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Tart Restaurant, Los Angeles

115 S. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA
Tart Restaurant Review
 
4 Star Rating
9 April 2015Tart Restaurant
Tags: Los Angeles, USA, Casual reviewsThe Bill: £68 per head
 

Tart can be found opposite The Grove in LA. We sat outside in the courtyard garden, it was a warm evening as you'd expect in LA, and as the night progressed the heaters came on and we were able to star gaze and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. The staff were friendly, the cocktails were delicious, and the food was food was faultless.

We started the evening with a couple of cocktails. I had an 'Old Whistler', a drink with an interesting blend of Whistle Pig Rye, Orange Bitters, and Vermont Maple. It certainly had an interesting taste, and one I wouldn't mind trying again. My partner had a 'Moscow Mule', which was a blend of Ketel One Vodka, Ginger Beer and Lime. The combination of ginger beer and lime worked very well.

To begin I ordered a Vegetable Crudite with Roasted Garlic Hummus, Chili Oil, Pickled Vegetables, Radish and Toasted Bread. Having fresh vegetables to dip with the chili and hummus made for an enjoyable starter, can't fault the presentation or preparation. The dish was paired off perfectly with a glass of Chardonnay, Force of Nature. My partner had the Pork Belly, which came served with Black Eye Peas and Mustard Greens. The pork was superb, and paired well with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc Sarapo, a wine that marries up with pork perfectly.

“We were well looked after and recommend Tart if you’re in the area.”

After such enjoyable starters, we were excited to see our main dishes being brought out, and they didn't disappoint. I had a gorgeous piece of Pan Roasted Salmon, with Butternut Squash, Brown Butter Pecans and Cranberries. The dish was paired with a glass of Pinot Noir Bridlewood, a smooth wine that worked perfectly. My partner had Fish and Chips, with Mashed Peas, Tartar Sauce and Malt Vinegar Powder. It was interesting to see how fish and chips in LA compares to the classic dish we have had so many times across the UK. I have to say, we couldn't fault the dish. A glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, Force of Nature completed the dish nicely.

We enjoyed our evening at Tart. We were well looked after and have no problem recommending this restaurant if you’re in the area.

 
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