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Petrossian, Los Angeles

321 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048, USA
Petrossian Review
4 Star Rating
1 July 2014PetrossianTags: Los Angeles, USA, French reviewsThe Bill: £78 per head

We were eager to dine at Petrossian on Robertson Boulevard, West Hollywood. We had heard excellent things regarding its fine wine collection and caviar, and we couldn’t wait to see what all the hype was about for ourselves.

The restaurant boasts a chic exterior, and having walked past it on numerous occasions, we decided it was time to bite the bullet and check the place out.

When we arrived, we were greeted by friendly staff, who gave us the option of dining inside or out. We decided upon the latter, and were shown to our table to enjoy some pre-dinner cocktails.

We started with a Mint Cucumber Lemonade, which was beautiful. However, the real treat came when we ordered the restaurant’s $65 Beluga Gold Caviartini, which included Beluga Gold Line vodka and Dolin vemrmouth de Cambery, served with a royal transmontanus caviar-stuffed olive, a cockatil onion, and a caviar cube, all suspended on the cocktail glass by a cocktail stick. It looked impressive, and tasted wonderful. It was a great start to the evening.

“Petrossian comes highly recommended by us for its food, drink, and service.”

After spending some time perusing the extensive and accomplished wine list that Petrossian has to offer, we ordered a bottle of the 2010 Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon, from Napa Valley, California. It was just superb, and we thoroughly enjoyed a glass whilst making our dining choices.

To start, we opted for the cutting board of cured meats (a selection of prosciutto) and cheeses (brie, cheddar, and a blue cheese), served with mustard, quince jam, homemade pickled vegetables, and honeycomb. We also chose the smoked salmon flatbread with crème fraîche, chives, red onion, and capers. They were both wonderful; but the flatbread was particularly impressive.

For our main courses, we opted for the East Coast scallop risotto, served with poblano crème, polenta, squash blossom, summer squash, watercress, and lime; as well as the Mediterranean sea bass served with cauliflower spinach ravioli, tomato herb consommé, and caviar.

For dessert, it was a taste of chocolate – assorted Petrossian signature chocolates, an iced mocha latte, a piece of brownie, vanilla ice cream, and Petrossian chocolate pearls. It was the perfect end to a truly delicious meal.

Petrossian comes highly recommended by us for its food, drink, and service.

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