Today is: Sunday, February 25, 2018
Wilshire Restaurant Review
A thrilling discovery, stunning Wilshire restaurant you'd only dream of discovering
in Los Angeles. Hyper-Exciting food with flavor combinations shooting like fireworks,
delectably stimulating, a cacophony of sensations. Wilshire restaurant is the best
organic cuisine, served along with gorgeous organic meals that are unique, the type
of place that delights you to always return for more. It also has one the trendiest
bars in Los Angeles, and a very elegant ambiance, surrounded by trees, lights and
a cozy area for smokers, and the best view of the house.
What a great location for a restaurant. The night we dined at Wishire was on a Saturday
night, a very busy night, with great looking crowd and the bar scene was truly sensational!
The setting is interesting and laid-back and with a esteemed wine list and radiantly
warm service. Inside our dining room there is a wall that has a brilliant screen
that changes color, it is a great piece of multicolor art that adds charm to the
We got a good first impression. I’ll have to make up a new phrase "Flavor Compression",
you look at the food and its beautiful, but then you taste it and wow, its a symphony
of flavors that makes you dream of only eating organic food for the rest of our
Our waitress was helpful and extremely pleasant, attentive and happily gave us suggestions
about what to order.
The wine we had was a delicious 2001 Amarone Riserva from
Musella – Italy, and the
great 2003 Riesling Piesporter Treppchen
from Germany, a superb choice for our meal.
We started out with a great selection of appetizers and salads; Scarbourough Farm
Field Greens; Crispy Shallots, Aged Sherry Vinaigrette, Salad of Farmers Market
Beets, a very sweet salad, made with Roasted Hazelnuts, Honey Blosom Vinagrette,
a Yellow Nantes Carrot Soup, we all enjoyed this sweet and unique soup, also we
had the Rate Ahi Tuna, with Fennel, Citrus Juices and Fresh Wasabi, very tasty,
finally the Lobster on a Shingle, with Baby Carrots, Breakfast Radish, served on
a Toast. They were all very tasty with interesting flavors and appealing presentation.
For our main course, we were also told that the menu changes on a daily basis, we
choose the special for that evening which was the Wild King Salmon, with Green Garlic,
Morel Mushrooms on a Pinot Noir sauce, this one sounded too good to pass up, then
we tried the Alaskan Halibut on a Spring Vegetable Cassoulet and after finishing
these delicious dishes, I we had to try the Kobe Ribeye Steak and the Asparagus
Risotto. YUM! The Steak had a Local Chanterelle Mushrooms, Potato Puree on Herb
Jus, and the Risotto, was served with Raw Sparagus, Mushroom with Riggiano Parmesan
Cheese. Also we choose from the farm fresh the Farro with Wild Mushrooms, the Brussel
Sprouts & Applewod Smoked Bacon and the Grilled Aspargus, These were such treasures
dishes, spectacular taste brilliantly presented.
As far as desserts, we were very lucky that night our spectacular chef send us the
Red Wine Sauteed Strawberries served on a Brioche Bread Pudding and Tarragon Ice
Cream, we also tasted the Vanilla Crème Fraiche Panna Cotta with Blood Oranges and
Slow Poached Pineapple, and the delicious Vanilla Ice Cream.
I felt pretty good about eating at Wilshire, the food is healthy there, and you
do not feel guilty about enjoying everything you eat.
There's no question! Organic food is grown and stored without the use of artificial
pesticides and fertilisers, and in my opinion you should always applaud any restaurant
chef who strives for organic fare.
So for that, we say three cheers to the Wilshire restaurant. We had a fantastic
experience and look forward to our next excursion there. A Superb Spectacular Hit.
Chef Noa Rosen
For map and location click Here!
For more information please visit their website at www.wilshirerestaurant.com
Article By: Mary Adams
Photos By: Alex Bonvi
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