Location: 465 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048. 310.246.5555
Date: October 31, 2011
Cuisine: Modern Spanish
My brother and I were in midtown and decided to check out Trésfor lunch. I’d already hit it for weekend brunch a couple months ago, and figuring as I’ve recently hit everything else Jose Andres (é by José Andrés and Jaleo in Vegas and a recent Saam meal), stopped in.
The room was dead at 11:45am, but the food wasn’t.
“Octopus tacos. Hydroponic bib lettuce, maggie’s farm baby greens, smoked heirloom cherry tomatoes.” Very nice octopus treatment. Succulent grilled meat and a zesty limey vinaigrette on the whole thing.
“Hawaiian bigeye tuna ceviche. Coconut ginger soy, plantain chips.” Not your typical cerviche as the lime flavors weren’t that blast you Peruvian type. But that meant you could taste the fish, and it was good. The plantain chips were tasty too.
I’m nuts over Jose’s Gazpacho. I’ve even made it from his recipe a number of times at home.
And with the soup itself. Yum yum!
“Herb roasted ham and cheese. Tomme de savoie cheese, carmelized onions, herbs.” This was like a Spanish Croque Monsieur. I love this kind of grilled ham and cheese.
Some good fries too with a spicy ketchup.
“The SLS Burger. House made brioche bun, lettuce, tomatoes, onions with cheddar.”
“Lemon tart. Raspberry sorbet.” Not your typical version, but really good. Bright bright flavors and some pate de fruits thrown in there too.
“Hazelnut pear clafoutis. Coffee ice cream.” Like a bread pudding. The ice cream was really good too.
And this crazy zesty lemonade, which served nicely as an aperitif.
Overall, this was a very tasty lunch. It was a little expensive — as you’d expect from a hotel restaurant — but it was very good, which I’ve come to expect from the SLS offerings.
A review of Trés for brunch can be found here.
Click here to see more LA dining, or reviews of The Bazaar and Saam (also at the SLS).
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