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My wife and I went here for our anniversary. Their service is quite personal, and the servers are professional and friendly. The dishes were creative, interesting, and in sizable portions, as well as delicious! They provided us with one of our best experiences! Will surely come back again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
The ambiance of the restaurant was too cute, but for the price of the food I was not satisfied. Our dinner was over 100 dollars for two, and I didn’t leave saying wow that was yummy. For being a date for a special occasion I was a bit disappointed in my food. The hostess was exceptional and the servers were nice but took a very long time. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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An adventure in eating! Incredible caviar and salmon selection. The staff will walk you through your options and make your meal an adventure. The food is incredible, the service is amazing. Ambiance is sophisticated yet comfortable and easy. I love this place. Fun! Fun! Fun! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We are Great Maple, a Modern American Eatery. We pride ourselves on our “made-from-scratch”
recipes, where seasonal ingredients, unique presentation and cooking with intent transform long-loved classics into newly-loved favorites.
We view the great maple tree as our emblematic commitment to quality, responsible products, creativity and the culinary will to make things great! Come enjoy our heartfelt enthusiasm and laid-back dining experience, where good times create good will.More
Our chefs start with the best USDA Prime steaks, season them lightly and broil them at 1600 degrees for a mouthwatering result. Pair your meal with a selection from the extensive wine list. Our menu changes seasonally to reflect seasonal flavors and combinations that you are sure to enjoy! Our features showcase some of our favorite original recipes that are sure to catch your attention. We are anticipating your arrival and look forward to making your dining experience a memorable one!More
We are a sushi+ramen bar that specializes in traditional Japanese recipes made by experienced Japanese chefs. We offer many different types of fish that are delivered to us straight from Japan. We have a daily happy hour special on beer and sake that can't be beat. We also offer 3 hour free parking with validation. We are located in the heart of Korea town, conveniently located on the corner of Wilshire and Western.More
Shan Social House serves high-end Asian fusion in a luxurious atmosphere hidden away in Beverly Hills. The decor elements have been brought in from Japan, and the whole restaurant is an exact replica of the building in Japan where the movie Kill Bill by director Quentin Tarantino was filmed. The exterior has koi ponds and a serene garden entry along with an interior courtyard.
Shan Social House starters include house salad, seaweed salad and miso soup. The entrees at Shan Social House range from fresh and well-prepared sushi, sukiyaki and shabu shabu with filet mignon, rib eye and A5 wagyu beef. Seafood choices include shrimp tempura, honey shrimp and lobster chili. Diners can also enjoy eating outside in the wrap-around balcony. The lovely setting of Shan Social House and top-notch service make it feel like a very special occasion when eating there.
Discover Los Angeles
Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.