardiff, his eponymous restaurant...
Tommy Heaney
 
Belstaff UK
 
Popular Searches
Hampshire Luxury Budapest Afternoon tea
Milan Steakhouse London Sushi
Stratford-upon-Avon Boutique Sydney French
Marseille Luxury Perthshire Self Catering
 
Instagram
 
© The Critics Guide 2019 HomeHome AboutAbout Privacy & Cookie PolicyprivacyBlogblogTermsblogSocial Media TermstermsSitemapsitemapContact