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11714 Barrington Ct. (S. Barrington Ave.) Send to Phone
310-472-0886 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Tucked-away eatery offering more ambitious cuisine than the typical neighborhood Italian haunt.
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Divino Restaurant Review

: Goran Milic charmed customers when he greeted them at Giorgio and Toscana. Now they flock to his intimate trattoria, which opened in 1996. Hidden in the back of the Barrington Court collection of boutiques and cafés, the eatery looks so tiny from the outside, we were surprised to discover a colorful space with high ceilings, columns, skylights and an open kitchen. A reasonably priced menu features some compelling starters, including crostino di prosciutto, toasted bread topped with prosciutto, melted mozzarella and fresh sage. Thin-crust pizzas made in the wood-burning oven are topnotch, especially the funghi, combining tomato sauce, mozzarella and mushrooms. We also recommend the fluffy gnocchi in tomato and basil sauce and tagliatelle with monkfish ragù. Another option is one of the finest versions of porcini risotto in the city, and the aptly named “pollo fantastico,” boneless roasted chicken seasoned with herbs and balsamic. Expect the same menu at lunch and dinner.

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