The Low Down
Where to Sit: The full menu isn't served at the bar (which accommodates walk-ins), but impressive limited offerings feature wagyu-wrapped shishito peppers with quail egg and truffled Hokkaido scallop mousse. There's also a sushi and sashimi menu.
The Extras: There are five private dining rooms seating eight to 16 people--the coolest ones are more intimate semi-private tables that can be screened off in the main dining areas.
What to Drink: The stylish cocktail bar features roomy marble tables, gold bar stools and global tunes. Its glassed-in cellar offers superior California and French wines with two dozen by the glass. No corkage allowed. House cocktails include the Acai lemonade and spiced pineapple mojito.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
After filming his "Hell's Kitchen" show for many years in the City of Angels, Gordon Ramsay, attracted by the glitter of Hollywood, opened this restaurant just off Sunset at The London West Hollywood, formerly the Bel Age hotel. Inâ¦
By Anne E at Insider Pages
A really high end restaurant and just loved the service. All the servers were so kind and the duck was amazing. Read More
By Yolanda H at Insider Pages
Wow one of the best restaurants I have ever been to. Perfect place to take a date, and loved the service. Read More
By Alli411 at Menuism
Dinner at Gordon Ramsay at the London felt like a true European dining experience. It reminded me of many... Read More
Tea was excellent. Dinner was good enough, but very definitely did not knock my socks off.
By mh2mh at Menuism
So I went back for tea. And I gotta say, that was the best tea I've had in a long time. There are lots of... Read More
I can see why this restaurant earned a...
By geg203 at Menuism
I can see why this restaurant earned a Michelin star. My meal was impressive. The sea trout was cooked... Read More