Three Forks Chop House

★★★★★

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This is definitely a high end restaurant but if you can swing it it's definitely worth a try. The restaurant specializes in game meat, such as elk, bison, etc. The dish I had was so tender it just melted in my mouth. They have a superb wine list to offer too.

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This is definitely a high end restaurant but if you can swing it it's definitely worth a try. The restaurant specializes in game meat, such as elk, bison, etc. The dish I had was so tender it just melted in my mouth. They have a superb wine list to offer too.

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This place was amazing! After reading the write up in "Westway" magazine, my "foodie friends" and I headed out to give this place a try. We were not disappointed. My son cooks at Craft, (3 Forks menu intrigued me, and is in line with the type of food served at Craft) and I know good food! After sampling a great deal on the menu, our favorites were the agreed the duck sausage was outstanding, and the wild boar was wonderful. We were also delighted to taste the Ahi appetizer brought out "on the house", but not currently offered on the menu. (BOO) The service was warm, friendly and impeccable, we were also visited by the Maitre D to ensure we were happy with our meal and service. We went there expecting "sticker shock" but were surprised when we got the bill and it was lower than expected. By the way, they pour a great vodka tonic! I am in fact headed out again to sample the Sunday brunch a week later. I plan on impressing my brother, coming in from SFO who thinks we live in a cultural wasteland, maybe So Cal may move up a notch on the ol' totem pole! Please give this place a try, and support them, we need more great places to dine south of LA!!

Amazing culinary adventure! After the write up in "Westway" my "foodie friends" headed out to try 3 Forks. We weren??t disappointed. Our favorites were the duck sausage and the wild boar. We were also delighted to taste the Ahi brought out for sampling, but not currently on the menu. Boo. The service was impeccable. BTW way, they pour a great vodka tonic! I am going again to try Sunday brunch. I plan on impressing my brother, from SFO who thinks we live in a cultural wasteland. SoCal may move up a notch!

Karen Aaland

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★★★★★

This place was amazing! After reading the write up in "Westway" magazine, my "foodie friends" and I headed out to give this place a try. We were not disappointed. My son cooks at Craft, (3 Forks menu intrigued me, and is in line with the type of food served at Craft) and I know good food! After sampling a great deal on the menu, our favorites were the agreed the duck sausage was outstanding, and the wild boar was wonderful. We were also delighted to taste the Ahi appetizer brought out "on the house", but not currently offered on the menu. (BOO) The service was warm, friendly and impeccable, we were also visited by the Maitre D to ensure we were happy with our meal and service. We went there expecting "sticker shock" but were surprised when we got the bill and it was lower than expected. By the way, they pour a great vodka tonic! I am in fact headed out again to sample the Sunday brunch a week later. I plan on impressing my brother, coming in from SFO who thinks we live in a cultural wasteland, maybe So Cal may move up a notch on the ol' totem pole! Please give this place a try, and support them, we need more great places to dine south of LA!!

Amazing culinary adventure! After the write up in "Westway" my "foodie friends" headed out to try 3 Forks. We weren??t disappointed. Our favorites were the duck sausage and the wild boar. We were also delighted to taste the Ahi brought out for sampling, but not currently on the menu. Boo. The service was impeccable. BTW way, they pour a great vodka tonic! I am going again to try Sunday brunch. I plan on impressing my brother, from SFO who thinks we live in a cultural wasteland. SoCal may move up a notch!

Karen Aaland

Move Management Group

karen@managemove

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I am astonished that you continue to post blogs against Three Forks all over the Internet....I have eaten there several times; my friends; my clients and we have not had the experience you have. The chef, who I have met, is very nice and eager to put the food out the way you want it. I believe that you had a lousy server with a chip on her/his shoulder. You continue to post remarks that the chef is arrogant and he won't do things your way....it is his food...his restaurant and that is what a chef does....if you like to build your own food go to Subway! I think the arrogant one here is you....the food is fantastic....the buffalo and elk marvelous.....and it is priced because he serves aged prime meats and game...not low quality typical restaurant garbage...not to mention on Sundays he is always at the Farmer's Market in Claremont....why don't you go and meet him....I think you will be pleasantly surprised

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★★★★★

I am astonished that you continue to post blogs against Three Forks all over the Internet....I have eaten there several times; my friends; my clients and we have not had the experience you have. The chef, who I have met, is very nice and eager to put the food out the way you want it. I believe that you had a lousy server with a chip on her/his shoulder. You continue to post remarks that the chef is arrogant and he won't do things your way....it is his food...his restaurant and that is what a chef does....if you like to build your own food go to Subway! I think the arrogant one here is you....the food is fantastic....the buffalo and elk marvelous.....and it is priced because he serves aged prime meats and game...not low quality typical restaurant garbage...not to mention on Sundays he is always at the Farmer's Market in Claremont....why don't you go and meet him....I think you will be pleasantly surprised

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This place aspires to be a top-of-the-line steakhouse, like Cut or Nick & Stef's And it's priced to match.

Some of the food is very, very good. The "smothered buffalo," once I got done snickering at the name, was a revelation. The trout was also outstanding. The tomatoes in my tomato salad were beautiful, but they came dressed in something called "olive oil sorbet" -- it didn't taste much like olive oil, and it wasn't a sorbet; it was kind of like butter and kind of like almost melted string cheese. My salmon was pretty good, but nothing special, and the succotash that came with it was too salty.

Both the waitress and the sommelier were terrific, but there were rough edges elsewhere -- the hostess kept us standing around because she couldn't find our reservation, and our bread was never refilled. When I asked them to hold the pancetta that came with the lettuce wedge salad, they said no; I could take it off myself after I got it, but the chef insists on doing everything HIS way. And even though my cheese plate cost $24 (for four cheeses), it didn't come with any bread! I had to ask.

The total damage was $333 for four (including tax and tip). There were many, many things I liked about the place, but nothing that would justify those prices.

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★★★☆☆

This place aspires to be a top-of-the-line steakhouse, like Cut or Nick & Stef's And it's priced to match.

Some of the food is very, very good. The "smothered buffalo," once I got done snickering at the name, was a revelation. The trout was also outstanding. The tomatoes in my tomato salad were beautiful, but they came dressed in something called "olive oil sorbet" -- it didn't taste much like olive oil, and it wasn't a sorbet; it was kind of like butter and kind of like almost melted string cheese. My salmon was pretty good, but nothing special, and the succotash that came with it was too salty.

Both the waitress and the sommelier were terrific, but there were rough edges elsewhere -- the hostess kept us standing around because she couldn't find our reservation, and our bread was never refilled. When I asked them to hold the pancetta that came with the lettuce wedge salad, they said no; I could take it off myself after I got it, but the chef insists on doing everything HIS way. And even though my cheese plate cost $24 (for four cheeses), it didn't come with any bread! I had to ask.

The total damage was $333 for four (including tax and tip). There were many, many things I liked about the place, but nothing that would justify those prices.

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