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7360 Beverly Blvd. (Fuller Ave.) Send to Phone
An elegant neighborhood restaurant by noted chef Neal Fraser, Grace combines urban bistro energy with creative cuisine.
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Dining room at THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Grace, Los Angeles, CA


: Grace represents neighborhood dining at its most elegant, and it remains one of Beverly Boulevard’s most beloved spots. The bistro-chic décor (an odd urban mix of earthy colors, Japanese design and ’70s retro shapes) sets the pace for a warm experience. Chef-partner Neal Fraser, an Iron Chef victor who formerly ran the kitchens at Boxer and Jimmy's, has collaborated with three other restaurant veterans on this project. Whether you love or dislike the look, the atmosphere becomes irrelevant once you've tasted Fraser's cuisine. Great with seafood, from his intense lobster stock to delicate, seared scallops, and a moist skate, this chef's seafood dishes are sure bets. Other highlights include foie gras, an innovative sashimi appetizer, and a trio of soups followed by wild boar tenderloin in violet mustard sauce. Fraser’s tasting menus run $55 to $85, and offer a fine way to experience the chef’s cuisine. The wine list represents excellent value (for restaurant heavies, there's a separate cellar list of more rare finds). For desserts, expect sophisticated renditions of old favorites, like gourmet donuts and sticky toffee pudding. Each element of the menu is commendable on its own, but when experienced together, they embody the restaurant's well-chosen identity, simply Grace.

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