The penny dropped a long time ago that restaurants in the haute cuisine category populate every nook and cranny of LA, and Hinoki and the Bird is no exception. They probably deserve five stars were it not for the fact the bar in LA is set so high.
Modern Japanese. Highly creative concoctions. I decided to go for several starters - Hamachi (fish) in a herbal marinade and a pork loins dish with plum sauce - both delicious.
I find the American custom of constantly re-charging your glass with whatever soft drink you're having, disconcerting but you might decide that's great value.
This stylish restaurant attracts a fashionable crowd. It sits in the shadow of Fox Studios, which is a stone's throw.
Great decor and atmosphere and again, typical of LA, charming and informed staff serving.
There's a large patio area. We sat outside in the patio area, an experience only spoilt by a pesky fly buzzing our plates. But otherwise another wonderful, creative LA restaurant.
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