Forage

★★★★★
  • 3823 Sunset Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90026

    Map & Directions
  • 323-663-6885

About Forage

Hours
Monday Closed Tue-Sat 1130am-3pm Lunch 530pm-930pm Dinner Sunday 1130am-3pm Brunch 3pm-5pm Harvest Call

Food

Food
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I've been consistently impressed with the food served here. They make one of the best rotisserie chickens in town, and vegetable dishes often leave me scratching my head wondering how they accomplished such creative flavor combinations.

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★★★★★

I've been consistently impressed with the food served here. They make one of the best rotisserie chickens in town, and vegetable dishes often leave me scratching my head wondering how they accomplished such creative flavor combinations.

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otstanding at every level. This is the true farm to table. But even gets better every day, week, and month. a must try! i have been more than 10 times

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★★★★★

otstanding at every level. This is the true farm to table. But even gets better every day, week, and month. a must try! i have been more than 10 times

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Sunset Junction has been waiting for Forage LA-- a place where food is actually delicious, the counter service is mostly snappy and ladies-who-lunch (yes, there is such a thing in Silver Lake) can have perfect quiche and a light soup or salad. I heard it referred to as "a Boston Market for hipsters," and the description, though somewhat of a putdown, is accurate. There's a choice of mains (like the oh-so-light quiche $6.50) and several sides; sandwich selection is limited but the open face chicken salad had chunks of chicken, raisins, celery and topped a slice of crispy Bread Bar bread. The brioche are so appealing you'll want to try both the savory (with cheese) or the cinnamon-topped. On Sunday afternoon, bring in extra produce from your garden; if the chef-owners like it, they may add it to the menu and name it after you. I had a locally grown blood orange agua fresca ($3.00)

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★★★★☆

Sunset Junction has been waiting for Forage LA-- a place where food is actually delicious, the counter service is mostly snappy and ladies-who-lunch (yes, there is such a thing in Silver Lake) can have perfect quiche and a light soup or salad. I heard it referred to as "a Boston Market for hipsters," and the description, though somewhat of a putdown, is accurate. There's a choice of mains (like the oh-so-light quiche $6.50) and several sides; sandwich selection is limited but the open face chicken salad had chunks of chicken, raisins, celery and topped a slice of crispy Bread Bar bread. The brioche are so appealing you'll want to try both the savory (with cheese) or the cinnamon-topped. On Sunday afternoon, bring in extra produce from your garden; if the chef-owners like it, they may add it to the menu and name it after you. I had a locally grown blood orange agua fresca ($3.00)

Pros: Local ingredients, interesting menu prepared well

Cons: Limited choices

Editorial from

Jason Kim, a former sous chef at Lucques, brings both haute cuisine and high-concept to a neighborhood that has a lot of the latter, but not enough of the former. The cooking here is fresh and vibrant, affordable and constantly changing…

 

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