The cuisine at il Grano follows the seasons, in large part because the chef builds many of his plates around what comes out of his own garden. Thus each visit finds a new menu and a new burst of culinary creativity. Vegetables are not a garnish, but a critical component of the balance of each plate. Seafood always very fresh and excellently prepared. Most recent visit we loved a goat osso buco and a rabbit Milanese- both excellent. Wine list is extensive with excellent choices at every price point. One of the truly outstanding restaurants in Los Angeles.
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